Tips For Getting Electricity During Power Outages

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Do you have a medical condition that requires using medical equipment at home that is powered by electricity? If a power outage left you in a position in which you couldn’t use the medical equipment for a while, you might want to take the measures to prevent the situation from happening again. Obtaining electricity during blackouts is actually not a difficult thing to accomplish. You don’t have to rely on the local electric company to power up your house, as there are ways of doing it on your own.…

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Ways To Keep Commercial Tenant Energy Costs Low

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One of the continuous troubles of owning commercial property is the high costs of maintaining the building and paying for energy. Both electricity and heating and cooling energy can be reduced in a few simple ways. Use Occupant Sensors for Lights and Heating You want your building to be comfortable and accessible to tenants whenever they need it. But if they don’t need amenities such as lights and heating (such as when no one is there), you don’t want to have these fixtures on for no reason.…

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The Layman's Guide To Title 24 Acceptance Testing

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If you are not an electrician, or perhaps if you are studying to become one, you may not completely understand the way new installations are assessed by field technicians. An acceptance test ensures that a piece of construction or equipment is installed and operating the way it should be, specifically in nonresidential structures. Acceptance testing has not always been required, but recent standards have called for testing in certain situations.…

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