Sunday, August 26, 2012

adorne: How to Plan your Under-Cabinet Lighting System



Learn how to easily plan a complete adorne Under-Cabinet Lighting System installation to add power, lighting and music in your kitchen.

Thursday, August 23, 2012

RadioRA 2 is a wireless total home control system By: Lutron


RadioRA 2 is a wireless total home control system. This energy-saving system gives you the ability to adjust the amount of daylight and electric light (using light controls and automated shades) as well as temperature in a single room or throughout your whole home. The system also turns off standby power to small appliances when they’re not in use.


Saturday, August 18, 2012

Customer Testimonials

                          Testimonials                                    
Vacaville Electric does outstanding work. From start to finish quality work was completed in a timely manner. Their attention to detail throughout the project, additional suggestions and helpful tips were appreciated. All expectations were exceeded.

Vacaville Electric will get the call next time I need any electrical work.

Thanks guys!
Wendy from Vacaville
Tom Jackson of Vacaville Electric is not only knowledgeable in his field, but very professional and great to work with. I had a minor job that I had started myself and since I was dealing with electricity, I did not want to take any chances! I called Tom and he came right out to help me complete the task.

The "mood" is now set for my next dinner party!

Thanks,
J. Massa, Vacaville
We have used Vacaville Electric numerous times on various types of electrical, from service work to start and finish work and on all projects there has been no complaints and on the majority of the work done, we have been complimented for their response time, quality of work and excellent relations on working with the public. I highly recommend this company for any and all of your electrical needs.

Ron Batch
Construction Services Inc. (CSI)

Wednesday, August 15, 2012

We're Hiring!


Vacaville ElectricInsured & Bonded: License #936815

707-448-VACA (8222)


1011 Mason Street, Suite 9
Vacaville, California 95688

Cell: 707-398-1367
Fax: 707-469-9861


Email: tom@vacavilleelectric.net

Sunday, August 12, 2012

MODA LIGHT Exhibits at GLOBALSHOP 2010



Global Shop 2010 held in Las Vegas was a great success. The first and certainly not the last time MODA will be there. MODA was in full force with our large lounge style booth displaying probably the world's brightest LED down light collection. If you stopped by our booth, thank you. We hope you enjoyed the experience just as we did! See you next year at Global Shop 2011!

Wednesday, August 8, 2012

Universal Sensors



Leviton offers a wide selection of occupancy and vacancy sensors for residential and commercial applications. From wall and ceiling mounted to wall switch and wireless, Leviton sensors provide smart energy saving solutions for both indoor and outdoor use.

New to the Residential offering is a selection of Universal Sensors. This new sensor line combines state-of-the-art technology with a sleek new look to provide optimal management of lighting and motor loads and a choice of either Manual-ON (Vacancy Sensor) or Automatic-ON (Occupancy Sensor) switching. These energy-saving sensors are engineered to control current LED, CFL, incandescent and halogen loads.

Sunday, August 5, 2012

Are All Electricians the Same?


The easy answer to this question is no, all electricians are not the same. This is true on two fronts, firstly each electrician may be a specialist in a particular area, and secondly, every electrician like any other tradesmen or professional have individual skills and personality traits that may make them more or less attractive to you.
For many people, choosing an electrician is as simple as ringing up the first number in the Yellow Pages, but for other more savvy consumers the choice involves a little more research to ensure that they get value for money and the right expertise for the job. It is true that a qualified electrician will be equipped to take on the task at hand with relative ease, but where job is a more complex one you may wish to ensure that the person you'll be hiring is not only able to perform the job competently but also be able to understand your particular requirements and be able to communicate effectively with you.
Let's take a look at the various types of electricians which will make your understanding of the trade more complete.
* Household electricians. This group of tradespeople are the most common electricians and will be the ones listed most prominently in local newspapers. They will be qualified to perform most of the jobs you need to have done around the house and will be able to offer a complete rewiring service if necessary.
* Construction electricians. As you would expect, this specialist group of tradespeople work in the housing industry construction area and are normally private contractors who work with developers and builders during the construction of a housing estate.
* Auto electricians. Once again, as the name implies, auto electricians specialise in car electrics and will often be called upon to perform the more complex tasks required during car maintenance or, in some cases, car stereo systems.
* Electrical fitters. This group of electricians usually work in the installation and maintenance of electrical systems in large industrial type instalments. This is a specialist area which requires physical endurance as they may have to work in confined spaces and an unusual hours.
* Maintenance electricians. Maintenance electricians usually work in large factories or manufacturing plants maintaining equipment and removing old equipment and installing replacements.
* Mining electricians. With their natural resources boom in Australia, many opportunities have arisen in mines for specialist tradespeople including electricians. These electricians usually specialise in the types of equipment used in large mining concerns including machinery and underground cabling.
* Electrical engineers. Typically, an electrical engineer is qualified through the completion of an appropriate university degree and is quite separate from the normal electrical tradespeople. They will be involved with the design of electrical installations and will also work alongside other professional engineers in complex electrical services project work.
This brief summary will give you a better idea of how the electrical trade is divided into various specialties and give you an insight into the broad spectrum of work they perform.


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Thursday, August 2, 2012

We Service Your Electrical Panel - Vacaville Electric


Tom talks about the dangers of not servicing your electrical panel. Give them a call for a free inspection at 707-448-8222 or see more at http://www.vacavilleelectric.net