Keep An Eye Out For These Signs of Electrical Damage

Keep An Eye Out For These Signs of Electrical Damage

From overuse to summer storms, electrical systems see their fair share of damage. While proper maintenance and safety precautions go a long way in preserving your system, it’s still a good idea to keep a weather eye out for these common signs of electrical damage, especially if your home is older.

Horror Movie Lights

If your lights consistently flicker or dim when you switch appliances on and off, it’s not a vengeful ghost descending from the attic– your electrical system is probably experiencing issues. Before you’re left in the dark, have your system inspected for damage or undue wear.

Tripping Circuit Breakers

Does your circuit breaker trip whenever you plug in the toaster or try to charge your cell phone? Your system may be overloaded. Look into a safety inspection and consider updating your system to handle the use you need to get out of it.

Odd Sounds or Smells

If you hear buzzing coming from within an outlet or light switch, things aren’t running the way they should. Needless to say, the smell of burning isn’t a good sign either. If you notice another unidentifiable smell coming from your system or appliances, this could also be a sign your electrical works need a check-up.

Shocks

Receiving shocks from outlets or switches when you plug things in is a bad sign, no matter how small those shocks are. Put safety first and have your electrical system inspected for damage, especially if you have little ones around the house.

Visible Wear

Frayed wiring or visible smoke are clear signs of a faulty electrical system. Never touch bare wiring and always call an electrician to take care of the job safely and efficiently. Any other visible signs of wear or damage to the parts of your system you can see should also be taken seriously.

Water Damage

If your home experiences flooding, do NOT turn your electricity back on until you’ve had the system inspected for damage. If you notice water has reached any visible wiring, stay away and call an electrician immediately; impure water (essentially any water you’ll ever see, unless it’s sitting in a distilled lab beaker) is fully capable of conducting a dangerous electric shock to anyone who touches it.

Need Some Electrical Work?

If you’re noticing any of these signs, contact us through our quick online form here or give us a call at (252) 665-0418 for a free estimate. You can also email us at info@ckelectricllc.com. On the national level, faulty electrical systems and wiring are the third leading cause of structural fires– and simply living with an inefficient system is no picnic either. There’s no need to compromise on safety or comfort– we are fully equipped to take care of outlet repairs, new wiring installation, general electrical troubleshooting and diagnosis, electrical safety inspections, and more.

CK Electric is a veteran-owned and veteran-operated local electrician dedicated to serving Anne Arundel County, Baltimore County, Carroll County, Frederick County, Harford County, Howard County, Montgomery County, Prince George’s County, Washington County, Cecil County, Hagerstown, and Frederick, MD. We look forward to helping make your home a safer, brighter place!

Why Smart Houses Are Becoming the New Normal

Why Smart Houses Are Becoming the New Normal

Modern technological innovations, at least when it comes to our personal lives, are largely based on two things: efficiency and convenience. With this thought in mind, it’s no surprise that smart homes, or households incorporating advanced “smart” features similar to those found on your cell phone, are becoming less of a futuristic dream and more a part of the new normal. Here are some of the most common ways we rely on these features now more than ever– and why we’ve become so attached.

Virtual Assistants

The onslaught of Artificial Intelligence tech in the form of virtual assistants has brought on a lot of conversations, from jokes about an apocalyptic robot uprising to concerns over a loss of privacy and personal information. Ever since the inception of Apple’s Siri, it seems every major tech company has entered a race to distribute the most advanced AI, from Google Assistant to Amazon’s Alexa products. AIs aren’t confined to labs or our phones anymore; it’s not uncommon for families to have multiple virtual assistants scattered throughout their homes. Six years ago, toddlers were receiving iPads for their birthdays; now infants are lulled to sleep by Echo Dots.

But why are AIs so popular? The answer is both simple and complex; some people suggest we are obsessed with recreating human features in machines, while most of us just find it funny that robots can now provide life advice or crack jokes. In reality, AIs/virtual home assistants mainly pull together the different technological aspects of our lives. Everyone’s seen the commercials where a homeowner uses their AI to lock the back door from miles away. In short, they let us complete complex tasks on the spot as the need arises, which leads us into the next section: internet access and voice-activated technology.

