FB Integrated Solutions Inc. Blog : Archive for July, 2016

Troubleshooting Home Automation Problems

Monday, July 25th, 2016

One of the biggest and best advancements to hit modern U.S. homes today is the advent of the home automation system. These systems allow you to have control over your house at your fingertips. There’s a combination of hardware, software, and appliance-based interfaces that goes into creating this system, and therefore it’s only natural that something can eventually go wrong.

Even the greatest technology can have bugs that will need to be worked out. If you have problems with your home automation system, the best thing you can do is give your professional electricians a call to help repair the damage and get you back in control. However it may also be helpful to understand what some of the most common issues are, and how we troubleshoot them.

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Do I Need a GFCI Outlet Installation?

Monday, July 18th, 2016

Most homeowners typically don’t give their electrical systems a whole lot of thought, and we wouldn’t expect them to. However, with the increasing demands we place on these systems—with the purchase of high efficiency appliances and devices such as smart phones and tablets—it is important to consider your safety as well as the effectiveness of your electrical system.

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5 Signs that it’s Time to Rewire Your Home

Monday, July 11th, 2016

Outdated or insufficient wiring is so much more than an inconvenience; it’s a safety hazard. There is a much higher consumption of electricity today than ever before, meaning that you need wiring that can meet these increasing demands.

Rewiring is a major job—and one that should only be handled by professional electricians—however it can be vital to keeping you and your family safe. But how do you know if it’s time to rewire your home? Be aware of the following 5 signs.

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6 Considerations to Make When Having a Flat Screen TV Installed

Monday, July 4th, 2016

Most often, homeowners choose to have their flat screen TV mounted on a wall. Doing this requires finding studs, deciding on mount brackets, and in most cases adding new electrical outlets. That being said, this is not a job for an amateur or a DIY-enthusiast. Rather, it’s a job for a professional electrician. Keep reading to learn why.

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