Your Guide to Basic Electrical Wiring

Most people take the electrical systems in their homes for granted. It's understandable, but it can be dangerous. It can also cause your bills to be needlessly high. If you are looking to improve, repair, or alter your home electrical system, it is usually best to hire qualified electrical contractors. To help with this, the experts at DailyElectrician have made this helpful YouTube video.

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Check it out for professional advice, and read on to discover more.

  1. Warning signs should not be ignored
    Arcing, black soot around outlets, and other warning signs should not be ignored. These are all evidence of a fire hazard.
  2. Know your GFCI
    Most calls to electrical contractors are about bathroom circuit failures. Knowing a little bit about GFCI can make a big difference.
  3. Overhead power lines can be deadly
    The lines over and around your home are not always insulated. Never touch them under any circumstances!
  4. The limits of DIY
    You may be able to do a lot on your own, but professionals should always be involved in any major work.
  5. White and black lines are not always what they seem
    They can often be reversed, making DIY efforts unreliable and sometimes dangerous.

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