New You, New Home!

January 2, 2018
Tech Tuesday

Every year somewhere between 0-7.6 billion people make new year resolutions. Of those resolutions I am willing to bet that very few include upgrading your home with more efficient designs. Corporate offices and buildings are often renovated every few years to include better lights and HVAC systems (Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning). These improvements can reduce energy cost throughout the year as well as improve your standard of living. Home renovations/improvements are a great way to ensure that one problem doesn’t become many.

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Now I know what you are thinking: “I don’t have money to have these renovations done.” If you are like me, then you are just looking to fix the small annoyances in your home. That light switch that controls nothing? How about that GFI (ground fault interrupter) that is connected to another room? Hate it when the fan is on when the heat is off? At the root of these problems you probably need a relay or more specifically a RIBĀ® (of course I was going to try to sell you our product).

Making the Most of RIBĀ®

Sometimes we are afraid to reach out for help because we fear it is a stupid question, we have all been there. When working with electricity, any sense of uncertainty should be a red flag. Our technical support team is happy to help with picking out the correct device for a renovation or suggesting a design. In this new year it is important to improve your home as well as your personal life.

We hope you will consider us this year and give us a call if you need help.

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About the Author

Caleb is a recent graduate from Western Michigan University with a BSEE (Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering). He was born and raised in the metro Detroit area of Mt. Clemens. His passion for engineering comes from working on cars with his dad in the motor city.
In his free time he enjoys painting and playing video games with his friends. Caleb will be happy to help with any tech call questions you have.