Electrician Facts: Training, Skills, Pricing, Education and More

By Zach Euse | Jul 2, 2018 | Comments Off on Electrician Facts: Training, Skills, Pricing, Education and More

Whether you’re scoping out local electricians to hire or interested in becoming an electrician, this is the perfect article for you. An Electrician perform a variety of different tasks in the field, from the initial installation of wiring to completing disassembling existing wiring. In addition, electricians are required to wear special clothing, shoes, and gloves…

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T12 LED Replacement: What’s Your Best Option?

By Zach Euse | Jun 4, 2018 | Comments Off on T12 LED Replacement: What’s Your Best Option?

Due to pushes in recent decades for better energy efficiency, you will likely need to look into T12 LED replacement. In this article we explain what a T12 is and what the best replacement option is for you and your individual lighting needs. T12s manufacturing was brought to a halt i 2012, and there are…

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Renewable Energy Incentives & Lighting Retrofits

By Zach Euse | May 7, 2018 | Comments Off on Renewable Energy Incentives & Lighting Retrofits

Now, energy companies along with the federal government are offering renewable energy incentives when you make a move towards being more energy efficient. Being energy efficient when it comes to your home or business can entail a variety of changes, from installing solar panels to simply using less water. It can be overwhelming as an…

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Get a Seattle City Light Rebate with an Electric Upgrade

By Zach Euse | Apr 2, 2018 | Comments Off on Get a Seattle City Light Rebate with an Electric Upgrade

Seattle businesses can benefit from monetary rebates when they chose to upgrade to energy-efficient commercial lighting. The fact is, spending money on updating to a more energy-efficient lighting will cost less in the long run. Not only does upgrading save companies’ money, it also is a step forward in going green and fighting climate change.…

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Top Common Electrical Hazards You Can Guard Against

By Zach Euse | Mar 5, 2018 | 0 Comments

When it comes to electricity we know that an ounce of prevention saves lives. That is why we are called on regularly to ensure the electrical safety of commercial buildings, whether it is remodel, tenant improvement, or being built from the ground up. Most of us take electricity for granted, because when we need light…

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Check out Our New Lighting Systems, Retrofit and Maintenance Page

By Zach Euse | Feb 5, 2018 | Comments Off on Check out Our New Lighting Systems, Retrofit and Maintenance Page
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Wanted: Journey Level Electrician, Reward: $500

By Zach Euse | Jun 5, 2017 | 0 Comments

Are you or someone you know looking for a journey level electrician position? We have a great opportunity for you! Exact Electric is growing and we are looking for a journey level electrician for residential and commercial projects – someone who is knowledgeable, flexible and customer-service driven. We will reward you $500 for referring reputable…

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Recessed Lighting Tips

By Zach Euse | Mar 20, 2017 | 7 Comments

 Are you building a new home, renovating your home, creating or updating a commercial space? Recessed lighting is a great option to consider. When placed properly you can open up space, making rooms look bigger while still getting the light you need. Their contemporary look combine function, cost-savings, and ambiance – accenting artwork and…

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Keep Your Workplace Safe

By Zach Euse | Mar 7, 2017 | 9 Comments

Lighting is an important part to making sure your work environment is safe. From ensuring you are up to code or saving costs with occupancy lighting, there are many options that we can help you explore. Seattle’s growth has brought many new buildings and remodels as well as the need to bring long standing buildings…

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Stay Safe and Connected During Power and Mechanical Failures

By Zach Euse | Feb 9, 2017 | 8 Comments
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The Puget Sound region has been experiencing lots of winter storms this year, resulting in down power lines and mechanical failures. To ensure your loved ones and your employees are not left in the dark and are safe there are several things you can do: Plan ahead by creating a safety plan for everyone who…

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