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Electricity is an integral part of our daily lives, and its dangers can easily be taken for granted. Our motto is safety first and always.
Tips to help you and your family safely use electricity throughout your home.
Learn how to avoid potential electrical hazards with landscaping, digging and power lines.
Tips to help you buy, install and safely use a generator.
Follow these simple safety guidelines when working near electric lines or equipment around your property.
Be aware of "step potential" hazards when walking or standing anywhere near fallen power lines or damaged electrical equipment.
Every year, hundreds of home fires start with decorative lighting. Learn how to avoid this danger.
On the road or at home, storms and extreme weather events can create electrical hazards.
Your heating system can produce carbon monoxide (CO) if it is not working properly or inadequately vented.
This free service can protect you from unintentionally hitting underground utility lines, which can cause harm to you and those around you.
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