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Replacing Outdated Ceiling Fans

When I was a teenager, my family moved into a spacious farmhouse. The lovely blue, wooden home contained grand cathedral ceilings in the great room. Because the ceilings in this room were so high, the room was often hard to cool during the summer months. So, my parents installed ceiling fans in this beautiful space. Now that the home is over twenty years old, my parents need to replace their outdated ceiling fans. However, my dad doesn’t have any experience replacing light fixtures. Do you want to remove an old, malfunctioning ceiling fan in your home, but don’t know how to safely accomplish the task? On this blog, you will discover the benefits of hiring an electrician to replace light fixtures in your home. Enjoy!

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Electrical Advice: 5 Tips For Keeping Your Household Wires Tangle-Free

With technology comes wires and plugs. Laptops, cell phones, appliances, and more all need to be plugged in order to charge or operate. A single wire isn't a big deal, but multiple wires can be. Over time, they can tangle up and before you know it, you have a big mess of wires. Fortunately, with a little planning you can avoid having tangled wires.

Here are five helpful tips for keeping the wires in your home tangle-free:

1. Twist Ties

A lot of electronic gadgets come with twist ties to help keep them in the package. However, you can also find twist ties on tortilla and bread bags. These little bits of wire might seem useless, but they can be very helpful in keeping wires tangle-free. You can use them to color coordinate objects, make wires shorter, or even group several wires together. Just twist them around the wires and you're done.

2. Binder Clips

Another handy choice for managing wires is binder clips. These handy clips can be clipped to almost anything, including desks. This makes them very useful for keeping wires where they should be: up and off the floor. Just thread the wire through the metal handles of the clip and attach it to whatever you want.

3. Bread Clip

You can also use regular bread clips to manage your wires. You can use the clips to coordinate wires, identify them, and keep them tidy. You can use colors to coordinate the wires or even write on the clips with a permanent marker. When you're done, attach them to the wire and you're done. Now you won't have to worry about unplugging the wrong gadget.

4. Toilet Rolls

If you want to conceal wires and organize them, consider using toilet paper rolls. You could also use paper towel rolls or wrapping paper rolls—whatever you have handy. Carefully wrap the wires up and insert them into the rolls for storage. If you want to use them to conceal wires, simply plug the wire in, insert it into the tube, and plug it into the device. If the roll isn't something you want to look at either, wrap it in a decorative paper.

5. Install More Outlets

Finally, you might want to consider installing more outlets. If all of your outlets are filled to the brim with electronics, it's messy and dangerous. You can do this yourself; however, it is usually better to hire a professional to install the outlets for you.

Keeping your electronic wires tangle-free might seem like an arduous task, but it doesn't have to be. Use these tips and the advice of an electrician like Global Electric & Lighting Inc to help keep your home, and wires, neat and tidy.