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Specializing in residential and commercial electrical services, We are Glendale Electricians & Scottsdale Electricians 

Specializing in residential and commercial electrical services, We are Glendale Electricians & Scottsdale Electricians 

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Panel Upgrades

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Want to cut back on your energy bill? We can help!

Ceiling Fan Install

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 Did you know installing a ceiling fan can make the room feel 5 degrees cooler?





You can then raise the temperature on your air conditioning to achieve more comfort in your home.

 Put some ease on your pocketbook, and install ceiling fans in your most frequently used rooms for maximum comfort. 

  A typical central air conditioning unit uses 3,500 watts of energy when running, the average ceiling fan uses only 60 watts — even when running on high. That means if running your ceiling fan all day allows you to cut down on your AC usage — even by just a half hour a day — you could feasibly save a lot of money over time.

As in winter, remember that the whole point of climate control is to keep you at a comfortable temperature, not the dishes in your cabinets or clothes in your closets. And ceiling fans can help with that tremendously. Give us a call today to schedule an estimate.  

Motion Sensor Install

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Motion sensors are the perfect solution for left-on lights. They turn off automatically so you don’t waste electricity. 




Motion sensors (occupancy sensors) automatically turn lights on and off so you only get (and pay for!) light when you need it. Using motion sensors can save you $100 per year. Some motion sensors need to be manually turned on but turn off automatically. They’re great for bedrooms because they won’t turn on when you move in your sleep.

Some switches are installed in junction boxes; others are wireless. You can also buy light fixtures with built-in motion sensors. 

Use timers to control bath fans so the fan will run for a preset time to air out the room and then automatically turn off. You can set the length of time you want the fan to run. Be sure the timer you buy is rated for motors, not just lighting (check the label).

Water Heater Timers

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A timer turns on the water heater only when you need it, so you don’t waste electricity heating and reheating water that sits in the tank. 



If you only use an electric water heater at certain times of the day, You’re wasting electricity keeping the water hot 24/7. To solve that problem, install an electronic timer switch. Timers are available for 120- and 240-volt heaters. They can be programmed for daily or weekly schedules so you only heat the water when you need it. A timer can save you $25 per year.

To make your water heater even more efficient, drain the tank and flush out the sediment at the bottom. Otherwise, you could be heating through inches of sediment before heating the water.

If your electric water heater is warm or hot to the touch, it’s losing heat. Wrap it with an insulating blanket.

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