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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Chris Reese – Employee of the Month

Chris is currently overseeing the deck work at Robinson Landing, with his leadership and sometimes, in less than ideal conditions, he has consistently finished the work that needed to be done no matter the project assigned. He’s a good example of what an electrician should be to the apprentices that work under him. He also…

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Chester Billings “CJ” – August Employee of the Month

CJ is a great asset to your company. He is very personable and above all dependable. Both times I have worked projects with him I have done so remotely. He has gone the extra step to contact and coordinate with other contractors and our maintenance person. I really appreciate his extra effort. Thanks, Matt Hranicka

The Solution to Summer Storm Power Outages

Summer brings mild, warm weather and longer days. But, with that, there is also a greater chance of wind and thunderstorms. If you live in a wooded area that’s prone to power outages, you should plan ahead for the next outage or power surge. Power surges can damage expensive electronics and appliances. Outages can mean…

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Marvin Salmeron – Employee of the Month

Marvin, who recently started with Bausum & Duckett Electric L.L.C., has already shown us his fantastic work ethic’s. Marvin is an exceptional employee who always puts B&D’s interest first. He is the first on the job and the last to leave. He gets his instructions and performs the job with very little supervision. He goes…

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