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Getting Your Cooling System Ready for Summer

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As spring fades into the long and humid days of summer, it is necessary to prepare your air conditioning unit for the big switch. No one wants to be faced with air conditioning trouble on the hottest days of the year and getting your cooling system ready for the summer is the best way to assure proper function. Let Rose Brothers & Sons Electric of Walton, Kentucky, show you how to prepare your cooling system for summer.

Test Your System

Before the temperature gets too unbearable, test your air conditioning unit. Check and see how long it takes for your unit to turn on, how long it takes for you to notice cold air coming from the vents, and listen for strange noises that you haven’t heard before. If there is a significant amount of time before you hear the unit switch on, if the air isn’t as cold as it should be, or you hear something suspicious, call for an inspection. Make sure to test your air conditioning unit early in the summer to ensure that your unit does not die when you need it the most, and to avoid long wait times for repair.

Check and Clean Your Unit

Cleaning your unit is essential to keeping it up and running smoothly in the summer months. Trim all grass and weeds from around the unit to reduce the risk of anything getting caught inside. Remove debris and dirt from the unit to reduce the possibility of overheating. In addition to cleaning the air conditioning unit outside of your home, ensure that all your ducts, filters, and vents are dusted, cleaned, or replaced, to ensure the best function.

Upgrade Your Thermostat

If your thermostat is past its prime, now is the time to purchase a new one. Thermostats have improved in many ways over the years and investing in a new, programmable thermostat can save you money. Thermostats can be programmed to turn on and off at certain times of the day to accommodate your living schedule, some can even be controlled remotely to help you better maintain the energy usage in your home.

Inspect Your Ducts

If you are noticing higher energy bills for your home, your ductwork might be to blame. Leaks in ductwork can lead to charges that are 20% higher than average. Schedule an inspection for your ductwork early in the summer to avoid potentially high air conditioning costs. In addition, have your inspector make sure all connectors are tight and ensure that all holes and gaps are sealed tightly to avoid air leakage.

To keep your family and your home cool this summer, contact the experts at Rose Brothers & Sons Electric. Our team of trained professionals can inspect your air conditioning unit, ductwork, and thermostat to ensure that everything is in working order before the first wave of heat. At Rose Brothers & Sons Electric, serving all of Greater Cincinnati, Southern Indiana & Northern Kentucky, including: Florence KY, Ft. Mitchell KY, Villa Hills KY, Union KY, Ft. Wright, Hebron KY, Burlington, Covington KY, Erlanger, Independence KY, Ft. Thomas, Newport, Owenton, Park Hills, Cold Spring, Edgewood, Walton, Dry Ridge, Verona, Crittenden, Sparta, Alexandria, Glenco, and Williamstown. We are proud members of Angie’s List, have an A+ rating from the BBB, and have over 45 years combined electrical experience. You can rest easy knowing that your electrical projects will be handled with the utmost care and expertise.

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A Short Guide to Wiring for Outdoor Hot Tubs

outdoor hot tub

After you have purchased a hot tub, your next step is installing the appliance. Water and electricity is a very tricky and hazardous mixture, and it is necessary to understand the safety measures that must be taken when dealing with this combination. Let Rose Brothers & Sons Electric of Walton, Kentucky help guide you through the process of wiring for outdoor hot tubs.

Where to Start

Hire an electrician or contractor who is well-versed with the National Electric Code and preferably one who has experience working with hot tubs. Many electricians have not mastered these codes and it is essential that you find someone who has proficiency in them for these projects.

Check Your Electrical Service

Before you purchase a hot tub, ensure that the electrical service panel can handle the extra load of your hot tub. Not only do you need to ensure that you have enough wiring spots available for your new hot tub, you need to make sure you have the proper amperage capacity to power your hot tub.

Protect Your Wiring

All the wiring that runs from your service panel to your hot tub must be protected. PVC pipes and metal conduits are the best choice for this protection. Make sure this wiring is protected well because damaged wiring can lead to hot tub malfunction or potential electrocution if someone is in the water.

GFCIs

GFCIs, or ground circuit interrupters are necessary for any hot tub. GFCIs shut off the power in your hot tub if there is ever a large surge that exceeds the circuit breaker capacity. To ensure that this safety precaution can perform adequately, it must be positioned at least five feet away from your hot tub.

