Speck Family Electric company here in Sparta, TN is offering homeowners tips and tricks for your electric needs.

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6 Tips to Help You Choose the Right Residential Electrician

When something goes wrong with your home electrical system, you need to hire an expert who can provide a safe and efficient solution. But how do you choose the right residential electrician? Here are six handy tips to help you ...

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Prevent an Electrical Fire in Your Home with These Tips

Electrical fires can cause serious damage to your home and put your family’s safety at risk. The good news is they can be prevented. Here are a few simple things you can do around your home to prevent an electrical ...

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Kitchen Remodeling Tips from an Expert Electrician

Thinking of re-doing your kitchen? Let Speck Family Electric help make it the best it can be! Here are a few kitchen remodeling tips to keep in mind. Plan Outlets We get it, planning outlet placements is not the most ...

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Why Isn’t my Electrical Outlet Working?

When an electrical outlet stops working, it can be a frustrating experience. Especially if you have no idea what’s causing it! To help you figure it out, here are a few reasons why your outlet may have stopped working. You ...

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5 Common Electrical Problems in Your House

Every home is susceptible to a variety of electrical issues, but even small issues can become hazards if left unchecked. Here are five common electrical problems to help you notice hazards in your home before they become serious safety risks. ...

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Power Surge Protection Tips for Your Home

Although it only takes a second for a power surge to occur, it can cause serious damage to electronic devices, appliances, and outlets in a home. To help protect your home, here are our top power surge protection tips. What ...

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5 Common DIY Electrical Mistakes

When it comes to DIY projects in your home, mistakes are bound to happen. But with electricity, even little mistakes can be dangerous. Here are five of the most common DIY electrical mistakes and what you can do to avoid ...

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Speck’s Fall Electrical Safety Tips

As the season begins to change, you’re going to depend on more electrical devices and appliances. To ensure your home and family remain safe, here are our fall electrical safety tips! Sweep up Dry Leaves Falling leaves are one of ...

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Light Bulbs Keep Burning Out? Here’s Why

Got light bulbs that keep burning out? Not only is it frustrating, but it can also indicate a potential fire hazard. To help keep you safe (and sane), here are some causes and solutions to why your light bulbs keep ...

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5 Tips for Safe Outdoor Home Lighting

When it comes to outdoor home lighting, there are some tricks to getting it right. Done properly, and it can both look beautiful and keep your home and family safe. Done improperly, and it can not only be an eyesore ...

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How to Teach Kids About Electrical Safety

Electricity is an amazing tool but can become dangerous when used incorrectly. As adults, we know better than to stick our fingers into an outlet, but curious kids…not so much. At Speck Family Electric, we want to help keep your ...

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