Wouldn’t you like to save energy and money?

6 easy ways to save energy (and money) Trying to keep your home cool in the summer or warm in the winter are big drivers of overall energy costs, but no matter what time of year it is, you’re probably using more energy than you think. Even little things, like leaving device chargers plugged in,…

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DIY 2 Décor

Decor

    Make those switches shine with this easy DIY project    Summer is a great time of year to do some DIY projects that can enhance the look or the functionality of your home.    The one we’re going to focus on today isn’t difficult at all: It will cost you a little bit of time and money, but could vastly improve the appearance of your interiors. And it’s at least somewhat related to electrical…

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Three questions to ask when considering a generator

Generators Blog

    Three questions to ask when considering a generator    Power outages can happen in any season: Ice, snow, wind, heavy rains, and flooding are all common causes. And while an outage is usually just a minor inconvenience when it lasts for a few hours, it can be a major problem if it drags on for a few days.    That’s why so many people have generators now;…

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New home—or just want it to feel that way?

Interior Lighting

  New home—or just want it to feel that way? Try new lighting!  There are plenty of things homeowners can do to create new looks and make a space feel new—rearranging the furniture is a classic strategy, for example. But something as simple as changing up your lighting can have a big impact, too.    While some lighting changes require the help…

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Light up your nights!

Backyard lights

    Light up your nights  Summer evenings are made for the back yard—with the right lighting out there, you can make the fun last a little longer.    But spring is a great time to start thinking about outdoor lights, not only to make sure you’re ready for the summer months, but to take…

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Working from home? Make sure you work safely.

Working from Home

  Working from home? Make sure you work safely. A lot of people are working from home now—and this is a trend that is likely to continue for the foreseeable future, even after concerns about COVID-19 eventually fade.   However, it’s not always as simple a switch as you might think. From ergonomics to electrical…

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A New Year and New Projects

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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Residential Electrical North East Seattle: Light fixtures in kitchen & more

Job Type: Residential Electrical Location: North East Seattle Description of work: Add new receptacles in multiple rooms. Add new light fixtures in the kitchen, living room, hallway. Install two ceiling fans. Add wiring for gas water heater, receptacles and appliance nook. Client Review: Zack was a great electrician. He came to my home before the project…

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Residential Electrical Queen Anne: Re-wired home, ran ethernet & more

Job Type: Residential Electrical Location: Queen Anne Description of work: Re-wired majority of home. Ran Ethernet, cable, and low-volt lines. Installed all lighting fixtures. Client Review: Zach was absolutely wonderful! We general contracted a studs out remodel on our 8,000 square foot home. Of all of our sub contractors, Zach is one of 4 that I…

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