What Not to Do

Avoid all powerlines. Many people do not think about the potential of power lines falling during storms and landing in your hot tub. While one would hope this was never an issue, ensuring that a powerline is not above your hot tub is the best way to prevent this occurrence. Underground wiring should not be used underneath hot tubs. All underground wiring should be at least five feet away from the location of the hot tub and buried at least six inches into the ground for metal raceways and at least a foot and a half for raceways that are nonmetallic. Do not install any low-voltage lighting within ten feet of your hot tub.

When it comes to electricity and water, it is best to let an expert handle everything. Hot tub installation requires a lot more thought about placement and wiring than other household electrical projects, and to ensure your safety, an expert installation is the best choice. At Rose Brothers & Sons Electric, serving all of Greater Cincinnati, Southern Indiana & Northern Kentucky, including: Florence KY, Ft. Mitchell KY, Villa Hills KY, Union KY, Ft. Wright, Hebron KY, Burlington, Covington KY, Erlanger, Independence KY, Ft. Thomas, Newport, Owenton, Park Hills, Cold Spring, Edgewood, Walton, Dry Ridge, Verona, Crittenden, Sparta, Alexandria, Glenco, Williamstown, we can ensure that all of your wiring is done properly and with all NEC guidelines being followed. If you need hot tub wiring, contact the experts at Rose Brothers & Sons Electric today. As an Angie’s List member with an A+ rating from the BBB, we can guarantee that our services will meet your needs.

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How Kentucky’s Weather Can Affect Your Home’s Electrical System

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There’s an old joke in Kentucky: if you don’t like the weather in Kentucky, wait around for a few minutes and it will change. While this is still a joke, it is founded in some semblance of fact: Kentucky’s weather is notoriously temperamental, and this can take a toll on your home’s electrical system, as well as your wallet. If you want to learn more about how to keep ahead of Kentucky’s weather, keep reading and let the experts at Rose Brothers & Sons, Inc. of Northern Kentucky fill you in.

 

North, South, or Midwest?

Depending on who you ask, Kentucky is in one of three geographic regions of the United States: the North, the South, or the Midwest. There is no real definitive answer to which one is right, at least partly to do with Kentucky’s weather patterns. Kentucky has the chilly winters of the North, the precipitation of the Midwest, and the hot, humid summers of the South. This means that Kentucky’s weather fluctuates wildly from season to season, from incredibly hot in the summer to incredibly cold in the winter, and everywhere in between. Because of this, your electrical system is going to have to work extra hard in order to keep up with the shifts in temperatures. Since heating and cooling is the biggest consumer of energy in most homes, you will have to be extra vigilant with how much you are willing to mess with your thermostat.

 

Don’t forget the weather

Kentucky’s climate includes more than just shifting temperatures: it also includes wild weather. Because of Kentucky’s proximity to the Midwest, tornados have been known to touch down within Kentucky’s borders. Extreme cases like tornadoes aside, Kentucky has been known to have fairly extreme weather, ranging from thunderstorms in the summer to ice storms in the winter. This can down power lines and play general havoc on your electrical system, so be sure you have registered professionals, like those at Rose Brothers & Sons, Inc., on speed dial in case of emergencies.

 

If you are worried about Kentucky’s climate messing with your home’s electrical system, never fear, because Rose Brothers & Sons, Inc. is Northern Kentucky’s most trusted electrical contractor. We are located in Walton, Kentucky, but we proudly serve all of Northern Kentucky, Cincinnati, and Southern Indiana, including  Florence KY, Ft. Mitchell KY, Villa Hills KY, Union KY, Ft. Wright, Hebron KY, Burlington, Covington KY, Erlanger, Independence KY, Ft. Thomas, Newport, Owenton, Park Hills, Cold Spring, Edgewood, Walton, Dry Ridge, Verona, Crittenden, Sparta, Alexandria, Glenco, and Williamstown.

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What You Need to Know About Your Home’s Electrical System

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When it comes to our homes, we often know just enough to be able to make small changes or do minimal maintenance. This is especially true of our homes’ electrical systems. Most of us aren’t electrical engineers, and so the idea of getting comfortable with our homes’ electricity can be more than just daunting: it can be frightening. But if you are going to own a home, being familiar with this system is more than just important. It’s necessary. Let the experts at Rose Brothers & Sons, Inc. of Northern Kentucky help you get acquainted.

