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September 26th, 2022

The More You Know: Trivia About Electricity

Everyone is talking about electrical power these days, with the cost of fuel being so high and more demand than ever on New York City’s power grid. Want to join the conversation? Here’s some interesting trivia about electricity that you can use to liven up the chat. And some of it may even remind you

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September 12th, 2022

What Are the Benefits of Smart Meters?

Residents of New York City have been hearing more about smart meters lately. But if you’re not sure what to expect with a switch from old-fashioned meters, or if you’ve wondered, “What are the benefits of smart meters?” this post has the information you need. We give you a brief overview of how smart meters

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August 29th, 2022

The New York Electrical Grid: Technology and Changes for the Future

New York City was a pioneer in the use of electrical power when it was first harnessed for residences and businesses. However, the New York electrical grid is now showing its age, and city residents are dealing with many problems when it comes to their power. Here’s a look at the issue, as well as

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August 15th, 2022

Outdoor Lighting Problems and Solutions

Even in brightly lit New York City, outdoor lighting is vital for practicality, safety, and aesthetics. However, outdoor lighting problems can range from nuisance issues to failures that threaten the security of your building’s occupants. Here are some of the most frequent reasons our clients call us for outdoor lighting concerns and the solutions to

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August 1st, 2022

Different Types of Electrical Wall Switches: Which One Should You Choose

Whether you’re upgrading a property with more switches or replacing an old broken switch, a trip to the hardware store will make you choose between many different types of electrical wall switches. Confused by all the options? Here’s an easy explanation about what each kind of switch does, so you can select the one that’s

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July 18th, 2022

Breaker Constantly Tripping? 4 Causes and Solutions

One of the most common service calls we get at Bolt Electric is for a breaker constantly tripping, often in one of New York City’s older pre-war buildings. As much as this situation can be a headache, it’s also a potential sign of danger and electrical fire risk. Here are four reasons why your circuit

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July 5th, 2022

Outlets and Switches Not Working: Troubleshooting Electrical Power Issues

Electrical power issues in New York City multi-residential properties are common, especially in pre-war buildings, but they can be a real hassle for condo owners, maintenance staff, and landlords. Here’s why you may find outlets and switches not working in your property and what you can try to remedy the situation. Causes of Outlets and

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June 20th, 2022

Save Money on Electric Bills: Tips to Conserve Energy and Cut Costs

With energy costs going through the roof lately, people across New York City are eager to conserve energy and reduce their expenses with Con Edison. Fortunately, there are tons of ways you can cut back on electricity consumption without feeling a pinch. If you want to save money on electric bills, tips from the experts

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June 6th, 2022

Emergency Exit Signs and Lighting: What Are Your Requirements as a NYC Property Owner?

If you own or manage a property in New York City, your tenants’ safety is in your hands. Therefore, it’s essential to understand your requirements regarding emergency exit signs and lighting. Here are the basics you need to know about which buildings need special signs, backup power, lighting requirements and placement, and testing of your

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May 23rd, 2022

History of Electricity in Homes: The Modern Devices That Changed Our Power Needs

Many New York City residents live in pre-war apartment buildings. While these properties are often highly desirable for their architectural details, high ceilings, and hardwood floors, they can present a problem when it comes to electrical systems. The history of electricity in homes reviewed here shows that our electrical needs have changed greatly over the

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