EB Design Air Inc. Blog : Posts Tagged ‘Electrical’

4 Signs Something Is Up With Your Wiring

Monday, August 2nd, 2021

electrical-outletLiving in a modern home means that you are going to have plenty of wiring throughout the house. Your lights, electrical outlets, and other parts of the home that use electricity depend on it, after all.

While the wires may be in the walls, they can and will wear down over time. When wires wear out they can loosen and fray and, in turn, this can lead to problems with your electrical systems. So what do you do when a problem pops up? Well, we’d hope you’d reach out for professional help with your electrical wiring in New City, NY because this will yield far better results than a DIY fix.

Continue Reading

Don’t Ignore Flickering Lights!

Monday, December 7th, 2020

When you are spending time at home, do you notice that the lights seem dimmer than normal or perhaps even flicker at different times? Dim lights are not a good sign unless you specifically have a dimmer installed for the room. Likewise, unless you are enjoying the flickering of a nice roaring fire, electrical lights that flicker are bad news too. Why? Because issues like these are indicators of a problem in your electrical system.

Not to worry though. You can come to EB Design Air Inc. for your electric repair in New City. We can identify the issue in your system and get it repaired quickly and effectively. All you need to do is reach out to us to get started!

Continue Reading

Enjoy Some Extra Light This Summer

Monday, July 6th, 2020

outdoor-lightsSummer is a great season for extended playtime in the yard. Whether it is playing Frisbee or BBQing some yummy dinner options, it is nice to be able to enjoy some extra hours of sunlight, warmth, and fresh air outside your home. with that said, once the sun sets it can be a lot harder to enjoy the outdoors even if you really are trying to extend you time outside.

With the help of our licensed electricians in Pearl River, NY you can extend those outdoor hours and light things up. However you are looking to add light to your backyard, we can help with installation and connection, so you can enjoy a bright summer without the hassle of electrical problems.

Continue Reading

Choosing the Right Generator For Your Business

Monday, December 24th, 2018

residential-generatorFor homeowners, a generator means peace of mind. For a business owner, a generator can mean everything. Even if the power outage is due to scheduled maintenance from the electric company, that doesn’t mean your business doesn’t depend on a constant source of running electricity.

A generator could be just the thing that your business needs. We’ll help you find the one that is best for you.

Continue Reading

Beef-Up Your Home’s Electrical Defenses with These Products

Monday, August 6th, 2018

technician-inspecting-electrical-wiringWe shouldn’t have to state how important electricity is for any homeowner. Most people are prepared for the occasional power outage that leaves you in the dark for one night, but can you say the same for two nights? Three nights? A week?

Whether it’s about having backup options or just protecting your electronics from getting fried, there are solutions out there for you. Read on to learn about just a few of them.

Continue Reading

Electric Repair Services May be Part of Your AC Repairs

Monday, April 30th, 2018

electrical-wiring-repairsWith spring officially here and summer on the way, now is the time to make repairs on your air conditioning system. Right now, we’re not using our systems very often, but soon enough, you’ll be using it every day. When that day comes, you want to make sure that any repairs your system may need are taken care of, and your air conditioner functions as normal. Now is the time to check for anything unusual in the way your system operates.

That can often involve trouble with the air conditioner’s electrical system: charged with running the fan motor and other key elements. Any licensed air conditioning technician should possess electrical skills as part of their repartee, and don’t be surprised if the trouble your system is experiencing has some faulty circuit or failing wire at its core.

Continue Reading

Indoor Lighting Benefits from an Electrical Professional

Monday, April 16th, 2018

comfortable-home-familyIndoor lights rank among the simplest elements in your home. You simply plug them in to an existing electrical outlet and turn them on: either directly or through the use of a formal light switch attached to the outlet in question. It couldn’t be simpler, and yet it represents just a small fraction of the potential utility of your home’s lighting. An electrical professional, with the right set of skills and experience, can improve your indoor lighting situation and make your home a better place to be as a result. How? Here are a few options for you to consider.

Continue Reading

Can Your Home Handle Extra Holiday Lighting?

Monday, November 23rd, 2015

In Ramsey, NJ, holiday décor can reach Olympic levels. Outdoor lighting schemes, complete with moving characters and holiday music, are par for the course. But it takes a good amount of power to make your home a festive place, and if you don’t have enough outlets or enough power coming into your home, you may end up with some holiday outages. The electrical experts from Design Air Inc., can help ensure you have the power you need for all of your holiday lighting and décor – just give us a call!

Continue Reading

Which Fuel Type Should I Use for My Whole Home Generator?

Monday, April 6th, 2015

Whole home generators can get your household through a power outage virtually unscathed, but they need one thing to do so: fuel. There are three main types of fuel used to power whole home generators:

  • Natural gas
  • Liquid propane (LP)
  • Diesel

Which type is best for you? Let’s take a look.

Natural Gas

Natural gas is the most convenient of the three fuel types because your whole home generator can be connected directly to the main gas line coming into your home. This means there’s no need to monitor the fuel level on your part, arrange for delivery, or fuel the generator yourself. Most whole home generators come equipped with an automatic switching mechanism that directs the generator to automatically power your home as soon as power from the utility company is interrupted, so choosing natural gas for fuel can provide you with a very easy system to manage. However, not all home have access to natural gas.

LP

LP, or liquid propane, is distributed via a propane tank, so if you choose to use LP to power your generator, you’ll need to have a propane tank and a company that can make fuel deliveries. Your whole home generator will connect directly to the LP tank, so you won’t have to worry about adding fuel yourself, but you will have to monitor the tank to ensure you have enough fuel to power your generator. LP has a long shelf life, enabling it to be stored for a long time, and will burn almost as cleanly as natural gas.

Diesel

Whole home generators that use diesel fuel for power have a large, protected storage tank underneath them for storing the fuel. With this type of fuel, you will have to monitor the system and re-fuel yourself.

Working with an expert in regard to your home’s generator installation is the best way to ensure that you install a generator that fits the needs of your home should a power outage occur. Need help making decisions about your new whole home generator? Call the experts at Design Air Inc., today and schedule an appointment for your home in New City, NY.

Continue Reading