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Posted On: February 28, 2018

How to Keep Your Switches and Outlets From Malfunctioning

As a homeowner, you should always be aware of the condition of your electrical system. It needs to provide power to your home sufficiently, and safely. There are really only two points where you and your family access your home’s wiring: at switches and outlets. That means that when a switch or outlet is broken, […]

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Posted On: February 14, 2018

Signs that Your Home Needs Rewiring

Wiring is a vital part of any home. Ensuring that those wires are in good shape are just as important. According to Fire Administration sources, there is an estimated amount of home fires due to electrical problems is approximately 26,000. Thirty-nine percent of home electrical fires involve outlets and receptacles, interior house and electrical wiring. […]

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Posted On: January 23, 2018

2017 Angie’s List Super Service Award

Here at Reliable Power Systems, our goal is to keep you and your loved ones comfortable and safe. We are a full-service and family-owned electrical contracting company with over a decade of dedicated customer service experience under our belts. We can design, install, repair, and maintain standby or backup power systems – we need to […]

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Posted On: November 21, 2017

Remote Monitoring With Your Generators

If you have a generator, you’re already aware of how convenient it is that your power stays on when the grid goes down. But did you know you can also get remote monitoring for your generator? This offers many benefits, including: Convenience and safety. You’ve probably had to outside on a cold, dark night to […]

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Posted On: November 7, 2017

Generator Preparation for the Winter

Generator preparation is what will be your electricity blanket when and if your power goes out this winter. Winter storms serve as potential hazards for your home, especially with winter on the horizon. When the power fails, you could be stuck in your home without any modern necessities. Fear not! Owning a standby generator could […]

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Posted On: October 6, 2017

Choosing Between Portable or Automatic Backup Generators for the Winter Season

Automatic backup generators can be a great thing to have in a power outage, however, portable generators offer portability for convenience for homeowners. Choosing a generator for your home can be a tough decision. There are a multitude of different makes and models, and it’s up to you to pick the best fit. It’s important […]

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Posted On: June 30, 2017

Landscape Lighting to Enhance Your Home’s Features

Outdoor lighting is a great way to improve visibility around your yard and home, but it can also be used to create a more visually inviting space.  Landscape lighting, which includes several varieties, can add a level of beauty and comfort to your space that you can enjoy during any outdoor activity. Why You Should […]

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Posted On: June 20, 2017

The Differences in Generators: Comparing All Types

If you’re looking for a generator to ensure that your home will always have an electrical supply, a generator is a great investment. There are many types available on the market, and each generator type has its own characteristics. From the type of power it runs on to the portability of the unit, there are […]

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Posted On: June 8, 2017

Why a Service Panel Upgrade Is Necessary

A home can experience many issues relating to electrical wiring because of an outdated electrical service panel. Flickering lights, unusual sounds coming from a fuse box, breakers constantly tripping, or smoke coming from outlets or burning smells are just some of the reasons why you might need a service panel upgrade. One particular appliance that […]

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Posted On: June 4, 2017

How Electrical Rewiring Will Save You Money on Your Electricity Bills

Struggling with the electric bill? Appliances like your air conditioner, heater, and water heater, can cost anywhere between 40 cents to $1.50 per hour. Trying to cut down on energy consumption helps, but sometimes unplugging an appliance after use, or taking shorter showers, is not enough to keep your bills down. Something to consider is […]

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