Smoke Detector Safety

In this video, Junior Estimator Scott Estep discusses the importance of having smoke alarms in your home. He reviews different types of detectors, how they work, where they should be

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Nickle’s 2016 Year in Review

This year marked 30 years in business for Nickle Electrical. In May 1986, Paul Allen Nickle founded Paul A. Nickle, Inc., an electrical contracting company operating in northern Delaware. Within

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2016’s Popular Blog Posts

We try our best to post a relevant and helpful blog post for our readers each week. Below is a recap of this year’s popular posts.   FAQs on electrical

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Nickle wins big at ABC Excellence Awards dinners

This year, Nickle Electrical was presented with four Excellence in Construction Awards: two from the Associated Builders and Contractors Delaware Chapter and two from the Associated Builders and Contractors Chesapeake

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Uncommon home fire hazards

There are many obvious fire hazards: faulty wiring, unattended candles, smoking in the home. But there are quite a few hazards that aren’t so noticeable. Even when you think you’re

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Nickle makes Top 600 specialty contractors list for third year in a row

For the third year in a row, Engineering News-Record Magazine has named Nickle Electrical Companies in its annual Top 600 Specialty Contractors list. Nickle snagged spot #460 on the famed

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Winter job site safety

There are hazards at every construction site, no matter the time of day or year. But winter is coming and the majority of construction work takes place outside, so employees

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Nickle Electrical Company Picnic 2016

On Saturday, October 8, dozens of employees and their families traveled to Lums Pond State Park for the Nickle Electrical Company Picnic. More than 100 people enjoyed face painting, a

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Fall for these Autumn safety tips

While safety is important throughout the entire year, there are a few safety precautions to take as we enter the cool autumn and winter seasons.   Be safe on Halloween.

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Taking the Journeyman’s Exam

To become a licensed electrician, you’re required to take the state journeyman’s exam. Many people take this exam after completing four years in a paid apprenticeship program, which combines both

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