Electrical Pool Safety

Pools & Electrical Safety: Essential Tips for a Safer Pool 

While pools offer an enjoyable experience for family and friends, it is essential that pool owners and users understand and prioritize safety from potential electrical hazards in wet environments.

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Our Top 7 Electrical Safety Tips from Fire Safety Experts

Our Ting Fire Safety Team experts offer their best safety tips based on their extensive experience identifying and mitigating nearly 10,000 electrical hazards.

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Are Squirrels Damaging Your Home’s Electrical System?

Every year, we assist many homeowners with electrical fire hazards caused by wild animals (most commonly squirrels). How can you tell if critters are wreaking havoc on your home’s wiring or electrical equipment?

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Power Surges, Outages, and Brownouts: Is Your Home at Risk?

Data shows that nearly 1 million homes may be receiving dangerous power today. How do you know if the electricity delivered to your home is safe?

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How to Think about Electrical Fire Risk

For homeowners interested in safety, electrical fire risks are not just about the age of your home. Learn more about these risks here.

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Is It Time to Replace Your Electrical Outlets?

As the #1 electrical fire hazard identified by Ting in 2023, it’s important that your outlets are in good working condition, and where needed, upgraded to keep your family & home safe.

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Top 5 Electrical Fire Hazards of 2023

Based on all the saves our Fire Safety Team guided Ting customers with this year, we’re sharing the top 5 arcing sources that triggered fire hazard warnings in 2023.

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Are Your Christmas Tree Lights Safe?

Christmas tree lights cause 40% of Christmas tree fires. How can you check if your string lights are safe?

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Ting’s Role in Preventing Electrical Fires

Electrical fire hazards vary in nature; here we explore what Ting is designed to detect – and what Ting is unlikely to detect today.

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Fall Electrical Safety

3 Electrical Safety To-Do’s for Fall 

Your Ting sensor is continuously monitoring your home’s electrical system and prevents 80% of electrical fires, but you can play an active part in helping to ensure your home stays safe from all fires with the change of season. Here are three to-do list items to check off this fall to help protect your home and family.

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