H.O. Electric Receives 2014 Best of Belmont Award
Belmont Award Program Honors the Achievement
BELMONT April 23, 2014 -- H.O. Electric has been selected for the 2014 Best of Belmont Award in the Air Conditioning…Continue
Added by H.O. Electric on April 30, 2014 at 10:57am — No Comments
Many homeowners searching the internet for crawlspace repair information end up in home repair forums. While there is some good information out there, there are many examples of bad and outdated advice related to repairing crawlspaces. I have witnessed firsthand the results of unprofessional crawlspace repair and would like to set the record straight on what I consider to be the worst 5 crawlspace repairs I've seen.
1. Adding more foundation vents…
The Belmont Award Program recognizes outstanding local businesses that serve their local market. Each year, we identify companies that we believe have achieved exceptional marketing success in their local community and business category. These are local companies that enhance the positive image of small business through service to their customers and community.…Continue
Added by H.O. Electric on October 8, 2013 at 10:36am — No Comments
Strange noises emanating from the refrigerator really upsets clients. In addition to the noise, the refrigerator feels warm to the touch. We get these calls often for refrigerator…Continue
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Jim Roche, a North Shore resident, has been named Plumber Manager at H.O. Electric, Plumbing, Heating & Cooling.
Roche, who joined H.O. Electric in December of 2012, started his career in Massachusetts and brought his skills down to Florida for a time. Deciding on returning back to the Greater Boston Area he found his home with H.O. Electric as the companies new Plumbing Manager. In his new role,…Continue
With the massive brain trust of geeked out intellectual bloggers found here, I was hesitant to wet my pen and speak up, nevertheless I'm going to breakdown going Green with your PC.
The Home Computer
Your average home computer uses 200 to 400 watts, depending on its hardware, monitor and use. By comparison, your average plasma TV runs around 300 watts, but a Wii uses only 18 watt. A high-performance computer…Continue
Added by Kurt Turner on March 17, 2011 at 12:30pm — No Comments
Boston-Cambridge, MA – H.O. Electric today announced the launch of…
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