5 Common Signs of Electrical Issues in the Home

By Joe McNulty | February 13, 2020

Being ‘tuned into’ your home depends heavily on two key variables: a fundamental understanding of the basics, and good situational awareness. But these are not always easy to obtain. More than any other home topic, this holds true for your home’s electrical system and its health. Electrical hazards that lead to fires most often develop over time. Ting catches the hazard before it has a chance to ‘blossom’ into something much worse.

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kids running in hall, Ting in outlet

Ting Update: Why This Smart Home Innovation Makes Sense

By Joe McNulty | December 6, 2019

Homeowners, home service contractors, and the insurance industry have taken notice. Ting works – and works well. We’re pleased to provide an important update on Ting below, with additional information we hope will be meaningful for you, your family and your home.

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Winter Season Home Safety

By Joe McNulty | December 9, 2019

Most of us seem to get through the holidays without experiencing a safety-related incident in the home. I’d chalk this up to good practices and common sense, with some good old-fashioned luck. Despite less daylight, hectic end-of-year schedules and packed social calendars, we generally tend to do OK. However, this is the time of year where home fires peak in number and impact.

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5 Steps to Better Fire Safety in the Home

By Joe McNulty | November 15, 2019

Fire safety in the home – it’s not just about smoke detectors. October is National Fire Prevention Month, but having a home fire safety plan is a year-round imperative.

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Ting’s Origin Story

By Joe McNulty | October 1, 2019

Lightning detection, a devastating home electrical fire, and a whole lot of grit Dr. Stan Heckman is not your ordinary scientist, although he would like you to think that he is. Dr. Heckman received his Ph.D. from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in Atmospheric Science, where his research focused on the physics of lightning.…

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