Electrical currents run from the electrical panel through circuits to outlets around the home. But sometimes not all of the electricity is used up, so it needs a way to get to the ground—electricity wants to get to the ground and looks for the easiest way to get there. If it can’t find one, it will use a person as a conductor and complete the circuit.
Most homes get their electricity from an underground connection or overhead power lines. The electricity enters the house through a service head/conductor, which usually has two 120-volt wires and one neutral wire
This week marks the official start to the holiday season as we move into December. It’s full steam ahead from here on out.
For the entire month of November it’s Radon Action Month—a time to remind everyone how important it is to get your home tested.
Lights out for #EarthHour everyone. See you in an hour!
Don’t forget that #EarthHour2017 is tonight at 8:30pm. Turn off as much as you can - let’s #makeitright! Read More...
This Sunday at 9pm on #CBC we’re looking back at Canadian history in #CanadaTheStoryOfUs. Take a look. t.co/V95laOcHwS
This Sunday at 9pm on #CBC we’re looking back at Canadian history in #CanadaTheStoryOfUs. Take a look. Read More...
Found some time to squeeze in a quick vacation. Need to refuel before getting started on some exciting upcoming projects. Read More...
I love this! Keep making it right @SOSCV_Canada. #PitchThePlastic t.co/787eKTuczs