Tips for Preventing Electrical Overload

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The average household has more than 10 appliances, not including the mobile devices. If you live in an older home, there may not be enough electrical outlets to plug in all the devices you have and use on a daily basis. In an attempt to accommodate other appliances, homeowners resort to using extension cords or even daisy-chain power strips. This, however, can lead to electrical circuit overload and may even set your home on fire.

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Article Written By:  Absolute Electrical

Original Article Posted on:  Jan 10, 2018

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