Monday, May 28, 2012

Nora LED Tapelight.m4v


Nora Lighting's LED Tapelight is available in three styles: Color Changing RGB, Hight Output and Standard. All Nora LED Tapelight is separable every 12" and can be easily disconnected and reconnected without soldering. In addition, it is also field cuttable every 6 LEDs. Sold in 16ft. rolls, 12", 6" and 4" segments, LED Tapelight comes standard with pre-applied 3M Tape for trouble-free mounting. As with all LED sources, there is no UV light or infrared wavelengths.

Friday, May 25, 2012

Nora Lighting Quick Learn: LED Puck Lights


LED linkable Puck Lights for cabinet, display, and niche lighting. Save 75% on energy vs halogen and xenon puck lights.

Tuesday, May 22, 2012

Thomas Lighting


Learn more about the wide range of light fixtures available from Thomas Lighting. Take a look at their chandeliers, indoor and outdoor lights. Thomas Lighting offers a wide variety of modern and stylish interior lighting solutions. May it be for your Bathroom, Bedroom or living room illumination. UpscaleLighting.com offers all the currently available designer lights from Thomas Lighting.

Saturday, May 19, 2012

Wednesday, May 16, 2012

Legrand: Mini Experience Center in Ontario, Canada


An overview of Legrand's new mini Experience Center in Ontario, Canada featuring selected Legrand products including commercial, industrial, and residential products.

Thursday, May 10, 2012

Cablofil: Conduit is a Waste of Time


See how Cablofil Wire Mesh Cable Tray beats conduit, reducing time and installation costs. Learn more at http://www.legrand.us/cablofil.aspx

Monday, May 7, 2012

Whats New for Your Home by Thomas Lighting


Prestige Collection by Thomas Lighting. Design and Style in the market place. What lighting can do for your home. Hear from Thomas Lighting Designer Tracy Koziol. http://www.lightingcatalog.com/Brands.aspx?brand=Thomas%20Lighting

Friday, May 4, 2012

How to Choose a Good Electrician


Electrical work is dangerous and should not be done by you or a non-licensed electrician. Whenever you have problems with your electrical issues, you always hire an emergency electrician, that you often find in yellow pages or from someone you knew. And one of the best ways to be certain that the electrician is thoroughly equipped to handle the job is to ask questions while getting the estimate. You can accomplish this by making sure that you provided the electrician with an adequate and detailed overview of your needs.
When it comes to choosing an electrician, always choose a licensed, bonded professional electrician who has lots of experience and knowledge to do all the electrical projects correctly. We all know that electrician is really expensive because they are performing dangerous task. Never choose a contractor with a low hourly rate because an inexperienced and non-licensed electrician can just perform a sloppy work that might end up spending more money and worse an accident. Any outdoor electrical work requires a professional electrician. A potential danger can be avoided if you get the problem checked and fixed. You are aware that most electrical fires start because some homeowners did not pay attention or did not take the problem seriously. Always remember that it is better to get it resolved before it is too late.
One of the great ways to find a reputable electrician is from your relative or friends. You can check with your community board of licensing if there are complaints made. And if you find out there are no complaints, check all the services the electrician offer. You can check also on the internet if the electrician has a website that lists their qualifications and all the services.
Now that you know all the necessary information on how to find a qualified electrician, you'll surely fix all the electrical repairs at home safely. But always remember a good electrician never discuss or diagnose the problem over the phone. A professional electrician makes a home visit to troubleshoot the problem while explaining to you what they are doing. It is also important to remember when looking for a licensed electrician to complete all the work you need to have done. And always go for the quality and safety of their work.


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Tuesday, May 1, 2012

Pass & Seymour: What is a GFCI?


Learn what is a GFCI (Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter), how does it work and how to test it from Bill Timmons the Legrand/Pass & Seymour Residential Marketing Manager.