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Zinsco Circuit Breakers on Sale

2012 November 1
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by Electric Company of Seattle

Attention: Electricians, Home Owners and Apartment Managers

Contact us now for a huge selection of all of the hard to find Zinsco Circuit Breakers at special pricing.

All breakers come with fast free shipping and a one year guaranty!

Free local delivery in Seattle, Bellevue, Kirkland, Redmond, Lynnwood, Everett and surrounding areas.

Call (206) 633-3896 or email service@elcose.com.

We accept Master Card, Visa, American Express and Discover cards.

Expert Troubleshooting and Repairs

2012 July 20
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by Electric Company of Seattle

We quickly Troubleshoot and Repair Electrical Problems

Troubleshooting Electrical Problems by Expert Electricians


Main Electrical Panel Repairs

2012 July 20
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by Electric Company of Seattle

We Troubleshoot and Repair problems in Electrical Panels

We Troubleshoot, Repair, and Replace older Electrical Panels

 

Good Electricians are Fire Prevention Specialists!

2011 March 31
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by Electric Company of Seattle

We’re on Facebook!

2011 March 28
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by Electric Company of Seattle

You can follow The Electric Company of Seattle on Facebook. Click the link for a chance at special offers and more.

The Electric Company of Seattle Facebook Fan Page

 

Electrical Safety in Your Home

2011 March 28
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by Electric Company of Seattle

Protect your family and your home by staying alert for common signs that you may have a dangerous electrical problem in your home. Some of these signs include:

  • If your power goes out a lot or the lights in your home flicker, smell bad or make noise, have an electrician come to inspect your wiring.
  • Outlets near water sources, such as those in your kitchen and bathroom should have a Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter (GFCI) built in. This can protect you from a dangerous shock when using an electrical device in a wet or damp environment.
  • All electrical outlets and switches should be covered by faceplates to prevent accidental contact with the side or back of the device.
  • Ensure that the electrical cord on any plug-in device is in good condition. If in doubt, buy a replacement or have the device repaired.
  • Smoke detectors that are hard wired and connected together are a great investment. They will notify you in case of a fire by sounding an alarm in all parts of the house.
  • Electric in-wall heaters should be vacuumed two times a year to prevent the buildup of combustibles on the heating elements.