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September 21st, 2020

Troubleshooting Multiple Electrical Outlets Not Working

At Bolt Electric, we get frequent calls from New York City landlords and property managers for home and office outlet problems. One of the most common is for multiple electrical outlets not working. The causes for this range from easily fixed nuisance issues to dangerous electrical wiring and circuit panel malfunctions. Let’s take a look

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September 3rd, 2020

Smart Apartment Technologies to Know in 2020

In today’s world, time is at a premium for most people. Enter smart apartment technology for city dwellers who not only want more convenience but more minutes in the day to devote to the things that mean the most to them. Smart living has evolved from push-button window treatments to appliances that are connected to

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August 24th, 2020

What Causes Lights to Flicker? When Is It Time to Call the Electrician?

Whether you own a single-family home or manage a large residential or commercial property in New York City, flickering lights are a common problem. The cause can range from small nuisance-level issues to fire hazards that require immediate attention from a licensed electrician. Here are some common answers to the question “What causes lights to

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August 10th, 2020

4 Most Common Electrical Problems and Solutions

New York City property owners and managers deal with many concerns, but perhaps few are more troublesome than electrical issues. Single-family homes, large apartment buildings, and commercial properties all have their share of issues in this department. Here’s a look at some of the most common electrical problems and solutions we see at Bolt Electric, so

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July 20th, 2020

Why Outdated and Unsafe Electrical Panels Should Be Replaced

As an owner or manager of the property in New York City, it is your job to ensure the safety of the building’s occupants. Whether it’s your own family or tenants who rent from you, their wellbeing is in your hands. Therefore, it’s essential you perform the repairs necessary to maintain safety, including electrical panel

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July 9th, 2020

Submetered Electricity: How It Benefits Tenants and Landlords

For landlords and managers of New York City buildings with renters or condo owners, how you handle utility billing can be a headache… or a breeze. Here’s a look at how submetered electric power may make life easier for both tenants and landlords. And why installing electrical submetering probably makes sense for your property. In

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June 30th, 2020

Energy Saving Tips for Apartments: Replacing Old Light Bulbs with the Most Energy-Efficient Light Bulbs

If you own or manage an apartment building in New York City, lighting in public spaces falls under your responsibility. Did you know you can save money and help your building conserve energy by a simple measure like swapping out the light bulbs in your fixtures? Here are some tips for replacing old light bulbs

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June 8th, 2020

Power Failure Emergency Lights for Apartment/Condo Buildings: Light That Comes on When Power Goes Out

A blackout in New York City can be more than a nuisance. If you own or manage an apartment or condominium building, loss of power means tenants could be without lights. An outage leaves your building unsafe and you may be at risk for legal consequences if someone gets hurt. Here’s what you need to

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March 20th, 2020

Emergency Exit Signs Requirements: Everything You Should Know as a Property Manager

As a property manager in New York City, many decisions will be left up to your discretion. However, emergency exit signs requirements are strictly legislated, so it’s vital to make sure every property you manage is in compliance. Failure to do so can result in citations, fines, and worse, loss of life and legal liability

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