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The Local Electrical Utility Company


Summary: Information concerning your local electrical utility company and electrical emergencies.

Your Utility Company is Concerned about Your Safety

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If you see a downed electrical power line, assume it is energized and keep yourself and others away.

Call 911 immediately to report the location of the downed line then call your local Electric Utility Company 24-Hour Emergency and Customer Service Line.

During and after a storm, please keep away from flooded areas and downed trees, as these areas could be hiding an energized power line.

Safety First!

In the US Call 911
to Report Downed Power Lines
Winter storms can catch us totally unprepared which can leave us without electricity, telephones and internet connections for days. See just a few examples the storm damage our area experienced during the first weeks of January 2008. Will You Be Ready? Find out more..... [click here]

A Word about Safety and Home Generators

Ok, So you bought that Portable Generator - Now What?

When a severe storm hits several people will rush out and purchase a portable generator and really won't have a clue about what to do or how to connect the power. Many load up that prize generator, truck it home and discover that they forgot a few things...
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Generator Selection Guidelines

Dave at Ask The Electrician agrees that the safety and security a back-up generator provides is Priceless!
The proper selection of a back-up generator is important to provide reliable power to your essential electrical circuits. Lets look at few things to consider when selecting your generator. [click here]


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