How many champagne corks popping it would take to power the Times Square Ball that’s dropped on New Year’s Eve? The Ball is a geodesic sphere, 12 feet in diameter, and weighs 11,875 pounds.
It’s inevitable – you have a tripped breaker at the worst time. Just as the Christmas tree is being decorated, bang out goes the breaker. If you haven’t ever looked inside your electrical panel, there are switches called breakers.
Whether it’s hot or cold outside, the electrical wiring in your home or business is affected by the weather.
Many homeowners are confused when they throw the switch for their elaborate Christmas light displays only to plunge their entire home into darkness. To understand why Christmas lights, trip the circuit breaker, you’ll need to understand how circuit breakers work.
Especially in the hot New Jersey summers, overheating can cause an LED to be less efficient and burn out faster. The professionals at Mikulka Electric are happy to discuss your options. We can make sure that the fixtures you are using will not adversely affect your LED bulbs.
An average of 770 fires are caused by Christmas lights every year, according to the National Fire Protection Association. Christmas lights can pose a major hazard inside and outside your home. Here’s how to prevent a potential disaster.
An electrical technician plays a crucial role in the electricity market that cannot be ignored.
Residential properties, apartment complexes, shopping malls and others may have buried private electric lines that serve to power, among other things, yard or parking lot lighting, pool heaters or pumps.
Do you have electrical or communications devices that a ladder cannot reach? Mikulka Electrical Services located in New Jersey provides bucket truck services for any industrial, commercial, or even residential services.