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What to Do When the Power Goes Out in the Winter

Published on: October 25, 2013 By: Oozle Media

Fall is upon us, and winter is fast approaching. With Utah’s unrelenting snow storms and unpredictable weather, there’s always a chance that the power will go out. Be prepared if this situation should arise, and know exactly how you are going to react. First reaction  Before you start to overreact, make sure that you haven’t…

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Tips for Organizing Electrical Cords

Published on: August 2, 2013 By: Oozle Media

With some many electronics, devices, and systems that require wires and electrical cords running across the house, your electrical cables are bound to turn into a ridiculous mess. Besides being a huge headache when it comes time to move something or add something, that mess of cords can be a fire hazard as well. This…

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Unique Lighting for Office Spaces

Published on: July 17, 2013 By: Oozle Media

Electric office lighting can seem so homogeneous at times. The same incandescent ceiling lights and boring fixtures hanging in the same way in every office space you enter. It seems as if there is some sort of standard office lighting package that comes along with every office. Of course, the lighting is usually installed in the building…

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Getting Plugged-In: The Differences Between Countries’ Wall Outlets

Published on: April 26, 2013 By: Oozle Media

Anyone who has traveled to another country has been frustrated, confused, or just plain angry with the electricity systems and various different wall outlets around the world. It was best explained by Gizmodo author John Herrman, in his comical article entitled, “Why Every Country Has a Different F#$%ing Plug.” “If you buy a phone charger at…

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Running Wire Through Walls

Published on: March 31, 2013 By: Oozle Media

If you’re looking to install a new sound system for your television and want to keep unattractive wiring from decorating your home, snaking wire through your walls or floors is the safest option for you. Planning To begin, plan to run your wire a safe distance away from any existing electrical wires to avoid any…

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