1. BETTER LIGHTING
We were all scolded by a parent growing up, “turn a light on, it’s bad for your eyes to read in the dark!” It’s true, it really is bad for your eyes to read with low lighting. Whether old or young, academic purposes or learning for pleasure, it’s important to have adequate lighting. It might be floor lamp, can lights or some really style’n LED fixtures…bright ideas start with illumination!
2. SUFFICIENT ENERGY ACCESS
With parent, kid and family gathering spaces changing their roles and bearing to less or to greater degree, spaces that could be torn out of our office or coffee shop experience and slapped right onto the canvas of our home’s collage of dwelling areas. Borrowed from Dwell.com, this photo resembles to a larger degree, spaces that we curate with our customers to be the BEST stewards of the interior dwelling canvases that we get to call, “Home,” “Office,” “School,” “Church,” and who knows what else!?! Outlets and power strips can be neatly tucked away so that they keep cables and cords out of reach from little fingers and can help make running an extension cord like a tight-rope across the playroom a ‘no-no!’
3. BETTER ENERGY SUPPLY
Energy is not endless and doesn’t always come consistent. Our power & energy expert colleagues have said that much of the fiasco we face as consumers of electronics that have gone bad, is the result of power surges from our utility providers. Face it, how could anyone actually prove that it was a power surge that caused our Bang & Olufsen speakers and subwoofers to fry?!? Call Jefferson Electric and discuss surge suppression technologies and other ways to protect your home’s electronic assets.