Internet Access and Voice-Activated Technology

Now more than ever, we live in a world of instant gratification. When a need or want arises– whether that be a craving for microwave pizza and a movie or the burning desire to know which countries bananas are grown in– we expect to have it met almost immediately in as efficient a way as possible. We’re also a society of multitaskers, focused on super-productivity and constant stimulation. It’s no surprise we invented a way to have our questions answered and reminders set while our hands are still full with another task. Voice-activated technology takes the phrase “at the click of a button” to another level, eliminating the need for buttons or icons altogether. It also allows us to access the internet at a moment’s notice without going through the trouble of opening a browser and typing our request in the search bar. Almost everything we do is internet-based, so instant access to the most significant resource humanity possesses is at the forefront of modern household tech. Of course, this brings up a plethora of problems with AIs’ remarkable ability to “mishear” their owners, but if you’ve ever wanted to order a pizza without moving from the couch to grab your phone, AIs (eventually) have your back.

Long story short, the answer to why smart houses are becoming the new normal is no mystery– humanity is more focused on efficiency, convenience, and the internet than ever. But when daily life begins to resemble your favorite futuristic sci-fi novel, who can complain?

We hope you found this post about smart homes interesting and engaging!

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The Pros and Cons of Electric Vehicles

The Pros and Cons of Electric Vehicles

When it comes to electric cars, the vehicle industry is speeding towards the future– no pun intended. Hybrid vehicles are also growing in popularity, and soon solely gas-powered cars may become a thing of the past. But are electric cars good for everyone? Here are some of the biggest pros and cons of driving an electricity-powered vehicle.

Pro: No More Worrying About Gas Prices

Gas prices have recently skyrocketed all over the U.S., and unless a miracle occurs overseas, they’re unfortunately not likely to descend any time soon. Luckily, there’s no shortage of electricity. Electric vehicles can be charged from any regular outlet, just like your laptop or cell phone! If you need a boost while on a long trip, there are over 45,000 public charging stations available in shopping centers, rest stops, work locations, gas stations, and more all over the country. Most charging stations allow you to pay a small fee for a faster charge, letting you get back on the road in twenty minutes or less.

Con: Charging Inconveniences

With that said, finding a charging station on the road is considerably more difficult than finding a normal gas station. While chargers are becoming more and more common, you must also be willing to spend a bit more time sitting in place while the car’s battery fills up. Perhaps this will change with more time and money invested in the technology, but as is, budget your time accordingly.

It is worth mentioning that most electric cars don’t need to be charged more than once per day; the average household can easily leave the car charging overnight and have plenty of mileage to get through the following day. If you do anticipate driving more than 100 or so miles on a daily basis, you’re in luck– manufacturers are releasing longer-range models every year. Just make sure you keep this in mind when researching which car to purchase.

Pro: Smaller Carbon Footprint

Despite the rumors swirling around that battery production causes electric vehicles to waste more carbon than gas-powered ones, electric cars do have a considerably smaller carbon footprint than their gas-guzzling counterparts. Even with the manufacturing process factored in, switching to electricity from fossil fuels is a much healthier choice for the environment, resulting in fewer greenhouse gas emissions. Obviously, electricity isn’t a completely green energy source, but as solar and wind power become more prevalent, renewable energy in the electricity industry is growing more attainable.

Con: Higher Initial Price

There’s no way around it: as with any new product, electric vehicles are going to be more expensive to purchase than most gas-powered cars. Until supply reaches the level of demand and electric vehicles become the “new norm,” this will probably remain true. But the manufacturing process is sure to decrease in cost as time goes on, and consumer prices will shrink with them. A century or so ago, the notion of nearly every American household owning at least one or more cars would have seemed ludicrous, and look where we are now!

