Before starting any project, be alert of where the power lines are located, and know where they are hanging. Whether you're working on the roof, trimming trees, or painting your siding, it's your job to be aware and to alert others about nearby power lines.
This winter seems to be never ending! We’ve seen a wide variety of electrical service damage from collapsing roofs, trees limps become heave from snow and breaking, ice falling or creating leaks and of the wind! With this winter’s impressive, and what seems to be never ending season, we have (more)
Each year approximately 2,400 children are treated from shock and burns after sticking items into slots of electrical receptacles. To prevent these types of injuries, the National Electrical Code now requires Tamper Resistant Receptacles (TRRs) in new and renovated homes. Learn more about it here.
We are very excited to be project sponsor this program! We hope with this program especially and through the many local project we participate in, that we will be able to showcase the electrical trade to our Merrill High School students not only for the life skills it can provide but also for to show the job opportunities that are available in the electrical trades.