Electrical Safety: What You Need To Know Before Working On Your Home’s Wiring

Though we all use electricity in our homes, we sometimes underrate the level of hazards it can cause. Electricity can pose serious threats, ranging from electric shocks to fire outbreaks. Even a household current of 120V can cause electrocution. However, you can prevent them by following electrical safety rules. The National Electrical Code recommends the … Read more

How Do You Wire a 4-Way Switch?

You can wire a 4-way switch using two pairs of 3-way switches, a four-way switch and an NM cable, or traveler wires if it is conduit wiring. But you must be familiar with 3-way switch wiring for the intermediate switch to work. To learn how to wire a 3-way light switch, visit our last tutorial. … Read more

How to Wire a 3-Way Light switch

You may be new to electrical wiring but wish to wire a 3-way light switch. 3-way switch wiring is harder than a single pole. It is the interconnection of two or more switches. 3-way light control helps in hallways and large rooms to ON/OFF the lights from two locations. But the wiring is more complex … Read more

The Complete Guide to House Electrical Wiring.

House electrical wiring is a way of connecting wires to related devices like switches, circuit breakers, sockets, distribution boards, and then linking them to a utility pole for power supply. A licensed electrician who understands electrical diagrams and safety standards does this. During installations, he considers the loads, operating voltage, and national electrical code requirements … Read more

The 9 Best Safety Gloves for Electricians

Working in an electrical system requires an electrician rubber glove and sleeve, this is to prevent electric shock and other hazards. Electrician gloves offer hand protection against abrasions, burns, arc flashes, puncture wounds, and electrocution. It also protects you from hazardous substances such as chemicals. Since the work glove is the only barrier between you … Read more