1. A Few Ideas for Outdoor Lighting

    Although many people only really think about how residential electricians can help them when they notice the lights flickering, the outlets not working, or the circuit breaker tripping, the reality is that there are a whole lot of things we can do to make your home a better place to live. Everyone wants to live in an environment that brings them rest and relaxation. It’s part of the reason we pa…Read More

  2. What’s the Difference Between a Power Strip and a Surge Protector?

    In this day and age, there’s a good chance that you’ve found yourself in a situation where you need to plug more than two things into an outlet. This is a problem, but thankfully there are more solutions than ever! You probably even have a solution lying around your home. You dig through a couple of boxes before you find it — a rectangular brick with several outlets attached to a cord. Your …Read More

  3. Why You Need More Outlets in Your Garage

    How do you use your garage? For some people, it functions as originally intended — as a place to park your vehicle. For others, it’s overflow storage because the basement is full of holiday decorations. Regardless of whether you use your garage to store your lawnmower and edge trimmer or it’s the place that you have set up a woodshop, many people find that they need power in their garages, a…Read More

  4. Enjoy Having the Best Christmas Lights in Your Neighborhood

    The holidays are right around the corner, and what does that mean? Getting into an unspoken light display competition with your neighbors, of course. Although nobody officially challenges you, it can sometimes feel like the goal is to one up your neighbors...just a little bit anyway. Fortunately for you, the team at Delta Electrical is here to help! Naturally, as a team of licensed electricians in…Read More

  5. Do You Need an Electrician to Install Light Fixtures?

    It’s a project that’s sure to come up a time or two during the normal lifespan of a home. We are talking, of course, about needing to change a light fixture or two. It’s a perfectly normal thing to need to do. Even if you purchase a brand new home and you think that the fixtures you’ve chosen are pretty timeless, the fact remains that there will come a day when you decide you need a change…Read More

  6. Does It Make Sense to Upgrade to 220v for Power Tools?

    What do woodworking and residential electricians have to do with one another? The answer is simple—many people who have woodshops in their homes will likely have considered making the upgrade to 220 volts at one point or another. For the uninitiated, 220v outlets are used around the home to power some of your larger appliances. Items such as refrigerators, ovens, and probably even your washing m…Read More

  7. Want to Hang Your TV on the Wall (And Get Rid of Cord Clutter?)

    Interior design and decor are important parts of a modern home. More than ever people are taking the idea that they should actually like their homes very seriously. It’s not that this hasn’t been the case in the past, of course, but with a rise in popularity of shows like Fixer Upper, Property Brothers, and the many different iterations of Flip or Flop, people all across the country are gettin…Read More

  8. Opening a New Business? We Can Help!

    Opening your own business requires quite a bit from a person, particularly in the beginning. When you’re first starting, you’re the one who is responsible for coming up with a business plan, doing research, finding investors, hiring employees, and more. This is true even if you have a business partner! The good news, however, is that once you have those things out of the way, owning your own b…Read More

  9. 3 Qualities You Can Expect From Our Team of Licensed Electricians

    If you’re looking for a residential electrician, you want to be absolutely certain that the person you’re letting work on your home is qualified to get the job done right. The good news is that at Delta Electrical, our goal is to provide each and every one of our customers with exceptional work at a fair price. We pride ourselves on our customer service skills and there’s nothing we love mor…Read More

  10. Do You Need an Electrician to Replace Smoke Detectors?

    It’s almost an inevitability that at some point or another, your smoke detectors are going to wake you up in the middle of the night with the beep of a low battery warning. You shake the sleep from your eyes, turn on a light, and grab the step ladder to climb up there and disconnect the battery. “I’ll swap it out in the morning,” you think to yourself. When morning rolls around, you grab a…Read More