Accelerating Into the Future!…and Waiting for the Present to Catch Up

To sum things up, the main idea behind electric vehicles is moving into a greener future, where consumers rely on electricity rather than gasoline. Knowing this, buying an electric car is exciting– like the future has arrived and is waiting in your driveway! It reflects society’s general push towards “smart” technology and an increasingly electricity-centered world. However, there are some downsides to being ahead of the curve, and many of them affect your wallet. In the short term, electric vehicles can be expensive and a little annoying when it comes to road trips– but in the long run, it looks like these nifty innovations are here for good.

Would you want to own an electric vehicle? If you already do, is it worth the cost? For more information, check out this helpful list of electric vehicle myths and facts from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.

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CK Electric is a veteran-owned and veteran-operated local electrician dedicated to serving Anne Arundel County, Baltimore County, Carroll County, Frederick County, Harford County, Howard County, Montgomery County, Prince George’s County, Washington County, Cecil County, Hagerstown, and Frederick, MD. We look forward to helping make your home a safer, brighter place!

Tips on Conserving Energy This Summer

Tips on Conserving Energy This Summer

From saving the planet to saving on your electricity bill, there are plenty of great reasons to start conserving energy this summer. In the season of full-blast air conditioners, family vacations, and afternoons spent hiding from the unforgiving sun, energy is a hot commodity– here are some tips on avoiding overuse of electricity.

Reset Your Thermostat

Chances are, your schedule will be going through some changes along with the weather. After school lets out and the sun stays up longer, you probably adjust your daily routine and habits. Just make sure you adjust your thermostat to match! Minimize your energy use by turning the A/C off when you know you’re not going to be in the house. If you live in an area where temperatures drop significantly after dark, consider only using your HVAC system during daylight hours. This will cut a huge chunk from your energy spending. Most importantly, never leave your A/C on when you leave for a trip! Set a reminder for yourself if you need to, or take advantage of any scheduling settings on your thermostat. 

Choose Camping, Not Glamping

While we love the idea of camping in style (“glamping”) as much as the next electricity company, living in the midst of nature for a couple days isn’t quite the same if you’re ensconced in a wifi-equipped cabin or tricked-out RV. Take the chance to use your campsite’s real firepit rather than a portable electric cooker and switch off the phone flashlight for a while. The less you take with you, the less you’ll risk leaving behind to impact the area. Be safe and be smart on your next family vacation!

Keep the Lights Off

Your household may or may not have that one member who goes around behind everyone switching off the lights, but those folks have the right idea! Summer is characterized by long days and short nights, so you should be using your overhead lights much less often than usual. Open the curtains and take advantage of the sun’s rays rather than reaching for the light switch. You’ll save money on your next electricity bill while conserving energy and brightening up your home.

Unplug

Last but not least, we could all use some time to unplug. Turn off the phones, TVs, tablets, laptops, Kindles, and smartwatches for an hour or two at least once every few days. Take an entire afternoon off from electronics if you feel like it– there’s a reason why mental health experts are urging us to do so. Step away from the addictive games and social media posts for a while and enjoy this time of year. We love all the convenience and boundless opportunity electricity has brought into our lives, but it’s important to remember that there’s more than just technology to experience. See how long you can go without using electricity– you might be surprised at how difficult (or maybe deceptively easy…) it can be!

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CK Electric is a veteran-owned and veteran-operated local electrician dedicated to serving Anne Arundel County, Baltimore County, Carroll County, Frederick County, Harford County, Howard County, Montgomery County, Prince George’s County, Washington County, Cecil County, Hagerstown, and Frederick, MD. We look forward to helping make your home a safer, brighter place!

5 Products Switching to Electric Power

5 Products Switching to Electric Power

Since the first implementation of electric lights in the late 19th century, electricity has taken over the world for its convenience and efficiency. Gas lights were rendered obsolete within decades, and we’ve seen a growing shift in power (no pun intended) ever since. Here are five products that have or are beginning to switch to electric power sources.

