People have labeled this time of year as the “dog days of summer,” which is said to have originated from the ancient Romans, who could see the star Sirius (aka “the dog star”) in the morning sky during the summer months. Whatever the source of the phrase, July can be overwhelmingly hot in most parts of the country. I’m not sure most of us would know what to do if the power shut off and we had to put down our electronic devices and seek out a way to cool off. Sure, most of us sometimes have to
Feeling the Heat from Summertime Electrical Service Calls
When temperatures and service calls rise, are you ready to respond accordingly?