Wishing all of our Members a safe and fun Halloween! For information on Halloween Safety, please visit the following link. https://www.canada.ca/en/health-canada/services/home-safety/halloween-safety.html
Have you ever wondered how much power your space heater really uses? By using this simple formula, you can calculate the approximate consumption of your space heater. Watts / 1000 x Hours x Days in Month= kWh 1500 / 1000 x 24 x 31 = 1116 kWh If you have a space heater plugged in for 24 hours a day, for 31 days in a row, it would cause an overall increase in your consumption by 1,116 kwh.
Keep the following tips in mind, to possibly reduce your overall kitchen consumption. Be efficient with refrigeration: Keep your fridge and freezer at their ideal temperature. For your fridge this is between 2°C and 3°C and your freezer should be at -18°C. Unplug your second fridge: Unplug that second fridge or freezer that only has a couple of items in it, and find room in your current one to cut your consumption in half. Use the microwave: A microwave takes 15 minutes to do
**Please note that power has been restored at the below noted locations.** Please note that we are currently experiencing a transmission line power outage in the Barrhead and Thunder Lake area that is affecting members within the following LSD's; 57-04-W5 58-04-W5 59-04-W5 60-04-W5 57-05-W5 58-05-W5 59-05-W5 60-05-W5 58-06-W5 59-06-W5 We appreciate your patience and understanding while power is being restored.
Please note that we are currently experiencing a transmission line power outage in the Barrhead and Thunder Lake area that is affecting members within the following LSD's; 57-04-W5 58-04-W5 59-04-W5 60-04-W5 57-05-W5 58-05-W5 59-05-W5 60-05-W5 58-06-W5 59-06-W5 We appreciate your patience and understanding while power is being restored.
Duct tape is handy for a lot of things, but is not meant to effectively fix drafts. Researchers believe the adhesive is why duct tape fails as a sealant. When heating systems reach certain heats, the glue holding duct tape causes the tape to fall off leaving areas vulnerable to energy waste. Fix your drafts with caulking, weather stripping and or insulation and save your duct tape for other projects!
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In the event of a power outage, one of the first things you should do, is check your breaker at the transformer pole to ensure it is UP and in the ON position. In the event that you check your breaker and it is DOWN and in the OFF position, all you may have to do in order to restore power is turn the breaker back into the ON position by flipping it UP. If you have checked your breaker and it is in the ON position, but you still have no power, please contact our Emergency Line
Have you ever wondered how electricity gets to you and your home? The below four steps explain how the process works! 1. GENERATION:
Electricity starts at a generator which can be powered by wind, water, or the burning of fossil fuels. 2. TRANSMISSION:
The generated power travels through cables called transmission lines. These lines are part of the provincial power grid. 3. DISTRIBUTION:
The electricity gets converted at a substation to a lower voltage and travels along RE
Fall is a very busy time of the year for moving agricultural equipment, and unfortunately can sometimes result in making contact with the line and or power poles. If you are unsure of the height of your equipment and the height of the lines along your route. If you are ever in doubt about the route you are taking, please contact our office and we can help you plan safe passage. If you have made contact with any of Wild Rose REA Ltd.'s facilities, please contact our 24 Hour Ca