Your Home: Love It or Leave It?

There’s a popular show on HGTV titled “Love It or List It?” that pits a designer/decorator against a realtor to see whether a homeowner likes the reno job enough to stay put after being shown several move-in ready homes in the same price range. The outcome seems to be about…

HomeAdvisor Gives Seal of Approval to Allstar Electrical

Allstar Electrical Services is proud to announce that we have been certified as an approved contractor by HomeAdvisor, the nation’s premier service for matching homeowners with pre-screened contractors in a wide variety of businesses.

What is Home Advisor?
HomeAdvisor began as ServiceMagic in 1999 as a resource to connect…

Pumpkin Spotting

It’s not even Labor Day, and there are already reports of pumpkin spotting. Not the real deal maturing in the garden, but decorative Halloween pumpkin yard décor.

Having been house-bound, home-schooled, working from home for months on end due to COVID-19, the people are ready to celebrate and home décor…

What’s Switching Gonna Save?

The average residential Xcel electric bill in Denver is $78.01/month. Of that maybe 3 to 5% of represents use of lightbulbs. But the remaining 95% of the bill is for other electrical appliances.

Sure, you will cut your electrical bill by switching to LED lightbulbs and LED fixtures…a little.


Trending 2020

If you thought art was art and lighting was lighting, think again.

Today the two words and functions are synonymous.

Wicker, wood bead, glass, feather, paper, even concrete are profound eye-catchers on ceiling and wall light fixtures. The more extravagant, the better.

The key, according to top international designers is…

Power: Strip, Surge, Extension Safety

Used properly, a power strip doesn’t necessarily create a hazard. But power strips can become fire-starters used improperly.

Then there’s the issue of daisy-chaining. Daisy-chaining power strips together by plugging multiples into each other is simply asking for trouble. It’s a violation of most safety codes.

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