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Is the Electrician Invited to Dinner?

post img Are the candles mood lighting or do you need an electrician? This time of year offers many opportunities to gather friends and family. Be sure your electrical systems are up to the demand whether it’s a quiet evening at home or you’re expecting a gaggle of relatives for the afternoon. After all, you want to use candles for ambiance, not from necessity! At Apollo Home, we’re eager to help.

Ask an Electrician to Inspect Your Electrical Panel

If your home was manufactured as recently as the 1990s, you may have an electrical panel from the Federal Pacific Electric Company. One of the most common panel manufacturers between the 1950s and the 1990s, these panels are at great risk of breaker malfunction and fire. If you have one, or an older relative’s home has one, it ought to be replaced. You or other homeowners may be unaware of the risk because the company went out of business. Authorities determined the company committed testing fraud and knowingly labeled breakers as meeting UL standards when they were defective. You may also be in the market for an upgraded panel if you plan a renovation or have upgraded your needs. If you maintain a home office or have installed a pool with a heater or exterior lighting, you may need to upgrade. Not sure? Call for an inspection. If you’re a member of the Apollo Care Plan, schedule your annual electrical evaluation today. It’s included for Plan members.

An Electrician Can Shield Your Home with Surge Protection

As our electrical needs have grown, we are more at risk for power surges. You may assume the surge protection strip is sufficient but it’s not. Take a moment and think about all the items in your home plugged into a power source. Think of your appliances, your computers, gaming systems, chargers, security cameras, speakers and televisions. Whole-home surge protection is like a secondary home insurance policy. Remember, surges manifest from multiple sources and are not limited to external events like severe weather. Contact our team for a free estimate, based on your electrical needs.

Receive an Annual Evaluation from an Apollo Electrician with Plan Membership

Extend the life of your home mechanicals with a preventative maintenance plan, like the Apollo Care Plan. In addition to an annual check of your electrical system, it provides two heating and cooling tune-ups and an annual evaluation of your plumbing systems. The plan saves you time, money, and worry. Designed to preserve your home’s mechanical systems, it comes with many benefits, including a VIP priority service phone number. Regular maintenance also protects most manufacturer warranties.   Our friendly electricians are licensed, industry-certified and insured. They also pass rigorous background checks for your peace of mind. Also, as part of our commitment to professional development, they receive paid continuing education. This helps them to stay current with all brands and emerging technology. They are equipped to handle all sorts of projects. An electrician from Apollo can perform a whole-home rewire and install GFIs, light fixtures, ceiling fans, weatherproof outlets and exterior lighting. Need an HVAC technician or a plumber? We can help there, too! Don’t wait – call Apollo Home today!
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