Recessed lighting is an attractive way to illuminate a room without harsh lamps or traditional light fixtures. Because they are installed flush against the ceiling’s surface, they may even give the room a larger feel, regardless of how small it is. The cost of recessed lighting is the biggest reason homeowners’ avoid it, but once you take a look at the benefits, you may consider it a worthwhile investment.
During these unique times JLC Electrical Contractors understands that COVID-19 is impacting everyone. Our thoughts are with anyone who has been affected by the virus, especially those who are sick. We are doing everything in our control to operate business as usual. In doing so JLC Electrical Contractors is able to do our part in supporting our local economy by continuing to support our employees and vendors.
JLC Electrical Contractors are following recommended workplace strategies outlined by health authorities. However, we understand some of our customers may not be comfortable with having anyone in there homes at this time. If you have a service scheduled with us in March that you would like to postpone please give us a call to discuss your options. Other customers have used this time at home to schedule projects with us and for that we thank you and assure you that you will continue to receive the same exceptional service as always.
Generators can come in extremely handy, but they do need regular maintenance in order to stay working optimally. Whether they are providing emergency power for the home, producing electricity for businesses in remote locations or even regulating life-support equipment, good generator maintenance is essential.
Power outages can cause sudden shut downs which many times translates to significant loss of business. Whether you are running a bar or restaurant, retail store, manufacturing plant or warehouse having a backup source for power supply is critical for operations and to maintain customer satisfaction in the event of a power outage.
GFCI Protection Is Important In Commercial & Residential Kitchens
Ground fault circuit interrupter, commonly known as GFCI, protected receptacles are critical to ensure safe operations in kitchens, bathrooms or any other place inside or outside your home or business where there is moisture. Electrical appliances that are not properly maintained, damaged electrical cords, wet floors are just a few things that can cause harm without GFCI protection. The National Electrical Code (NEC) requires that all receptacles (including 15- and 20A, 125V receptacles) be GFCI-protected, irrespective of whether they are located in countertop areas. More sensitive than circuit breakers, they act faster to protect you, your staff or patrons from electric shock which causes burns, heart arrhythmia or nervous system damage, even death.