Southlake Electrician

Circle-E Maintenance is staffed with licensed technicians providing electrical services to commercial and residential properties throughout Southlake TX. Circle-E. is your “One Source Maintenance Company". Contact us today for a quote of any of the following services or call 817-355-0044
  • Neon Repair | parking lot-pole light repairs Southlake
  • LED Pole Lights Retro fits | Electrical Installs
  • Electrical Installations & Repairs Southlake
  • Circuit Repairs & Installations Southlake
  • Electrical Panel Replacement Southlake
  • Security Lighting Installation Southlake
  • Photocell/Time Clock Replacement or Installation
  • Install and Repair Plugs & Outlets in Southlake
  • Wiring Southlake
   
  • LED Lighting Southlake
  • Outlet additions in Southlake
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  • GFI Plugs Southlake
  • Switch Repairs Southlake
  • Panel Change Outs Southlake
  • Breaker repair Southlake
  • Outlet repairs Southlake
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U.S. heating costs forecast to be higher this winter

(Reuters) - Most U.S. households can expect higher heating expenditures this winter than in the previous two years, according to the government's Winter Fuels Outlook released on Wednesday. The U.S. Energy Information Agency (EIA) said in a report that the higher expected heating expenditures between October and March are the result of more demand for heating because of colder weather and, to a lesser extent, higher fuel prices. EIA said it based its heating demand projections on the most recent temperature forecasts from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA). NOAA forecast that the coming winter would be 13 percent colder than last


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