1. Remodeling Older Homes Requires Calling An Electrician

    Marin County is a beautiful part of Northern California, and it is easy to understand why so many folks continue to move to our neck of the woods. However, it is important to remember that Marin County is an older community, and many of the homes built in the area date back to the 1940’s. Typically, families moving into these older houses are looking forward to updating their recent purchase an…Read More

  2. Ground Wiring Electrical Options for Older Homes

    Your house has old wiring, and your outlets don’t have the third slot for the ground prong. What can you do? How do you go about adding a ground wire or ground connection to your outlets? Call the residential electricians at Divine Electric in Marin County, CA. First, why have a ground in your house wiring? The ground wire was added for personal protection. Appliances that have the third prong f…Read More

  3. GFCI Safety Outlet Electrical Upgrades

    You may know what a GFCI outlet looks like is, but do you really know how it works? A basic understanding of this electrical device can help prevent safety problems. A GFCI is specifically designed to protect people against electric shock from an electrical system, and it monitors the imbalance of current between the ungrounded (hot) and grounded (neutral) conductor of a given circuit. Don’t let…Read More

  4. Electrical Installation of Vehicle Charging Circuits

    Imagine never going to the gas station again. That’s just one key advantage of an electric vehicle. But then you have to play the waiting game while your vehicle charges. However, you can improve the charging time by installing a Level 2 (240-volt) charger at home. A Level 2 charger cuts the time it takes to replenish the battery from more than 18 hours with a 110-volt wall plug to as little a…Read More