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Follow These Fall Safety Tips!

Follow These Fall Safety Tips!

The Electrical Safety Foundation International (ESFI), reminds you to keep electrical safety in mind as the cooler fall weather moves many activities back indoors. The following safety tips will help you stay safe during the change of seasons: Safely store warm weather tools like lawn mowers and tri...

October 10, 2018 Read more
Dangers from space heaters are not over yet

Dangers from space heaters are not over yet

By Master Electrician Catherine Nazarene, Little Sparkie Electric LLC Maryland has seen some warm winter days recently, but that doesn’t mean the dangers of space heaters are over.  In fact, people may actually use the space heaters more to avoid cranking up the thermostat when temperatures drop....

February 26, 2018 Read more
Seeking advanced helper or journeyman-level electrician

Seeking advanced helper or journeyman-level electrician

Seeking advanced helper or journeyman-level electrician for flexible work hours. Mechanical ability a huge plus to help service our approximately 100 Generac generator customers. Maturity and ability to relate to customers a must. Usual hand tools required. Competitive wages commensurate with experi...

February 26, 2018 Read more
Little Sparkie Electric Celebrates 10th Anniversary

Little Sparkie Electric Celebrates 10th Anniversary

Frederick, MD…Catherine Nazarene has built her successful business as an electrical contractor by ignoring the Dow Jones average and focusing on hard work, excellent service and diversifying their service offerings. Although she launched her Mt. Airy-based business on January 1, 2007, she was ab...

January 15, 2017 Read more
Celebrating Nine Years in Business!

Celebrating Nine Years in Business!

New Year’s Day 2016 marked the 9th anniversary in business for Little Sparkie Electric! It’s hard to believe. Time flies when you’re having fun, as the saying goes! We are excited to reach such a milestone, and we want to say a huge THANK YOU!! first and foremost to our customers, ...

January 4, 2016 Read more
More Home Fires Occur in Winter

More Home Fires Occur in Winter

With winter’s coldest months upon us, we ask that people be aware of electrical fire hazards. In an average year, heating is the cause of 17 percent of structure fires; however, in winter, especially during the coldest months, heating fires jump to 27 percent of structure fires, according to the U...

December 7, 2015 Read more
Generators and Extended Power Outages

Generators and Extended Power Outages

Remember the summer of 2012? One 20-minute storm at the beginning of July knocked out electricity to homes and businesses all over the region. Although most customers had their power restored within a week, some customers were without power for more like a month. And then there was Super Hurricane S...

September 7, 2015 Read more

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