Vehicles

Although Back to the Future’s prediction that 21st century cars would run on garbage power has yet to come to fruition, cars and other gas-powered vehicles are manufactured to run on electricity more and more often. From Teslas to golf carts, the auto industry’s dependence on gasoline is gradually shrinking. This, possibly more than any other industry, is a big step towards eliminating humanity’s reliance on fossil fuels. There’s nowhere to go but up, and we hope this shift will have a significant positive impact on the environment.

Kitchen Appliances

This one, of course, is nothing new, but you can still find some gas-powered stoves in use. It’s hard to imagine a life where turning on the stove requires more than the flick of a dial. The switch to electric stoves took place less time ago than you may think. Only a few generations ago, iceboxes were the norm, and now we have fridges with smart screens embedded in the doors! Today, you’d be hard-pressed to find a kitchen appliance not plugged into the wall, but advances in smart tech and artificial intelligence have taken things a step further when it comes to home life.

Candles

Even the simplest household objects are subject to change! For safety reasons or avoidance of melting wax, many businesses and households choose electric battery-powered candles over real ones. Ever go to a restaurant and take a peek inside the candle holder? You’ve probably been met with a tiny “tea light” sporting an artificially “flickering” flame and an off switch. Some even change colors, because why not? Of course, real candles are still in use, but they’re often saved for particularly formal occasions, and sometimes only private ones now that the pandemic has made blowing out flames a bit of a health risk.

Fireplaces

Keeping with the theme, next up on our list are fireplaces and even fire pits. Electric fireplaces eliminate the need to buy and gather wood to feed the flames and can be lit with the flick of a dial. Kindling and firestarters are a bit unnecessary when you’ve got one of these, as are chimneys! Electric fire pits are also popular due to their mobility and lack of an ash pile. There’s no need to stick around waiting for a fire to burn out or flare up enough to provide warmth with electric fireplaces. Real ones do have the advantage of those wonderful woodsmoke scents, though…

Pianos

The world of music is leaning increasingly into EDM, or electronic dance music, as well as manufactured sound effects. You can play a full symphony on one electric keyboard. It’s difficult to say whether upright and studio pianos are more of a luxury than advanced keyboards, as the former are a bit less common and usually older while the latter offer a vast variety of functions. Although the first is certainly more aesthetically pleasing! If given the choice, which would you prefer?

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What You Can Do With New Electrical Wiring

What You Can Do With New Electrical Wiring

If it’s time for new electrical wiring– or even just a rewire of what’s already there– there are some pretty cool opportunities that arise. Been dreaming of an addition or outdoor remodel? Now might be the perfect time. We’re working on your system, so take advantage of the opportunity to implement a new construction project? Here are a few ideas to get your brain whirring! 

Garage Workshop

Perfect for the handy members of the family. A garage workshop is a great place to tinker and make repairs– or start a whole new project! If you’re gearing up for a workshop, you’ll need places to charge power tools and other equipment without dragging them indoors or running extension cords all over the place. New electrical wiring will allow you maximum efficiency and ease– not to mention safety!

Outdoor Kitchen

Have you been itching to spruce up your backyard patio? An outdoor kitchen is a stylish and delicious solution. From brick pizza ovens to grills, you’ll need something to cook on, and that often requires electrical work to be done. Plus, don’t forget about lighting! Turn your beautiful stone patio into a backyard oasis with a fully functional kitchen. Who needs the indoors when you’ve got a setup this awesome?

Exterior Charging

As we mentioned above, you probably own some machinery and tools that belong outside but still need to be charged. We can install outlets on your home’s exterior to allow for easy and convenient access to electricity. Even car manufacturers are becoming increasingly reliant on electricity over gas, and making the switch is a great way to help the environment. This includes motorbikes and electric scooters as well! Clearly, you wouldn’t be charging an electric vehicle inside the house, so those outdoor outlets are going to come in handy.

Ready for New Wiring?

