2022 BBB Awards for Excellence: Winner of Distinction

The Better Business Bureau recognizes Mister Sparky Electrician Houston as the recipient of the 2022 Better Business Bureau Awards for Excellence: Winner of Distinction. The Better Business Bureau recognizes non-profits and businesses for their achievements and continued commitment to providing a quality workplace. Mister Sparky Electrician Houston is proud to be one of the 264 companies recognized at the November 2022 BBB Awards for Excellence. Mister Sparky Electrician Houston received the Award for Excellence for the second year in a...

EV Charger Installation Near Houston

Do you own an electric vehicle? And, if you do, are you always searching for someplace to charge it? Well, with a home EV charger installation, you'd never lack car power again. With that in mind, let's consider nine common questions about EV chargers and the EV charger installation process.  Contents What Are EV Chargers? What Wiring Is Needed for EV Chargers? Can a Normal Electrician Handle an EV Charging Station Installation? Do I Need an Electrician for an EV...

Incandescent vs LED Light Bulbs: Which is better?

Moving into a new home or apartment can be an exhausting process. Moving can take a lot out of you and your wallet. One of the simplest ways to save money is via your electric bill. Lighting is a huge part of your energy usage. Different types of lighting use various amounts of energy. The energy usage is notably different for incandescent vs LED lights. If you're moving into an older home or apartment, it may be full of traditional...

Why is my GFCI outlet not working?

Ground fault circuit interrupters, or GFCIs, can cut power to the entire outlet in certain circumstances. They are most often in locations like hallways, bedrooms, and kitchens. GFCIs monitor the level of electricity traveling through a circuit. If too much power comes through, the GFCI shuts the circuit off. They are designed to respond to quick, high-voltage surges. Arc Fault Circuit Interrupters, inversely, respond to sustained, low-voltage surges.  GFCIs are often placed in kitchens and bathrooms. These are places with...