Fall is a great time to address some updates or plan overdue enhancements to your property. Here are Walter Electric's recommended fall electrical projects to consider.
Whether it be a dorm room or off-campus housing, using electrical devices and electricity properly is an important life lesson.
As summer is coming to a close, there is still time to complete those energy-saving house projects you’ve been considering!
Donna Boesl started Walter Electric inspired by her Grandfather Walter, who was an electrician even before all homes had electricity.
Did you know effective now, as of July 2017, the state of Maryland is offering incentives to install EV Charging station(s) at your property?
With roughly 30% of your property costs going to energy consumption, and 55% of that cost is lighting, the time is now to know if you are lighting it up right, or being left in the dark.
Although half of your summer energy consumption is being used by your AC, there are several other ways you can save on your electric bill.
As we are about the experience extreme temperatures around Maryland, here are 5 ways you can stay comfortable and safe in your home.
Water and electricity can be a dangerous combination. As we begin backyard pool season here in Maryland, be sure to check out Walter Electric's tips for a safe pool area.
From entertaining friends to cooking outdoors, the right outdoor living space has special electrical requirements.
Didn't shop yet for Father's Day? No problem. Give Dad the gift of relaxation and take some home electrical projects off his plate.
Fans are an important part of every home when it comes to air quality, comfort and energy efficiency. Ceiling, Bathroom, Attic, and Kitchen Exhaust fans -- all keep the air moving and serve important home purposes.
Citybizlist sat down with Walter Electric CEO Donna Kolb Boesl to discuss her experience starting the company, being a female in a male dominated industry, and her special talents which contribute to Walter Electric’s success.
Everyone knows water and electricity is a dangerous combination. Make sure your electrical is wet weather ready with these important safety tips.
May is recognized as Electrical Safety Month, and many times we don’t know we are living in unsafe conditions until it is too late. Prevent inconvenience or potential fire and be safe.