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While it feels like winter may never end, we’re much closer to warmer spring days than you think. When warmer weather hits Des Moines, local homeowners begin using their outdoor spaces again and getting out of the house. Spring is an ideal time to consider adding some electrical lighting upgrades to your home. You can […]

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Don’t Blow a Fuse in Your Life: Why You Need a Service Panel Upgrade If you’re like most homeowners, you haven’t put a lot of thought into your home’s electrical panel.  In many older homes, however, the electrical panel can wear out and need to be replaced just like a household appliance.  If your electrical […]

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Although homeowners in Indianola use their electricity all year round, the winter months put extra stress on your system you may not think of. It’s crucial for you to be on the lookout for these potentially dangerous issues as winter rolls through Central Iowa. The professionals at Integra Electrical have put together a list of common […]

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It’s 2020 – What Are Your Electrical Resolutions? As we settle into the new year, you may have some resolutions that you’re determined to stick to. If you haven’t made any, that’s OK! Integra Electrical has just the solution for you. Here are some electrical resolutions to consider this year: Extension Cord Placement We have […]

By Dan Burrows

Used in America from 1880 to the late 1940’s, knob-and-tube wiring is an early style of electrical wiring identifiable by its white, ceramic, spool-like knobs. It still exists in some old homes, and it presents several dangers to modern-day tenants. If you happen to have some in your home, be sure to let us know […]

By Brian Renadette

The electricity that flows into your home may be one of the most important resources for modern living. However, it’s easy for problems with your electrical system to go unnoticed unless you get an electrical inspection. A complete electrical inspection for your Iowa home covers every electrical component, from the grounding wire to the circuit […]

By Brian Renadette
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