March 2012: Residential

 

“If you’re not in the room, why are the lights on?” my mom used to ask.

“When one door closes, another opens,” Alexander Graham Bell said.


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March 2012
According to the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE), the average energy use per home per year costs $2,000. With 110 million homes in the country, that’s a large sum of money. READ MORE
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With the proliferation of electrical and electronic medical equipment in general care or critical care patient bed locations of a hospital, the number of branch circuits nece READ MORE
March 2012
The security industry has penetrated 20 percent of residences and has remained constant at that level for years, according to Mark Ingram, president, Visonic Inc., Bloomfield, READ MORE
March 2012
In part 1 of this series, I showed you one method of selecting mutual funds and reviewed some basic factors to consider in choosing investments. READ MORE
March 2012
It wasn’t long ago when flashing digital clocks were the most likely power-quality-related effect of an interruption. READ MORE

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