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POWER UP YOUR SUMMER FUN

The outdoor living season is just around the corner and this year promises to be special. As COVID restrictions ease, we look forward to a renewal of gathering with family and friends over the summer holidays and weekends.

Now is the time to plan ahead for the warm summer evenings…

ELECTRICAL CHECKLIST FOR SPRING

April brings longer days and the promise of beautiful weather to come. And spring 2021 also brings hopeful signs that backyard gatherings with friends and neighbors will be back as COVID-19 makes an overdue exit.

But April is also the snowiest months along Colorado’s northern Front Range, so while you’re…

PLAN FOR OUTAGES

Metro Denver is digging out from the fourth largest storm on record, the deepest snowfall in 75 years. More than 25,000 residents in the city and in Northern Colorado are without power a day later.

Six months later, heat waves pummel the state. People everywhere turn up the household…

Drive into the Future with a Home Car Charger

While you may not have an electric-powered vehicle now, chances are there’s one—or several—in your future. So now’s the time to get ready for your EV future.

 

Battery-powered cars, commonly known as Electric Vehicles (EVs) are here to stay. No longer limited to undersized compact cars for urban commuters,…

POWER UP YOUR NEW OUTDOOR KITCHEN

Covid kept us home and rewrote how we dine in. Google searches for outdoor kitchens nearly doubled in May 2020 from 2019, according to Hearth & Home Magazine (1-Aug. 2020). Wayfair.com, a leading online home goods website, reports that searches for “outdoor kitchens” and “outdoor dining areas” rose 130% and “outdoor bars” increased…

POLAR OPPOSITES MEANS HEAT AHEAD

Pipes burst. Electricity failed. Freezing temperatures across Colorado caused endless damage in mid-February 2021.

If the winter’s harsh weather got you thinking about what weather lies ahead for summer, The Old Farmer's Almanac predicts “hotter than normal” temps this coming summer with the worst heat in mid-to-late July and…