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Are you worried about the safety and code compliance of your home’s breaker panel or breaker meter? Then you should call the experts here at Integra Electrical! We recently completed a breaker panel replacement in Des Moines for a home that needed to be brought back up to code. The city of Des Moines requires […]

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Do you consider yourself a DIY expert? Have you managed to fix up your home’s wiring without relying on professional help. That’s nice, but there’s one job you shouldn’t try on your own: hot tub conduit installation. Getting your hot tub wired is much more dangerous than basic electrical work, and there are several reasons […]

By Brian Renadette

Power surges are a frequent occurrence in any home. On average, a home experiences 20 power surges every day, with half of them coming from internal sources. Most of these are so short you may not notice them. However, even short power surges can wear down the circuitry of your electronics. Installing whole-home surge protection […]

By Brian Renadette

Circuit breakers are automatic switches that protect circuits from damage when it detects a fault. Located in your property’s electrical panel, each circuit breaker allows electricity to run in certain parts of the property. When a circuit breaker detects amperage above its maximum, it’ll automatically turn off to protect your circuits. They’re a direct upgrade […]

By Brian Renadette

You probably have a good idea of how lighting works. When the switch is on, the light is on. However, there are drawbacks to this classic design. Countless times someone leaves a light switch on for an empty room and wastes lots of energy. What if there’s a better way to handle lighting? Occupancy sensors […]

By Brian Renadette

It’s no secret that smoke detectors are an important part of any safe home. On average, these lifesaving devices last about ten years before you have to replace them. Next time you replace them, consider picking up hardwired smoke detectors for your next model. These smoke detectors not only run on batteries, but also on […]

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