Tips + Tricks
TIPS AND TRICKS
If your clients crave high-power appliances (like the 50-amp kitchen range at the Sheldon Street job), match that power with an additional breaker subpanel to accommodate the additional power output.
Don't get caught with a wet, moldy deck after the first big rain. Properly waterproof decks, and overlap layers of Bituthene on top of the subfloor...
Why not use the project you're working on to help sell more projects? Host an open house (especially when you still have behind-the-walls access) to...
Because low-voltage installs are so heavily impacted by electronic technology, it benefits you greatly to stay on top of trends, like the resurgence...
Clients aren't sure what electronics they want in the home? Doing a spec job and don't know who the buyer will be yet? As long as budget allows, over...
Tips and Tricks Archive
Match Electrical to Appliance Power
Make Sure Your Deck Can Handle Moisture
Use Your Project as a Marketing Tactic
Keep Up with the Joneses
Over-install, Rather than Under-install
Raise Those Registers
Create Space for HVAC
Pare Down Your Plumbing
Taking Care of the Trash
Keeping Gas Lines Safe
A Little Peace and Quiet
Wrap Those Pipes
An Electrician's Rule of Thumb
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