Maintain Your Standby Generator and Be Ready for Any Weather

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Having a backup power source is reassuring. You know that you will have power for your critical home systems and be able to protect your family from the effects of power outages. Keep your generator ready to go by keeping it maintained. Your owner’s manual will tell you what maintenance is recommended for your model…

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Congratulations to Skyler Todd for Completing Apprenticeship

Skyler Todd completes apprenticeship

Congratulations to Skyler Todd for the completion of the 4 year IEC apprenticeship program. Todd started out working in the Residential & Service Departments during the first two years here at B & D. Since then he has expanded his experiences in the construction of larger apartment complexes with underground parking with light commercial retail…

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Kody Herd – Employee of the Month

I just want to say that your hard work is really appreciated, that you are able to stay on top of schedule and starting up the system. It does not go unnoticed that you are coming up on over 30 straight days worked without a day off. Understood that you have had little to no…

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Check Your Home for Aluminum Wiring

Wire Inspection

Is aluminum wiring safe? In the 1970s, aluminum wiring was used as a cheaper alternative to copper wiring. Aluminum wiring is generally safe when properly installed. However, it has properties that are different than copper wiring. This can make it unsafe over time. Since it’s softer it can be more easily damaged while being installed….

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Electrical and Lighting Safety Tips for Fall and Winter

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As the days grow shorter and colder, we move indoors and use more electrical power for lighting and heating our homes. Make sure to keep your family safe by following these safety tips: Outdoor Tips Use power cords rated for outdoor use and check for frayed cords. Don’t overload circuits to prevent fires from overheated…

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