March 2010: Residential Special Report


In February 2010, two record-breaking, back-to-back snowstorms pounded the Mid-Atlantic region. Officially, the Washington,...

Homeowners have often dreamed of small-scale devices that can be installed on their roofs...

The second annual Osram Sylvania (Danvers, Mass.) Socket Survey reveals a paradox in Americans’...

Electrical contractors and independent wiring companies have been installing communication wiring in homes since...

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| March 2010
Traditionally, when electrical contractors (ECs) needed supervisors to manage work crews and serve as their company’s contact person on work sites, they promoted their best jo

| March 2010
Expanding electrical systems for existing residential, commercial and industrial facilities can be an expensive and difficult endeavor, unless the electrician, electrical con

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| March 2010
Baby boomers have never been satisfied with the status quo; they challenge everything in their paths, including retirement.

| March 2010
Even though home automation technology has been around for decades, the opportunity it represents for electrical contractors right now is phenomenal.

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| March 2010
The first edition of the National Electrical Code (NEC) was developed in 1897. Including the 2008 edition, there are 51 editions.