 

The Electrical Meter

A main electrical line usually comes off of an electrical pole, although it can occasionally be buried underground, and is connected to a meter where it connects with your home. This meter is generally placed outside of the home, and measures the electricity that is moving into your home. Particularly energy conscious homeowners can also purchase “smart meters,” which measure electricity both ways: flowing into and out of your home.

 

The Breaker Panel

Most of us are only familiar with our homes’ breaker panels once a breaker gets flipped and we lose power. But, in actuality, a breaker panel does more than that. The amount of electricity that a home can use at any given time is determined by the size of the main breaker, which is why a power surge can blow the power to your home. Below the main breaker, you will have smaller breakers known as “circuit breakers,” which control individual circuits of electricity in your home. Each of these circuit breakers are designated for specific uses in your home, such as the air conditioning. Within these circuits, you will have wires that are sending electricity through those particular circuits. There are three kinds of wires in each circuit: “hot” wires, which carry electricity directly from the circuit breakers, insulated neutral wires, and uninsulated “ground” wires. If you are doing any electrical work on your own, be wary of the “hot” wires, as they could pose a potential danger to you.

 

While being familiar with your home’s electrical system is important, it can also be dangerous if you don’t have sufficient training with electricity. Ultimately, you should entrust your home’s electricity needs to trained professionals, like those at Rose Brothers & Sons, Inc. of Northern Kentucky. We are located in Walton, Kentucky, but we proudly serve all of Northern Kentucky, Cincinnati, and Southern Indiana, including  Florence KY, Ft. Mitchell KY, Villa Hills KY, Union KY, Ft. Wright, Hebron KY, Burlington, Covington KY, Erlanger, Independence KY, Ft. Thomas, Newport, Owenton, Park Hills, Cold Spring, Edgewood, Walton, Dry Ridge, Verona, Crittenden, Sparta, Alexandria, Glenco, and Williamstown.

 

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Preparing Your Electronics for International Travel

international power adapters

Traveling abroad is exciting, but also nerve-wracking. If you are traveling from the United States to another country, particularly if you’re situated, like we are, in Northern Kentucky, you aren’t close to any international borders, so you are going to be very far from home. Because of this, if you forget something, unless you can find it at your destination, you may be out of luck. With this in mind, planning accordingly is essential to getting the most out of your international trip. One thing you may not have thought of that could make or break your trip is whether or not you’ll be able to use your electronics. Not sure what we mean? Keep reading to make sure that your smartphones, hair dryers, and any other electronics stay safe on your international voyage, brought to you by Rose Brothers & Sons, Inc. of Northern Kentucky.

 

Figure out what you’ll need

Depending on where you go abroad, everything may be different than it is where you live, but one thing you may not have considered is that power outlets may be different. Because of this, your electrical appliances may be totally unusable in their current state if you go abroad. If you are traveling to Mexico or Canada, you will be fine using your standard American appliances, which run on 120 Volts of power. However, other countries will have differently shaped power outlets, necessitating adapters to go over the plugs of your appliances.

 

Don’t forget the power

It may be more than just the socket that is different where you go, however. Most countries that have different outlets do so because they actually exert different voltages from their sockets. Because of this, an adapter for your appliances may not actually be sufficient. Certain devices, such as certain smartphones, can do voltage conversion on their own, but “dumber” devices like hair dryers will require a voltage converter, as well as an adapter. Otherwise, you may risk ruining your devices.

 

While making sure that your devices are going to be fine while you’re abroad is important, it’s just as important to make sure that the electricity in your home is working perfectly. Whether you want to make sure that everything is in working order before you leave, or you want to optimize your home after you get back, trust in Rose Brothers & Sons, Inc. to help you with all of your electrical needs. We are located in Walton, Kentucky, but we proudly serve all of Northern Kentucky, Cincinnati, and Southern Indiana, including  Florence KY, Ft. Mitchell KY, Villa Hills KY, Union KY, Ft. Wright, Hebron KY, Burlington, Covington KY, Erlanger, Independence KY, Ft. Thomas, Newport, Owenton, Park Hills, Cold Spring, Edgewood, Walton, Dry Ridge, Verona, Crittenden, Sparta, Alexandria, Glenco, and Williamstown.

