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May 25,2020

Electrical Wiring for Home Office for Better Productivity

With the internet becoming a more prevalent part of our lives, working from home and remote learning has become that much more popular. Remote working has many benefits for employees, employers, and society as a whole as it eliminates the need for long commutes, allows flexibility for workers, and improves employee productivity. These advantages depend on reliable equipment, internet, and electricity, however. 

If you want to continue enjoying the benefits of working remotely, you will have to ensure the safety and security of the underlying infrastructure. Your electrical wiring is a central part of this infrastructure and Mr. Electric of Fort Worth has some tips to keep you connected. If you have any questions or concerns, or if you would like to hire a qualified electrician, then feel free to call Mr. Electric of Fort Worth any time.

Outlets

Let’s start from the outside and work our way inside the electrical system. Outlets are what connect your devices to the power source. Many homes that were built decades ago were not designed to support the ever-growing demand for electronic devices and appliances. Therefore, many of those rooms have fewer outlets than are now necessary for the modern homeowner or resident.

Extension cords are the most common solution for this problem, but these extension cords are not really safe and take up an unnecessary amount of space. They are trip hazards and clutter your workspace. There is a better way.

You can tackle the problem of an outlet shortage by calling Mr. Electric of Fort Worth to have outlets installed. Modern outlets even include USB outlets so that the AC outlets are not clogged. In many situations, simply replacing an AC outlet with one that includes USB outlets can double the number of devices you can connect at one time.

Dedicated Circuits

Power surges and overloads can overheat and damage electrical wiring. To reduce the risk of these events, the electrical supply that comes into your building is routed through several circuits. This way, an overload or power surge in one circuit will not affect the other circuits. So, if your laundry machine and washing machine overload that specific circuit, your appliances and lights in the kitchen will likely not be affected.

A dedicated circuit for your home office is a great way to protect your work and equipment. This is especially important if you have a large number of electronic devices and equipment such as computers, laptops, tablets, printers, scanners, and so forth. A dedicated circuit isolates the equipment from other circuits to help ensure your work is uninterrupted.

 Extra Insurance

A sudden surge in power can fry your valuable computer equipment and there is no way of knowing when that might happen. Fortunately, there are products to provide insurance against such possibilities. A surge protector or surge suppressor, for instance, redirects excess voltage from the path to your equipment to the safety ground. Though many outlets come with this feature, a whole-house surge suppressor is a better protection. Mr. Electric of Fort Worth is happy to help with this installation.