Electric space heaters and blankets are great ways to stay toasty warm when the temperature drops. But don’t forget about safety before you plug in these chill-chasers. Follow these tips to avoid fire and electric shock hazards.
A frisky dog or curious cat can cause an electrical hazard or fire in ways you may not have thought about. “Pet-proof” your home to deter your cute and curious family members from encountering electrical dangers!
Imagine all the time you’ve saved with the help of your power tools! But electric power tools can take a small project and turn it into a big problem if the right safety measures aren’t taken.
While you can’t predict which weather forecast will come true, you can plan ahead so when a severe weather event strikes, you have the tools and resources to effectively weather the storm.
By following proper safety precautions, water and electricity can work together to properly hydrate your fields safely this summer.
As temperatures climb this summer, Southeastern Indiana REMC is asking members to “Beat the Peak” by decreasing their power usage when demand and prices are at their highest.
Throughout the dreary winter, you’ve waited to open your pool, bring out the boats and soak up the sun! But before you dive into all the summer fun, remind yourself and your family of the dangers lurking inside pools and lakes. Remember: water and electricity don’t mix! Safety in or around pools It’s easy to… Continue reading Pools and lakes and electrical safety – oh my!