In the summertime, the heat goes up, the AC gets turned down, the kids hit the pool, and it's time to kick back and relax by the barbeque. Summertime in the Midwest is a glorious time. But it's also important to remember that this season brings along a host of changes for your home, business, or farm's electrical needs that you need to be on the lookout for.
We’ve all been there…we’ve had flickering lights around the house that we’ve ignored or run a little extension cord under the couch to power a new tabletop lamp.
We intend for these to be temporary fixes until we have the time or money to address a long-term solution, but did you know that some electrical inconveniences around the house should not be put off, but instead need the immediate attention of a local electrician?
At McAllister Electrical Services, we want you and your family to sleep soundly each night knowing that your home is running in optimal condition, so we compiled this list of 7 Household No-Nos that need the immediate attention of local electrical experts if you see them around your home.
Through the years, McAllister Electrical Services has worked with numerous business and commercial entities to provide them energy-efficient service that matters. From rewiring centuries-old buildings in rural towns, to planning and installing for new commercial construction projects, we’ve done it all.
In the last few years, some of our largest commercial jobs have been completed for the Menards home improvement store chain. We’ll take you inside and show you a little of what we’ve been up to with the Menards Corporation below.
At MES we provide service that matters to agricultural, residential, and commercial clients. One large-scale commercial project we recently completed was at a hometown bank in Dubuque, IA. McAllister Electrical Services was proud to help with the complete renovation of the downtown branch of Premier Bank, and we want to show you some of the progress photos.
Want some quick, easy action steps to help save some energy (and green) during the high-electrical consumption period of summer? Read more at the Spark blog at McAllister Electrical Services. Photo credit: savewithies.com