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Low Voltage

Low voltage lighting is taking over all new home installations and becoming a major priority in any home remodeling project. The reasons chiefly are its contribution for low cost, high efficiency green energy as well as a significant part in the fight against non-renewable energy.

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Recessed Lightings

Recessed lighting involves installing a light fixture into the ceiling, with the housing held securely between ceiling joists or even just hollow spaces, if it is a retrofit. This type of lighting is much in demand because it opens up a room.

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Rewire

Homes built before 1950 used electrical wire insulation that was made of cloth and cloth is fragile. It becomes brittle and cracked over the years and eventually just falls off, leaving exposed wiring throughout your house, in the walls. These wires are extremely hazardous and if these wires make contact with each other, they will create a spark that can quickly become a blaze.

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Motion Sensors

Motion sensors are any such devices that are designed to sense motion and alert someone. These might seem useful only for security reasons, but they are more common than you think.

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Outlets/Switches/Dimmers

Every home has what is called the mains electricity, which is the general-purpose power supply of electricity. In order to access this power, homes feature plastic devices, called electrical outlets or sockets, which allow other devices or appliances to connect to the alternating current running through the structure. Other such devices that allow manipulation of the current include switches and dimmers, which allow one to cut off the power supply to a light bulb or lessen it and create a slightly darker room.

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Track Lightings

Track lighting is a method of task lighting wherein metal cylinder light fixtures are set in a single track of varying length containing a series of electrical conductors that provide power to any light affixed to the track.

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Panels

The electrical panel is often called the heart of a home because it is the device that keeps the current flowing through every circuit in your home.

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Chandeliers

Chandeliers are light fixtures suspended from a ceiling and are often ornate and highly decorated, but they weren’t always so. There name comes from the old French “chandelle”, which refers to their seeming to float in mid-air.

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Ceiling Fans

The installation of a ceiling fan can be an exciting event, especially if you live in a home that constantly feels like a sauna or a broiler. But choosing the type of fan and where to install that fan requires a bit of study and research. Clearly, you should choose which room requires the most airflow.

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Bathroom Heaters/Fan Lights

Bathroom heaters are appliances mounted directly onto walls and suck air, like a fan, but internally heat it up before recirculation. These are popular because they warm the room so stepping out the shower is comfortable and not bitter-cold and bracing. Many people forget the bathroom in their home renovations, which is a mistake, considering most people, on average, spend nearly a year and a half over the course of their lives.

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Landscape Lighting

Landscape lighting is exactly what it sounds like: lighting for your outdoor space, including the backyard, garden, and walkways. Many homeowners choose to border the walkway leading to the front door with lights, to make it easier to navigate in the night. Done well, landscape lighting can used to accentuate an outdoor space and create a visually interesting display as well as creating a welcoming atmosphere for guests and residents, alike.

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Phone/TV Cables

B.K. Electric Services now installs and services all data and telephone jacks and wiring. All of our electricians are trained to fix a wide selection of jacks, for both home and business. We have ample experience fixing all registered jacks in use today. Registered jacks are several standard designs used to connect data equipment to a telephone company.

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Intercom Systems

If you have ever stood outside an apartment building gate and had to punch in a number into a metal box, you have used an intercom. An intercom is a system of communication used in a single building or throughout a small collection of buildings, independent of the public telephone network. Most modern intercom systems can be connected to home telephones or wireless cell phones and even door latches and locks.

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Security Cameras

There are few things worse for a family to experience than a home invasion. Your home is your castle and your place to be comfortable and feel secure. Unfortunately, there are people who prey on the unaware and the unprepared by burglarizing their home, sometimes when the family is present.

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Plasma/L.C.D Installation

A home theater system, if done properly, brings the experience of the movies to your own living room. Essential to any home theater is the Plasma/LCD television. Have you ever noticed how much clearer and crisper the image on the screen appears? This magic is accomplished through the use of a film projector, which is an expensive piece of equipment.

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Home Theater Systems

A home theater system is bringing a cinema-class experience into the comfort of your home. Most people have been to a movie theater and have noticed how much more sophisticated the sound is and how clearer and crisper the image on the screen appears.

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Arc Fault Breakers

Electrical arcs are breakdowns of gas that produce an ongoing plasma discharge. Essentially, electricity is flowing between two objects, usually through an electrical short. When a circuit has enough current to maintain an electrical arc outside of a normal switching device, the arc can seriously damage equipment, melting conductors, destruction of insulation, and fires.

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Attic Exhaust Fans

Attic fans are electrical or motorized ventilation fans that regulate the heat level of an attic or similar space, through the use of thermostat, which automatically switches the fan on or off, or simply send out a notification that the fan should be switched on or off manually.

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Circuit Breakers

Electrical circuits will and do often suffer damage from overload, where a too large electrical current runs through a conductor, causing excessive heat generation, or short circuits, in which a current is allowed to travel on an unintended track wherein very low or no resistance exists.

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Surge Protectors

Voltage spikes occur occasionally, through lightning strikes, power outages, short circuits, or electromagnetic pulses, causing short, but fast bursts of energy and these can ruin electrical devices. If not curbed or grounded and nullified, these voltage spikes can become voltage surges.

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Carbon Monoxide Detectors

Carbon monoxide (CO) is often called the “Invisible Killer” because it is a poisonous gas that is without color or odor and is easily produced. CO is the result of the incomplete burning of fuels, including coal, oil, propane, wood, kerosene, and natural gas. And machinery powered by these types of fuels, such as lawnmowers and cars, produce huge amounts of CO.

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Dedicated Circuits

Flipping a switch turns a light on or powers up your computer; flipping a switch completes an electric circuit, allowing currents, which are bundles of electrons, to flow through wires. These wires carry the electric current to various sections of an electrical system.

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