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How to Choose the Right Lighting for a Room

room with good lighting

The right lighting for a space can make a huge difference. There is a reason that fancy restaurants have dim, hazy lighting and department stores have bright, even lighting. While your home isn’t a business, we could all stand to learn a thing or two from how businesses use lighting within spaces to strike the right mood. If you would like to learn more about how to choose the right lighting for a room, let the electricity experts at Rose Brothers & Sons, Inc. in Walton, Kentucky inform you.

 

  1. Consider what the room is going to be used for

Lighting should be, at its foundation, functional. In many spaces, if you don’t have artificial lighting of some sort, you won’t be able to see for large portions of the day, and in others, you won’t be able to see at all, so making sure that your lighting is serving the purpose it has is central to choosing the right lighting for your space. Spaces that are primarily going to be used for work of some kind, such as a home office or a kitchen, should have bright lighting that easily and consistently illuminates what you are doing. Spaces that are going to be used for entertaining, however, like dining rooms or living rooms, can have dimmer lighting. Bedrooms, finally, should have the softest lighting of all, in order to encourage relaxation and sleep.

 

  1. Consider the size of a room

The size of a room can greatly impact the kind of lighting that you are going to need. Small rooms, such as closets, home offices, or small bathrooms, could each have their own particular lighting needs, but their size is going to influence what sort of lighting you will need to purchase and install. Smaller spaces are more easily illuminated, so even lower lighting can make a small space feel incredibly bright. Because of this, be careful not to overwhelm your smaller spaces with too much lighting. The converse goes for large spaces. Even very bright lighting can seem like a drop in the bucket for huge, open living rooms or basements, so make sure your lighting packs a suitable punch.

 

  1. Trust in Rose Brothers & Sons, Inc. to help

Rose Brothers & Sons, Inc. is here to help you with any of your electricity questions and projects in the Northern Kentucky and Cincinnati area. We are located in Walton, Kentucky, but we proudly serve all of Northern Kentucky, Cincinnati, and Southern Indiana, including  Florence KY, Ft. Mitchell KY, Villa Hills KY, Union KY, Ft. Wright, Hebron KY, Burlington, Covington KY, Erlanger, Independence KY, Ft. Thomas, Newport, Owenton, Park Hills, Cold Spring, Edgewood, Walton, Dry Ridge, Verona, Crittenden, Sparta, Alexandria, Glenco, and Williamstown.

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5 Preventable Electrical Issues

electrician fixing outlet

Electrical issues will happen in a home, it’s as simple as that. Fortunately, once these issues are determined it is easy to fix the problems to ensure that they stop happening. Let Rose Brothers and Sons of Walton, Kentucky show you five common and preventable electrical issues that can easily be resolved.

Tripped Breaker

Probably one of the most annoying and frequently occurring electrical problems in a home is the tripping of breakers. Breakers are tripped by too much wattage being exerted from outlets, like a hair dryer being used in two rooms, a space heater on an extension cord, or appliances being overloaded in the kitchen. While tripped breakers are not a huge issue and can be easily fixed with the flip of a breaker switch, sometimes the problem is persistent or can cause the breaker to not reset when flipped. If this is the case, a separate breaker may be needed for these specific outlets that are frequently used with high-wattage appliances.

Light Bulbs Burning Out

If you notice that you are having to change the lightbulbs in your home far too frequently, it probably isn’t a problem with the brand of lightbulb that you purchased. While this can be caused by a range of problems, usually there will be a loose circuit or socket that will lead to this. To avoid spending large amounts of money on lightbulbs, fix the issue in the circuit or socket.

Dead Outlet

Dead outlets are, unfortunately, quite common in the home. This may result from a tripped breaker or it could be from a larger connection issue but, whatever the case, it is obnoxious. If resetting your breaker doesn’t work, an expert will need to be called to determine the cause of the malfunction. Once they have assessed the situation and repaired the damage they can also assure that the connection is stable and that the outlet is not overheating, which would cause a dead outlet.

Warm Switches and Fixtures

Have you noticed your appliances or outlets feeling warm to the touch after use? If so, there could be a wiring issue. If you have dimming switches in your home, this is completely normal. But, if you do not have this feature in your home and your outlets are still running warm, it is important that you determine the cause of the issues quickly to prevent a potential electrical fire or damage to your electrical lines.