Your new electrician wants to hear from you! Ask us about our electrical services through our quick online form here or give us a call at (252) 665-0418 for a free estimate. You can also email us at info@ckelectricllc.com. CK Electric is a veteran-owned and veteran-operated local electrician dedicated to serving Anne Arundel County, Baltimore County, Carroll County, Frederick County, Harford County, Howard County, Montgomery County, Prince George’s County, Washington County, Cecil County, Hagerstown, and Frederick, MD. We look forward to helping make your home a safer, brighter place!

What’s So Important About Electrical Wiring?

What’s So Important About Electrical Wiring?

Sometimes it seems like wiring simply exists to curl up in nast tangles until it resembles nothing so much as a pile of multicolored spaghetti, but in reality wiring issues can make a home or business unsafe. Here’s what’s so important about wiring.

What is Wiring Actually For?

Electrical wiring is made up of wires and various other parts like fuses, electrical sockets, lamps, etc. It serves to connect the various electrical appliances and equipment to your main board, distributing electricity to the different parts of your home.

When Does My Wiring Need Work?

If your home is undergoing a significant remodel or renovation, you’ll more likely than not need new wiring or rewiring services. Making big changes to your home will probably affect the system that runs through every room! New construction or additions have the same deal. You’ll also want to get your wiring checked out as soon as possible after any fire or water damage– remember, don’t turn your electricity back on after a flood if there’s any chance of damage. Always get your system inspected to stay safe.

Specific signs you might have faulty wiring include repeated electrical overloads, which occur when more power is transferred across a wire than its circuit can handle. The cutoff of power is not just irritating– it also increases the chances of your home experiencing an electrical fire or other serious electrical problem.

Why Should I Upgrade My Old Wiring?

Even if you’re not experiencing problems with your electricity, upgrading or replacing your wiring will bring several benefits. You’ll gain greater outlet capacity, the option to install new decorative lighting or outdoor electricity, the ability to install a new home entertainment system without needing multiple power strips, and can even choose to turn your garage into a workshop. We’ll work with you to assess your current wiring and determine the best way to make your home’s electrical output and wiring meet your vision, whatever it may be.

Need to Get Your Electrical Wiring Checked Out?

Your new electrician wants to hear from you! Ask us about our electrical services through our quick online form here or give us a call at (252) 665-0418 for a free estimate. You can also email us at info@ckelectricllc.com. CK Electric is a veteran-owned and veteran-operated local electrician dedicated to serving Anne Arundel County, Baltimore County, Carroll County, Frederick County, Harford County, Howard County, Montgomery County, Prince George’s County, Washington County, Cecil County, Hagerstown, and Frederick, MD. We look forward to helping make your home a safer, brighter place!

Introducing Wisetack

Introducing Wisetack

CK Electric is proud to work with Wisetack, a program that allows you to pay for your purchases in smaller installments rather than all at once. Their triad of goals aims to give every customer transparency, quality technology, and simplicity so you don’t have to worry about hidden fees or frustrating customer service issues. They focus on providing you with clear and efficient solutions, just like we do.

For You

Wisetack is a program created to help you pay for the things you need. Their products aren’t just for our benefit as a business– they’re here to serve you, too. It’s a great deal for all parties involved, saving time, money, and stress. On theirwebsite, Wisetack lists their core values as follows: 

  1. Customers first
  2. ‍Act. Fast.‍
  3. Ownership and accountability‍
  4. Pursue excellence‍
  5. Deliberate and open communication‍
  6. Operate with conviction‍
  7. Act with respect and humility
  8. Push hard and have fun

Wisetack is a company committed to taking problems with financing and creating simple solutions to make life better for all users, merchants and consumers alike. They started out on a solid basis and strive to keep improving as they move forward.

What Do They Do?

After you send in your application and get approved, Wisetack will provide you with up to six approved loan options. From there, you can choose the monthly payment amount that’s the best fit for your personal budget. Wisetack makes sure to outline each payment plan’s interest rate, time span, and terms in a clear and succinct way so there are no nasty surprises down the line. Better yet, there are no penalties, fees, or compounding interest. All the information you need is right there at your fingertips– view your options within seconds! To learn more, visit Wisetack’s website here.

