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It’s that spooky time of year when so many people take joy in scaring little kids and competing with their neighbors for the most ghoulish yard and biggest blow up creatures. Some yards will resemble scary graveyards straight out of a horror flick, while others will sport huge blow up monsters, pumpkins, ghosts and other such expensive monstrosities. So, with all of the lights, blow up creatures, smoke machines and other Halloween décor you might be plugging into your electrical outlets this year, how will your electrical system handle the extra load, not to mention, where will you plug all that into? You don’t want your power strip to look like this:
That’s a bad scene waiting to happen. Instead, why not call Peter to have some outdoor ground fault plugs wired so you can plug in all that Halloween paraphernalia without worry of causing a neighborhood power failure.