Flickering Lights

Thankfully, flickering lights are caused by poor wiring connections in your wall and not from something more unsettling, like ghosts. If you notice a single flickering light, a single connection may be weak. If you become aware of flickering lights throughout your entire home, there is an issue with the main wiring. If you notice some lights getting brighter while others look dim, the main neutral connection in your home may need to be evaluated. While flickering and uneven lighting may not be an issue that effects your day to day tasks, this is a sign of a bigger problem that needs to be addressed.

Whatever your lighting issues may be, if you need a professional to fix the issue, Rose Brothers & Sons of Northern Kentucky is here to help. Serving Florence Kentucky, Ft. Mitchell Kentucky, Villa Hills Kentucky, Union Kentucky, Ft. Wright, Hebron Kentucky, Burlington, Covington Kentucky, Erlanger, Independence KY, Ft. Thomas, Newport, Owenton, Park Hills, Cold Spring, Edgewood, Walton, Dry Ridge, Verona, Crittenden, Sparta, Alexandria, Glenco, and Williamstown, you can trust that Rose Brothers & Sons will help with all your electrical problems. As an Angie’s List member with an A+ rating from the BBB, we can guarantee that our services will meet your needs. Contact Rose Brothers & Sons today with any questions.

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What Should Be in Every Homeowner’s Toolbox

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There are certain tools that every homeowner should be in possession of, but where do you start when putting together your toolbox? Many people can often be overwhelmed when they first purchase a home as to what tools are necessary to keep everything in working order. Rose Brothers & Sons Inc. serving Northern Kentucky, southern Indiana, and Greater Cincinnati provides you with tips for choosing the right tools for your toolbox.

Necessary Tools for Every Homeowner

  • Claw Hammer– This tool is used for driving in nails, as well as levering them out.
  • Adjustable Wrench– This tool can be used for many tasks, since its jaws are adjustable for nuts and bolts of various sizes.
  • Locking Pliers– This tool also had adjustable jaws and is used for gripping nuts, pipes, and fixtures.
  • Combination Pliers– This tool can be used to turn, hold, or pull out various types of nails.
  • Flashlight– This tool is necessary for seeing in various dark areas.
  • FlatHead Screwdrivers– This tool allows you to deal with slot-headed screws.
  • CrossHeaded Screwdrivers– This tool allows you to deal with cross-headed screws.
  • Utility Knife– This knife is used for precision, as well as general cutting purposes.
  • Tape Measure– This tool is essential for providing you with accurate measurements.
  • A Variety of Hardware– It is essential to keep a large selection of various nails and screws so that you always have a large range of choices available to you.
  • Level– This tool provides you with vertical and horizontal guide lines when positioning various items.
  • Dust Masks, Safety Glasses, and Work Gloves– These are all necessary to keep you safe when working. Dust masks while prevent you from inhaling substance when sanding or sawing. Safety glasses will protect your eyes from substances and debris as well. Work gloves are necessary when handling various materials or using certain tools.
  • Calculator– This is necessary when calculating measurements.
  • Cordless Drill– This tool is necessary for various tasks.
  • Step Stool– This can provide you with a good platform to reach elevated surfaces for different tasks.
  • Extension Cord– This allows you to move a power supply outside of your home or to places that may not be near a power source.

Professional Help in Northern Kentucky, Southern Indiana, and Greater Cincinnati

If you need additional help with any of your tasks around the home, then please do not hesitate to stop by your favorite local, family owned business, Rose Brothers & Sons Inc. of Florence, Kentucky. We have been your trusted electrical contractor in Northern Kentucky, southern Indiana, and Greater Cincinnati for over 45 years. We can offer you help with anything from small repairs to large electrical construction projects. Your safety and happiness is of the utmost importance to us; we want to provide you with the best possible experience by providing you with actual solutions instead of just temporarily fixing your problem. We also have an excellent record on Angie’s List, as well as an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau. Contact us today for all of your electrical needs!

 

 

 

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Keeping Your Children and Pets Safe from Electricity in Your Home

children playing with electricity

When it comes to what you love, such as your children or pets, safety is of the utmost importance. So, how do you protect your children and pets from electricity in your home? Rose Brothers & Sons Inc. Electric & Construction of Florence, KY provides you with these tips to keep your family safe from electricity in your home!

