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Sep 27, 2021

How Electrical Upgrades Can Improve Home Office Productivity

Are you new to working from home or have you always worked from home? Either way, it’s important to ensure you have a proper electrical set up so your home office is always ready for maximum productivity. When you hire Mr. Electric for electrical services such as panel upgrades or wiring connections, you’ll be amazed how much more [productive you will be at your home office!

You may think your current WFH setup is fine and working good enough for you and your workload right now, there is always room for improvements. Having a proper WFH setup can make the biggest difference in your productivity and motivation levels, so by doing these minor electrical upgrades you can greatly improve your home office productivity.


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How Electrical Upgrades Can Improve Home Office Productivity

1.  Upgrade your lighting

The lighting in your home office is one of the most important things. The more lighting you have and the more balanced it is, the more productive you will be. You need a good mixture of overhead lighting as well as task lighting to ensure total productivity. Whether you need an outlet added for your task lighting or you want to switch out your overhead lighting, the team at Mr. Electric has you covered.

2.  Have a circuit just for your computer

Your computer circuit is always important, but it’s especially important if you are working from home. If your home is older, it may not be equipped to handle all the different devices you use to complete your work. You don’t want to overload your circuit, so ask Mr. Electric how they can help you get a circuit solely for your work computer.

3.  Hard-wired connection

When you are working from home, you need your internet access to never experience any issues, especially if most of your day is consumed with ZOOM meetings. Having a hard-wired is much more secure, offers a better connection between your internet and your devices, and allows you to use multiple different devices without any issues at all.

4.  Upgrade your electrical panel

Your ability to be productive and have your devices work properly is only as strong as your electrical panel allows it to be. If you have an older electrical panel and you experience electrical issues often, you may need to hire Mr. Electric for an electrical panel upgrade so your WFH setup can be a good as possible.

Upgrade Your Electric with Mr. Electric

Working from home isn’t always easy, especially if you aren’t tech-savvy. All this talk of hard-wiring, ZOOM meetings, and task lighting may be completely new if you’ve never worked from home before. While electrical upgrades can seem scary and expensive, if you are working from home until further notice, it’s important to get these electrical upgrades so you can be as productive as possible.

Are you noticing you need more outlets in your home office for lighting or your devices? Are you working off of different devices and you need to upgrade your electrical connection? Are you looking to finally upgrade your electrical panel so you can be more productive working from home? If so, call Mr. Electric today to learn about the different electrical services we offer.


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