1. Is Tesla Out?

    Companies that Could Overshadow Tesla With Electrical Vehicle Technology Marin County is no stranger to the tech mogul, Elon Musk, and his super company, Tesla. The electric cars sold by this company offer what traditional vehicles never could: an electrical power source and efficiency. Today, engineering is pulling towards environmental friendliness and efficiency. It’s time to wave goodbye to …Read More

  2. Upgrades to Lower Your Electricity Bill

    Consider These Electrical Upgrades to Lower Your Electricity Bill and Save Energy Hey there both residents of Marin County and stragglers alike, welcome back to the Divine Electric NorCal blog. In previous posts, we’ve chatted about things like why to choose an electrical vehicle and why our electrical company is absolutely divine. Our electrical company is passionate about serving people with o…Read More

  3. What’s So Divine about a Local Electrician?

    Why Our Local Electricians are so Special Who do you call when your lights are flickering and there’s no ghost to blame? Who do you send for when your electricity isn’t turning back on? Who is going to come to solve all of your electrical problems? Certainly not good ole’ grandma, though she is wonderful. Unless you’re living off of firewood and kerosene lamps, then your home is probably p…Read More

  4. The Difference between LED and Incandescent

    LED vs Incandescent: Is there really a difference? If you own or rent a home, you’ve probably come across the task of having to pay an electric bill or changing a light bulb. But how many times have you wondered about what goes into the lightbulbs that you use? Not all lights are built the same and with the growing popularity of LED lights, you’re probably wondering which one might be preferab…Read More

  5. Local Electricians That Inspectors Love

    Ah, renovations. The happiest times of your life can be boiled down to a few key moments: Graduating high school, moving out, meeting that special someone, the birth of your first child, and, of course, the day their first (and last) renovation was completed. The thing with renovations is that they have this funny tendency to overstay their welcome; the largest reason that homeowner renovations st…Read More

  6. More Electrician Lighting Layout Tips

    In our previous blog, we addressed how to begin laying out your lighting before working with our local electricians to rough in the wiring that will support that vision; today, we’ll give you more tools to better achieve that goal by going a bit more into the specifics of different lighting types, styles, and effects that you have to consider. Planning Light Fixtures Uplighting vs. Downlighting …Read More

  7. Laying Out Lighting

    Whether you’re renovating your current home, building a new one, or just trying to bring some much-needed life to your home’s lighting, you’ll need to carefully plan out the future of your home’s lighting with a local electrician. Contact Divine Electric, Marin County’s most trusted source for experienced local electricians. Optimizing Your Home’s Lighting Know What’s Possible While …Read More

  8. Always Use Permits & Inspections

    Planning a renovation or change in your home is an exciting time. There are a lot of odds and ends to look after whenever you take on any home project. With these come a lot of opportunities for increasing the value of your home, both to your family and to any future buyers. However, there are also potential pitfalls to avoid as well, and it often seems far easier to make mistakes than to fix them…Read More

  9. More DIY Mistakes to Avoid

    In our previous post, DIY Electrical Mistakes to Avoid, we discussed three common blunders homeowners make when trying to fix electrical troubles. Unfortunately, the list isn’t limited to only three! Here are a few more challenges to be wary of when trying to solve any electrical issues in your home: Wire Straps Be cautious not to nail NM wire straps too tightly. Remember, installing NM wiring i…Read More

  10. DIY Electrical Mistakes to Avoid

    Without a doubt, there are small electrical things in your home you can do yourself. For example, we trust you to change your own light bulbs when they burn out. However, some tasks are a bit more challenging and are better left to the experts. Make sure you are wary of these do-it-yourself mistakes homeowners often make. Wire Size Be careful of wire size! We don’t just mean the physical size; w…Read More