March 2012: Residential

 

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

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


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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.

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| March 2012
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

| 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,

| 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.

| March 2012
It wasn’t long ago when flashing digital clocks were the most likely power-quality-related effect of an interruption.

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