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Get Out! After The Lockdown

When the stay-at-home orders lift, and they will, people won’t emerge slowly out of their homes. They’ll run. They’ll head right to the back yard.

But they will still be cautious and more aware of their outdoor surroundings than prior to the COVID-19 crisis.

The secure sense of being safely…

Plugging In The New Board Room

On a business call last week, I was on the receiving end of a dialog that went like this: “Agreed. Let’s get this next phase completed…just a minute…stop kicking each other. Otto, do you want a time out. You sit there on that end of the sofa. Calvi, go find…

Electricians Are Essential

THE U.S. Department of Homeland Security issued a directive March 19, 2020 identifying essential critical infrastructure workers during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Electricians are included as critical workers including, of course, Allstar Electrical.

The directive states that the list of Essential Critical Infrastructure Workers should continue normal operations, appropriately modified to…

Allstar Electrical Service and Coronavirus

Like many other businesses, the Allstar Electrical team has spent the last several days learning about the coronavirus (COVID-19) and how it is impacting our world. That means understanding how it affects our employees, customers and communities, and making any necessary adjustments to our work and operations.

Our primary goal…

How Will the Coronavirus Affect the Electrical Grid?

Of all the things in short supply during the COVID-19 (coronavirus) outbreak, electric power isn’t among them. And fortunately, it isn’t likely to happen.

At the same time, US utility operators are observing government guidelines to control the spread of the disease by encouraging (or requiring) employees who can to…

Adding a Car Charging Station to Your Home

As more electric and hybrid cars hit the streets, knowing where to recharge them can become an issue. Unless, that is, you have a charging station at your home or office. And getting one may not be as hard (or expensive) as you think.

Your Home May be Charger-Ready