Just as an FYI, checking your eligibility for a Wisetack loan and payment plan does NOT impact your credit score, so there’s no pressure!

Need Electrical Work Done?

Your new electrician wants to hear from you! Ask us about our electrical services through our quick online form here or give us a call at (252) 665-0418 for a free estimate. You can also email us at info@ckelectricllc.com. CK Electric is a veteran-owned and veteran-operated local electrician dedicated to serving Anne Arundel County, Baltimore County, Carroll County, Frederick County, Harford County, Howard County, Montgomery County, Prince George’s County, Washington County, Cecil County, Hagerstown, and Frederick, MD. We look forward to helping make your home a safer, brighter place!

Electricity in the Human Body

Electricity in the Human Body

We’re experts on electricity in homes and businesses, but it also plays a significant role in how humans function. Here’s a look at another way we use electricity in our everyday lives without even realizing it!

The Nervous System

The main components of the nervous system are the brain, spinal cord, and nerves. These all work together in order to take in sensory details, send the input to the brain, and transfer the resulting decision to the muscles to cause movement. In short, the nervous system functions as a communication network with the brain as the administrator. It allows us to process sensory stimuli– everything from temperature to texture– and act based on our environment.

Message Received

Here’s where electricity comes in. The human body contains trillions of neurons– nerves– that act as a lightning-quick transportation system between the brain, spinal cord, muscles, etc. Even within the body, communication is key! 

Sensory input and directions from the brain are encoded into electrical signals, also known as nerve impulses, that travel from neuron to neuron. The message reaches a neuron’s dendrites, branch-like structures surrounding the nucleus, and travels the axon, the main body of the neuron, to the axon terminal. The terminal transmits the electrical signal to the connecting neuron’s dendrites and the cycle continues. This process occurs every time we so much as take a step or raise an eyebrow!

Irregularities

Just like the environmental electrical systems we’re used to, the nervous system’s functioning can experience disruptions. Injuries, illnesses, and other toxins affect nerve impulses and can dampen or overstimulate their functioning. 

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Five Occasions You Should Have Your Electrical System Inspected

Five Occasions You Should Have Your Electrical System Inspected

It’s better to be safe than sorry, and it can be difficult to tell what’s a significant risk without proper training. Don’t compromise on your family’s safety– check this list of the top ten occasions you should have your home inspected for electrical issues.

You’re Moving

When trying to sell your home, it’s important to make sure everything is in good shape for prospective owners. Home inspections are almost always required anyway, and faulty wiring or other electrical issues won’t fly– make sure you can tell buyers the property is comfortable and safe.

Toddlers at Home

Anyone who’s had kids knows that toddlers get into everything they can get their hands on! It’s common to “baby-proof” a home before a birth, but once your child is able to crawl, walk, and– gulp– run, they’re going to be able to reach many more places. Make sure all outlets are childproofed and electric appliances are out of reach. Have your home inspected for any issues to ensure your home is as safe as possible for your growing family.

The Holidays

It’s no secret that homeowners can go a little overboard with the holiday lights– but that’s part of the fun! With that said, never overload circuits or compromise on outlet capacity for an extra string of snowflake bulbs. If you’re unsure what your home can handle or concerned that your electrical system is a little worse for wear, consult an expert electrician for any questions.

After a Flood

Flooding poses a significant threat to your electrical system and often causes failures. The water corrodes wiring and may result in other damages to electrical equipment if it contains chemicals and other debris. Most importantly, if your home undergoes flooding, don’t turn on your appliances or interact with anything involving electricity, especially when anything in the vicinity is wet. The minerals water contains are a dangerous conductor of electricity– always contact a professional electrician if flooding might have affected your system.

Any Signs of Damage

This one’s a no-brainer. There are many signs your electrical system may have a problem, and all should be taken seriously. If you notice smoke, shocks, a burning smell, or buzzing coming from an outlet or switch, have your home inspected for electrical issues. For a full list of signs you could have an electrical problem, visit our page here.

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