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We are now a Eaton Certified Contractor

Atmosphere Electrical Inc. is now one of only a few electrical contractors on the east coast that is Eaton Certified.

Here is a description on what Eaton certification is and why Atmosphere Electrical is your best choice for electrical contracting in Central Nova Scotia.

QUALITY.

Eaton Certified Contractors poses excellence in educating you as homeowners on electrical safety, new technologies, and are trained thoroughly on industry leading Eaton brand products. Most products installed carry lifetime warranties!

Upgrade your home electrical system!

When was the last time you had to reset a circuit breaker in your house? Is your home more than twenty years old? Have you recently bought a home? Are you planning to purchase a major appliance? Now may be a good time to upgrade your home electrical system!

Top Ten Power Saving Tips

Power-saving changes are easy! We've put together a list of the top tips that will help you save power, save money and help protect the environment.

Tips on Saving Energy in Your Home

The wattage rating tells how much electricity a bulb uses, not how bright it is. Compact fluorescent light bulbs are a bright idea. They use less electricity and last up to 10 times longer than incandescent bulbs. ENERGY STAR® labelled compact fluorescent light bulbs use 75 percent less energy than incandescent bulbs. One 100-watt incandescent bulb produces the same amount of light as two 60-watt bulbs and uses less energy. Cleaning light fixtures regularly removes dust buildup and allows for maximum light output.

WINTER ENERGY SAVINGS

Since up to 25 per cent of heat loss is through windows, plastic window covers can help reduce drafts. They can be purchased at most hardware stores.

ENERGY SAVING TIP

Reduce the temperature on your thermostat when you’re not at home and overnight. Many new thermostats can be programmed to change the temperature automatically.

SAVE ENERGY WITH CFL BULBS

Replace incandescent bulbs with energy-efficient compact fluorescent bulbs, which are four times more efficient and last about eight times as long.