Like everything else these days, electrical components are evolving to make life easier and more aesthetically pleasing. One of the best ways to modernize a home that’s not brand-new is by installing recessed electrical components in place of older lighting, traditional electrical outlets, and outdated cable management systems with the help of the experts from Phoenix Electrician. Here are just a few of the ways you can make your home’s electrical system look and work better through the use of recessed electrical components. Remember the “good old days” when you’d walk into a room and flick the light switch that lit up your room courtesy of one often ugly light fixture installed dead center in the ceiling? If you’re living in an older home, you may not even have to remember. Needless to say, we’re much savvier about lighting these days, recognizing that we need more than one glaring fixture and a few lamps to properly light a room. A well-lit room requires ambient lighting (an overall lighting source), task lighting (for performing tasks like food-prep, reading, etc.), and accent (mood) lighting to create a little atmosphere or to highlight artwork or architectural features. Recessed lighting is a popular choice for providing a room’s ambient light since it can be spread out to give power a place more evenly instead of blasting too much light into a room’s center and not enough around its perimeter. Installing recessed lighting will not only give your rooms a more modern look and light them more efficiently, but it’ll also save you a little money on your electric bills. Recessed lighting is versatile, and can just be used as accent lighting. If you’ve never considered recessed cable management, you don’t know what you’re missing. This smart electrical innovation allows you to easily route low-voltage cables through the walls behind flat-panel TVs, amplifiers, or audio/video devices that eliminate. The unsightly tangle of wires, connectors & wires covers you might be looking at now. If the cable goes directly from the screen into the wall problem solved. Using recessed electrical components is the modern way to deal with unsightly electrical annoyances in an attractive, efficient, and practical way. If you’re living in the Phoenix, why not give the area’s number one licensed electrical service a call to arrange for conversion or installation of some or all of these recessed electrical components? The staff at Phoenix Electrician is safety-oriented, licensed, bonded insured electricians who serve Phoenix and surrounding areas. We treat every one of our customers with respect and the utmost in professional service. If you’re like most people, you need to power more than one electrical device at a time, so you use a power strip. Also known as power taps, power strips are lengths of electrical sockets that are designed for powering multiple appliances. Unfortunately, many people don’t know how to properly use power strips and don’t realize that they can be extremely hazardous when not worn correctly. If you have power strips in your home or office, here are the basic safety guidelines on how to correctly use these products, along with some warnings on how they should not be used.