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Aug 14, 2021

Home Office Essentials

The internet continues to change the way we live as more and more people are working, and even learning, remotely. Home offices have many benefits for employees, employers, and society as a whole, with tax incentives, reduced carbon emissions, and more productivity. However, these benefits depend on reliable internet and electricity, which rely on a stable and efficient electrical system. Your friends at Mr. Electric have some tips on how to make the most of your home office. Continue reading to learn how we can help you an electrical upgrade can give you better productivity while improving your morale. You are also welcomed to call Mr. Electric to consult with a talented electrician.

Surge Protection

If you have invested in expensive electronics for your home office, then you want to make sure they last more than a couple of years. When it comes to electronics, electricity can make and break the devices. Upgrading your wiring to include surge protection will protect your devices from getting fried by a sudden power surge. Even with today’s advanced weather forecasting, there is no knowing when disaster will strike.


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Better Connectivity

What’s more embarrassing than your internet cutting out during an important video conference? With a home office, a stable internet connection is paramount. Your friends at Mr. Electric can add ethernet connections so that you are not relying on Wi-Fi for your internet. A direct connection is more reliable and stable.

More Outlets

There are so many electronic devices in your home office. You have the computer, your tablet, extra screens, telephones, printers, and so on. What do you do if you do not have enough outlets for all of these devices? Get rid of those extension cords and install more outlets!

An electrician can add outlets and even add USB outlets. USB outlets free up AC outlets when you are charging USB devices such as your phone or tablet. In fact, simply replacing an AC outlet with one that includes USB outlets can double the number of devices you can connect at one time.

Improved Lighting

People who work from home quickly realize that video conferencing involves more than just a stable internet connection. Even the best cameras cannot bring out the best of you without proper lighting. Desk lamps and back lighting are usually insufficient and unflattering. A home office lighting system can improve your workstation – and your mood!

Better visibility is the obvious benefit of quality lighting, but there are more subtle advantages. Poor lighting can strain your eyes and tire you out sooner than expected. Studies have found that dim lighting leads to drowsiness, strained eyes, decreased mood, and lower productivity. Meanwhile, harsh lighting, too, can trigger headaches and migraines. Proper lighting will allow you to see clearly without tiring or damaging the eyes. Lighting professionals are trained and experienced to choose the best lighting for your environment.

Call Mr. Electric Today

Are you looking to upgrade your home office? The electricians at Mr. Electric are ready, willing, and able to help. Call now to consult with a courteous representative.


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