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 special…

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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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Seattle Chocolates – Commercial Project Highlight

By Zach Euse | Jan 24, 2017 | 8 Comments
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Who doesn’t like chocolate? Okay, some of our readers may choose something else decadent for their dessert but when it comes to lighting – who doesn’t like good lighting? Energy efficient lighting? Cost saving lighting? Ambiance? These are all the reasons that Seattle Chocolates asked Exact Electric to help remodel their ‘House of Chocolate”. Located…

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A New Year and New Projects

By Zach Euse | Jan 16, 2017 | 6 Comments

2016 was a busy year at Exact Electric. Click on this video to see some of the great projects we had the opportunity to work on. As we ring in another year we’d like to hear from you! Remodeling a kitchen? We can help. Moving, opening or expanding your business? We can help. No matter…

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Tips for Making Your Refrigerator Run Efficiently

By Zach Euse | Nov 30, 2016 | 9 Comments
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No matter how old or new your appliances are there are ways to ensure they are running efficiently. And efficiency = cost savings. Clean under and behind. Pull your refrigerator away from the wall as dust and dirt collect behind your refrigerator, especially if you have pets. Condenser coils in the back collect this debri…

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Lights, Camera, Holiday!

By Zach Euse | Nov 15, 2016 | 5 Comments

Are you entertaining this holiday season? Make it fun and make it safe. Lots of lights, food and fun awaits us! Unfortunately, this season also brings safety hazards. According to the National Fire Protection Association study, fire departments respond to over 230 home fires started from Christmas trees. Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve and Christmas Day are…

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3 Furnace Tips – Time to Tune It Up!

By Zach Euse | Nov 4, 2016 | 5 Comments

It is that time of year to get your furnace ready for the Northwest’s fall and winter months. While our fall has been mild, winter is almost here and it will be time to fire up your furnace (if you haven’t already). Regardless of the type of furnace you have – electric furnace, gas furnace,…

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Project Highlight – Moving with the Power to Print

By Zach Euse | Nov 1, 2016 | 5 Comments

Abracadabra Printing recently moved from Belltown to Georgetown. The company had to be up and running to serve their customers so downtime was not an option. Planning started ahead of time to determine where new circuits needed to be added and what wiring was needed to accommodate the electrical equipment. We realized during the planning…

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