F. E. Trainer Construction Inc.

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I have two outside outlets (one on the back and one in the front). I noticed that the one in the front is flashing red. Why is that?
Aug 30, 2016
That sounds like it is a GFCI outlet, which simply put means your outlet has it's own breaker. Most codes now require outside electrical outlets to be GFCI for safety reasons. If it is flashing red it ... read more
What are the phases of a kitchen remodel and in what order? How does the pricing of material and labor get explained in an estimate?
Jul 29, 2016
The combination of answers above is pretty inclusive. The first responder's comments get you to the construction phase. I would add that recommendations from friends sometimes fall short if your proje ... read more
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