Rooftop Antennas

Rooftop Antennas

Before you install a rooftop antenna or satellite dish, be sure it is away from any power lines. It’s best to locate antennas and dishes where they won’t touch or fall on electrical lines if they happen to be blown off. Also, be sure to properly ground...
Rooftop Antennas

Flood Prep – Electrical

Keep these points in mind when you have your electrical system components raised:a) Electrical system modifications must be done by a licensed contractor, who will ensure that the work is done correctly and according to all applicable codes. This is important for your...
Rooftop Antennas

Ladder Safety

Whenever possible, use a wooden or fiberglass ladder for outdoor work. Aluminum ladders could be dangerous around electrical lines. Also, stay away from the lines feeding power to your house.
Rooftop Antennas

Battery Life

Batteries will keep their charge longer if they’re kept cool. Warmer temperatures will shorten their life. Always recharge a battery right after it is used. Never store an uncharged battery and recharge unused batteries every two months.
Rooftop Antennas

Ceiling Outlets

When wiring or rewiring your workshop, consider installing extra outlets in the ceiling, positioned over groupings of power tools. Ceiling outlets can be more accessible and can help eliminate tripping over extension cords. If you are setting up or remodeling your...