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Steve's Quality Electric

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|Contractors|Twin Falls, ID 83301

289 Locust St, Twin Falls, ID 83301

(208) 734-7664

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Steve's Quality Electric provides a complete range of electrical contracting services for residential clients in the Twin Falls, Idaho area. We're ready to respond to any of your electrical installation or servicing needs. Whether you need an inspection performed or have your entire house rewired, we have the skills, manpower and knowledge to do it seamlessly and exactly to code. We have established an impeccable reputation for total professionalism and stand behind all the work we do. Contact us at any time for more information. Our specialties include: ? Custom Built Homes ? Energy Saving Lighting ? Fuse & Breaker Upgrades ? Installations If you want top quality electrical work performed i

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Anonymous on Facebook

4 days ago

10/10/2019, 01:08 AM
Watts, a primary measure of electrical power, are equal to one joule, the measure of electrical energy per second. In other words, every second a 100W light bulb is turned on, it converts 100 joules of energy into light (and heat).
Anonymous on Facebook

5 days ago

10/08/2019, 09:41 AM
As an electrical charge builds up on the surface of an object, it creates static electricity, and one spark can measure as much as 3,000 volts. In contrast, an electric eel can create a shock of only 500 volts, but a bolt of lightning can measure as much as 3,000,000 volts.
Anonymous on Facebook

10 days ago

10/03/2019, 09:29 AM
Lighting retrofits are a popular commercial building electric upgrade. Why? Energy-efficient compact fluorescent bulbs and LED lighting systems cost less to operate, save money on utility bills, and reduce air conditioning loads because they generate less heat than traditional incandescent lights.
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Anonymous on Facebook

12 days ago

10/01/2019, 12:45 PM
A decrease in reliability could lead to longer outages and slower restoration times. It could also expose equipment to possible damage and increase the chance of blackouts. That’s where we can help by joining in the integrated transmission system, working with various utilities companies and partnering for a brighter tomorrow.
Anonymous on Facebook

17 days ago

09/26/2019, 12:40 PM
Don’t forget to consider noise levels when you’re having old or inadequate bath and kitchen ventilation fans replaced. Loudness is measured in sones: 0.5 to 1.5 is extremely quiet, 1.5 to 2.0 is very good, 2.0 to 3.0 is good, and over 4.0 is fairly noisy.
Anonymous on Facebook

20 days ago

09/24/2019, 03:17 AM
While operating your business out of an older building can provide an extra sense of charm and history to your office, it can also mean dealing with electrical code violations. Rest assured that we’re always available to help you get everything back up to code.
Anonymous on Facebook

24 days ago

09/19/2019, 13:42 PM
Wiring retrofits that incorporate modern energy efficient lighting are a popular home upgrade. These lighting methods cost less to operate, save money on utility bills, and generate less heat than traditional incandescent lights.
Anonymous on Facebook

a month ago

09/17/2019, 17:19 PM
A ground fault circuit interrupter (GFCI) outlet constantly monitors the flow of electricity in the circuit and shuts off power immediately in the event of a change in flow. This safety feature, commonly used in kitchens, bathrooms, and garages, prevents you from receiving an electrical shock.
Anonymous on Facebook

a month ago

09/12/2019, 18:28 PM
Lights may sometimes flicker briefly when major equipment such as a furnace or central AC unit switches on. These units draw a significant amount of current at startup, which causes a slight drop in power levels available for other purposes.
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