Pet Safety

  • Keep cables out of sight– Electrical cords are a huge danger for pets, as their chewing or playing with them can lead to shocks, burns, or even fires. It is important to make sure all cords are safely tucked away.
  • Keep sleeping pets away from electronic equipment– Pets, particularly cats, have a tendency to curl up and sleep behind warm appliances such as computers. Try to halt this behavior by creating a bed for them by a sunlit window.
  • Don’t leave heating equipment unattended– It is very important to make sure your pets are not unattended near heating equipment such as a hair straightener or portable heater, as they can easily burn themselves on these items.
  • Check plug sockets­- Make sure all plugs are completely plugged into their sockets, because if they are partially exposed, it could result in a shock to a pet’s tongue or wet nose.

Child Safety

  • Unplug unused devices– It is important to unplug any device that heats up as soon as you are done using it. This helps avoid burns to children and fires from being started.
  • Safety-check appliances– It is important to check your appliances every so often to make sure they are running correctly still.
  • One plug per socket– Try not to overload your plug sockets, especially with appliances that take a lot of power.
  • Turn appliances off– Make sure that you turn all appliances that are not designed to stay on overnight off before you go to bed.

Professional Help in Northern Kentucky, Southern Indiana, and Greater Cincinnati

If you still feel as though you need help making your home safer for your children and pets, then do not hesitate to stop by your favorite local, family owned business, Rose Brothers & Sons Inc. of Florence, Kentucky. We have been your trusted electrical contractor in Northern Kentucky, southern Indiana, and Greater Cincinnati for over 45 years. We can help you with any electrical needs from small repairs to large electrical construction projects. We also care about your safety and happiness; we want to provide you with the best possible experience by providing you with actual solutions instead of just temporarily fixing your problem. We also have an excellent record on Angie’s List, as well as an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau. Contact us today for all of your electrical needs!

 

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How to Tell If Your Electrical Meter Is Faulty

electrical meter

If your electrical bill is higher than normal and doesn’t seem quite right, a faulty electrical meter could be the culprit. Rose Brother’s & Sons of Northern Kentucky can help you determine if this is the real issue and guide you through getting the problem fixed.

Check Your Meter

If you have noticed unusual energy bills, one way to test to see if you have a faulty electrical meter is to check it every day. Note the reading on your meter for 7 days straight to see if your daily consumption is consistent. If this does not give you the results you wanted, turn off and unplug everything in your home and see if there is any type of output on the meter. If you are on a time-of-use tariff, you should be able to check the clock on your meter and look for electrical rate changes. Make sure the schedule is consistent and seems normal compared to the time of day you are checking. An energy monitor is another great way to discover if your meter is acting up. Monitors allow you to view your energy use in real time making it much easier to find a discrepancy.

Professional Testing

If you can’t find a problem by yourself, call a professional for a meter testing to make sure everything is as it should be. Contact your electricity company and talk to them about what you are concerned about. Electricity suppliers are required to test your faulty meter on-site and perform a basic check. If their findings are inconclusive or not as you expect, you can have the meter tested at a private facility of your choosing. A private test will cost you money out of pocket and will only be refunded if there is a conclusive report that your meter is faulty. Your electric company may charge you for the cost of installing and removing a temporary meter and you should ask how much this will cost before you have a private test performed. If your meter does not have a problem, this will not be refunded.

What to Do After

If your private testing facility discovers that there have been faulty readings, your electrical company will replace your meter and refund you the money you have lost. If you have been overcharged every month, your supplier is required to refund you the money during the period in which your meter was faulty. If your test determines that you are being undercharged, which is also likely, your supplier should not charge you for more than 12 months of charges.

If you suspect a problem with your meter and are ready to have a professional test, contact Rose Brothers & Sons today. Serving all of Greater Cincinnati, Southern Indiana & Northern Kentucky, including: FlorenceFt. MitchellVilla Hills, Union, Ft. Wright, Hebron, Burlington, Covington, Erlanger, Independence , Ft. Thomas, Newport, Owenton, Park Hills, Cold Spring, Edgewood, Walton, Dry Ridge, Verona, Crittenden, Sparta, Alexandria, Glenco, and Williamstown, our experienced team can help you discover what is wrong and put your mind at ease. With an A+ rating from the BBB and over 45 years of combined experience, Rose Brothers & Sons is the best choice you can make.

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