Electrical Fire Hazards You Didn’t Know Live In Your Home

Posted on: September 26, 2016

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What’s all the buzz about? Through smart-tech and general technology improvements, modern homes are getting safer and safer every year, which we can all be happy about. But that doesn’t mean we as homeowners should let our guard down! Electrical safety is still a big, big deal, and tons of fires are reported every year due to electrical failures or misuse. Some of the causes are even really odd, or something you might not expect. Do you know all of the dangers potentially lurking in your home?

Be Careful When Calling a 24-Hour Electrician in DC

Posted on: August 31, 2016

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In need of a 24-hour electrician in Washington, DC? The experts at Kolb Electric would urge caution! We’ve spent some time talking about scammers in the past, and this situation could put you at risk. Wondering how? For starters, when you need an electrician RIGHT NOW you’re more likely to pay less attention to credentials and reputation. This could lead to shoddy work, dangerous wiring fixes, or just a plain scam!

Back-To-School Home Safety Check for Arlington

Posted on: August 15, 2016

It’s back to school time here in Arlington! Finally we get that cooler weather and lower humidity we’ve been begging for all season long. But with winter on our heels, there’s about to be a greater need for electricity use in the home. Is your home prepared to meet your increased electrical needs safely?

Your Must-Read New Home Wiring Checklist from Our Baltimore Electricians

Posted on: July 29, 2016

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Acquiring a new home in Baltimore is an extremely exciting event for any homeowner. But it can be a time for stress, too. There’s a lot going on—keeping tabs on it all can become a bit overwhelming and, at times, outright frustrating. Because of this, our Baltimore electricians wanted to provide a quick, easy checklist for what you should be checking for in the wiring in your new Baltimore home