When selling or buying a home you should be ready for the home inspection. Chances are good that prospective buyers are going to want your home thoroughly inspected by a professional home inspector on their behalf and corrections completed on all code violations. After all, buying a home is no small investment and most buyers want to make sure they are purchasing a sound investment.

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Ceiling Fan Installation

This might seem like a do it yourself job to some people at first glance. But stop and think about the idea that a 25 pound metal and wood object will be suspended over your head for years, while spinning...Maybe it's better to let a professional handle this? A ceiling fan requires specific hardware to be mounted properly, and because of the constant vibrations and motion, the wiring to the fan must be done right. With literally thousands of ceiling fan installations in Monmouth County under our belt, we can install a fan safely, in any part of your home. Your fan will likely be there for years to come, a professional installation is a good investment.

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Kitchen LightingIn most homes the kitchen reigns as the most-used room in the house. With not only cooking going on, but homework being done at the counter or table, reading and writing going on, and a host of other activities being performed. Consulting your electrician before and during the design of your kitchen project will help avoid some common problems and keep your project running smooth.

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Smoke DetectorSmoke detectors are a wonderful tool to help keep your loved ones safe. Smoke Alarms need no maintenance other than cleaning off the dust and cobwebs, a monthly test and changing the batteries. The batteries should be changed at least once a year. Here in Middletown, NJ, I have heard many fireman suggest changing the batteries in your smoke detectors when you adjust your clocks for daylight savings time.

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Picture LightingLighting pictures is a great way to accentuate the color and detail of your artwork. Many homeowners are victims of the myth that natural sunlight is the best way to illuminate pictures. Nothing could be further from the truth. Ultraviolet and Infrared radiation from the sun can damage your artwork and turn a picture lighting project into a complete disaster. Insufficient light fixtures do not make up for this problem. Many bulbs produce ultraviolet radiation and can produce the same type of damage that would occur if you left your pictures hanging under natural sunlight.

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