Browsing Category: Surge Protection

Need a plug high on the wall or above the fire place for the new flat panel TV?

Posted on February 2, 2013

Installing a plasma or LDC TV over the fireplace in the living room is becoming a popular and attractive way to display your new television set. It is also a great installation option that can easily integrate your new flat-panel TV with the rest of the room decor. Thanks to their ever slimming design, flat-panel […]

It’s Time to Address Electrical Safety Issues in Your Home

Posted on January 1, 2012

This is the perfect time of the year for homeowners to consider home safety issues. The weather in the past few years has been particularly stormy, and many homeowners have found that having a whole house surge suppressor installed has been well worth the money. Other homeowners are ensuring their family’s safety by having licensed […]

Addison / Richardson Whole House Surge Suppressors

Posted on May 5, 2011

Sometimes the unexpected happens, and residents of Addison and Richardson might suffer the consequences. This usually happens during the spring storm season so it is important to prepare in advance. Light It Up Electric suggests that residents consider installing a whole house surge suppressor before the possibility of trouble begins. A surge protector can pay for […]

Keeping Your Frisco / Little Elm Home Safe

Posted on April 4, 2011

Many families in Frisco and Little Elm are concerned about how they can make their home as safe as possible for their children. Purchasing wall outlet covers and cabinet door locks is a good start, however there are many other things you can do that will not only protect your children, but you and your […]

Safety begins at home in your Denton, Corinth or Highland Village homes

Posted on March 3, 2011

There are many ways that you can update your electrical system to make your home safer for your family. First, take an inventory of all larger appliances, such as washers and dryers, exercise equipment like treadmills, and even home media centers. Any items that require a larger amount of power to run should be put […]

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