Black-Out


Save electricity to avoid blackouts

Save electricity to avoid blackouts As summer approaches its end, temperatures are still around 100˚F with a heat index of around 110˚F. This means that by mandatory, energy companies cannot disconnect a customer’s power. However, don’t be foolish, the power will be needed to be paid. We need your help, save electricity to avoid blackouts. […]

Save Electricity to Avoid Blackouts

Extreme Cold Weather Can Bring Power Outages

Extreme Cold Weather Can Bring Power Outages

Extreme Cold Weather Can Bring Power Outages In the same way, like in the summer, Extreme Cold Weather Can Bring Power Outages. Long extreme cold weather makes us demand more energy from the grid. This makes power lines and grid work more stress than usual. What can happen when we pull more electricity than usual? […]


Electricity Express helps those affected by Hurricane Harvey

Electricity Express helps those affected by Hurricane Harvey It’s been 4 days since Hurricane Harvey made landfall in Houston and surrounding areas, leaving more than 30,000 people who need emergency shelter. When a tragedy like Harvey strikes, the best humanity thing to do is help those in need.  Right now, Houston and surrounding areas are […]


Power Outage

Blackout after Storm The season of severe storms and/or tornadoes in Texas has arrived; tornadoes are common in Texas especially during the months of March to August. Prepare yourself for a severe storm or tornado First, you need to understand the difference between a tornado watch and a tornado warning. A tornado watch means that the formation of tornadoes […]

Home Electricity Power Outage

How to Prepare for Losing Power in a Storm

How to Prepare for Losing Power in a Storm

Home Electricity Services In Case Of Emergency How to Prepare for Losing Power in a Storm Losing power can be frightening.  We often forget how much we rely on electricity until we don’t have it.  Small storms that cause temporary blackouts are annoying.  And everyone remembers the frightening strength of hurricanes such as Katrina, which […]