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  1. jacquelinegoff says:

    Energy efficiency tip of the day…

    Adjust light level. Higher light settings use more energy, so save energy by using dimmer controls, high/low switches or three-way bulbs to adjust the level of light to exactly what you need.

    Coastal Living Electrical, LLC.
    EC13005284
    Phone: 239-368.9944
    Fax : 239-368.9943
    Info@CoastalLivingElectrical.com
    http://www.CoastalLivingElectrical.com
    ~~Sea the Difference~~

  2. Energy efficiency tip of the day…

    Use ceiling fans for air circulation. In hot weather, set the ceiling fan direction to blow air down. The air moving across your skin creates a cooling effect, allowing you to raise the temperature on your thermostat and still feel cool. In cold weather, set the fan to blow toward the ceiling. This pushes warm air away from the ceiling and evenly distributes heat in the room.

    Coastal Living Electrical, LLC.
    EC13005284
    Phone: 239-368-9944
    Fax : 239-368.9943
    Info@CoastalLivingElectrical.com
    http://www.CoastalLivingElectrical.com
    ~~Sea the Difference~~

  3. jacquelinegoff says:

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    Coastal Living Electrical, LLC.
    EC13005284
    Phone: 239-368-9944
    Fax : 239-368.9943
    Info@CoastalLivingElectrical.com
    http://www.CoastalLivingElectrical.com
    ~~Sea the Difference~~

  4. Jacqueline Goff says:

    Energy efficiency tip of the day…

    Use Energy Star compact fluorescent light bulbs. Energy Star compact fluorescent light bulbs last longer and use up to 75 percent less energy than standard light bulbs. You can cut your electric bill by $60 per year if you replace the standard bulbs in your five most frequently used light fixtures. Properly dispose of compact fluorescent light bulbs at your local household hazardous waste collection site.

    Coastal Living Electrical, LLC.
    EC13005284
    Phone: 239-368-9944
    Fax : 239-368.9943
    Info@CoastalLivingElectrical.com
    http://www.CoastalLivingElectrical.com
    ~~Sea the Difference~~

  5. jacquelinegoff says:

    Contact us for information on installing a hot water heater timer. These timers can be installed in rental units, or you can have them permanently installed. Timer clocks can be programmed based on your needs and when you are away from your home. It’s as easy as a flick of a switch to override the system to turn on or off.

    Average cost for unit and install $125.

    Coastal Living Electrical, LLC.
    EC13005284
    Phone: 239-368-9944
    Fax : 239-368.9943
    Info@CoastalLivingElectrical.com
    http://www.CoastalLivingElectrical.com
    ~~Sea the Difference~~

  6. Jacqueline Goff says:

    At an estimated cost of $38 billion a year, lighting represents the largest source of electricity consumption in U.S. commercial buildings. For nearly 30 years, commercial buildings have relied on motion occupancy sensors — a technology that a study has found can only accurately detect people about 75 percent of the time — to control lighting and reduce energy costs. But now researchers at the Energy Department’s National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) have developed a new low-cost smart sensor that raises the accuracy of detecting people to the upper 90 percent range according to initial studies.

    The new smart occupancy sensor adds optics to what had only been a motion detection before. The sensor combines an inexpensive camera with a high-speed microprocessor and algorithms to detect movement and human presence in a room. This is an advancement that could lead to enormous energy savings in commercial buildings!

  7. Jacqueline Goff says:

    August Special!

    For added safety, security and peace of mind, have a timer installed on your lights.

    The timers have a battery backup so you’ll never lose the settings during a power outage, and they also come with a random setting so your lights will come on and off at alternating times. This is a nice feature to have when you are away from your home and want to deter any possible burglars.

    Prices as low as $99 including materials and labor!
    Contact us for more details, 239-368-9944.

  8. Thanks for all the work Ryan did, he did a great job!

  9. Safe methods for
    connecting decorative lighting

    • If your power points are not protected by a built-in safety
      switch, have a licensed electrical contractor install one, or
      connect decorative lighting through a portable safety switch.
    • If you are using multiple sets of decorative lighting
      or high-powered lights (e.g. para-floods, flood lights
      or spotlights), plug them into a power board fitted
      with over-load protection. The use of double adaptors
      or piggy back plugs is not recommended.
    • Be aware that using multiple high-powered lamps may
      overload your electric circuits.
    • Use only factory-made extension leads or those
      made by a licensed electrical contractor.
    • Before use, check decorative lighting and all leads
      for damage. Never use a damaged lead.
    • Always fully unwind extension leads to avoid overheating.
    • All outdoor electrical connections must be weatherproof.
      You can buy weatherproofing accessories to do the job

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