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June 21st, 2021

Single- Vs. Three-Phase Electricity: What’s the Difference Between the Two?

As a property owner or manager in New York City, you may have heard discussions about single- vs. three-phase electricity. Unless you work in electrical contracting, you might be wondering what’s the difference between the two. You may have even been told by Con Edison, the power utility for the city, that you need one

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June 7th, 2021

What Are the Benefits of LED Lights? Practical Applications

If you’ve seen or heard people raving about LED bulbs, you may have wondered, “What are the benefits of LED lights?” In this post, the experts at Bolt Electric of New York City explain the advantages of these lights for property owners and managers. LED lights are not only energy-efficient and cost-effective. They also offer

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May 24th, 2021

Landscape Lighting Trends for 2021

With summer nearly upon us, thoughts turn from cozy winter indoor lighting to landscape lighting for the outdoors. Whether you own a single-family home or manage a large New York City property, the following landscape lighting trends will inspire you to make your outside spaces safer, more inviting, and fashionable. Linear LED Lighting For clear

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May 10th, 2021

What Are the Emergency Lighting Testing Requirements in NYC?

If your New York City property has emergency lighting, it’s essential to make sure it’s functioning properly at all times. This is true for apartment buildings, educational facilities, hotels, places of assembly, retail outlets, and other business structures. In this post, we explain the details of emergency lighting testing requirements in NYC, so you can

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April 26th, 2021

Increase Safety and Convenience with Automatic Light Switches in Your Property

If you own or manage a property, whether a single-family home, a large apartment building, or an office space, you should look into automatic light switches. These handy and affordable switches are ideal for increasing safety, and they make tenants’ lives easier while saving you money. What Are Automatic Light Switches? Hands-free convenience and security

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April 12th, 2021

The More You Know: AC vs. DC Electricity

You probably see the words AC or DC power virtually every day without thinking about their meaning. But it’s helpful to know the difference between AC vs. DC electricity and why both types of power are still in use. Here’s a quick science refresher on the two, so you understand how they work when it comes

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March 18th, 2021

Are Your Exterior Lights on at Night? Install a Photocell Fixture

If you keep the exterior lights on at night for your New York City property, you may be faced with a variety of challenges. One solution that solves multiple problems is to install an exterior lights photocell fixture where your outside lights are placed. Bolt Electric explains the benefits of this type of exterior night

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March 4th, 2021

Light Switch Dimmers: Are All Dimmers Equal?

If you’re choosing dimmer switches for your property, you might be surprised to learn you have many more options than you imagined. Here’s a look at the different types of light switch dimmers. With this information, you can select the model that best serves your needs for a particular location. Whether you’re a landlord or

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February 18th, 2021

Breaker Keeps Tripping? 6 Most Common Causes

Whether you are a single-family homeowner or the manager of a large property, a breaker that keeps tripping is a nuisance. Sometimes, a breaker that shuts off repeatedly is a sign of something dangerous. Here are the six most common causes of a tripping breaker. When you know what may be behind your issue, you

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February 4th, 2021

Light Switch Stopped Working? Troubleshooting a Faulty Wall Switch

A light switch that isn’t working is a constant nuisance, whether you’re a tenant, a landlord, or a property manager. In some cases, a light switch that has stopped working may also be a sign of a fire hazard. Therefore, it’s important to address this issue as soon as possible. Here are some pro tips

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