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Working on frayed wires, faulty switches and replacing worn out circuits, requires a number of tools to get the job done. Besides the standard wire cutters, electrical snips and other tools, you'll need few accessories to make these jobs easier on yourself. Insulated rubber covers are great for placing over a live wire for added safety. Just like cord reels, hanging cable dispensers free up space and make cable installation go much more quickly. Sears also has outdoor light strings and work lights that you can hang in dark areas before you're ready to flip the final switch on a project.
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Keep sparks from flying with these electrician accessories
Electricians require a considerable number of specialized tools to get their jobs done. Pair those with the right accessories and the projects can become exponentially less complicated. With extra cable for specific systems, multi-outlet adapters and work lights, you can take on any repair issue without complications. Sears has wide selection of electrician accessories to add to your toolbox.
One of the most helpful extras for electrical jobs is a temporary light string. These lighting units can be attached to the ceiling and come in either 50 or 100 foot lengths. Most strings have intervals of about 10 feet between the bulbs, giving you a large span of overhead light. These are great for home renovation projects. For the smaller job, there are single light work lights that have a hook and a sturdy cage to protect the bulb. They can be plugged into any standard outlet. These are good for jobs that require you to bring the light with you when you need it in one specific area as opposed to lighting up a large space.
Magnification tools are key accessories that will make electrical jobs easier. Working with electronics can be extremely difficult due to their smaller size. In addition, repairs must often be done in low light conditions when the power is turned off. Sears has a number of magnifying lenses that have LED lights built into the casing. These lights run on AA batteries and are small enough to be brought into tight spaces. You can only fix a problem if you can see it, so pick up magnifying tools to help you work.
When it comes to electrical work, safety should always be your number one focus. When working with live electrical wires, there is a very real danger of shock and injury. To keep these to a minimum, you'll need to pick up an insulated rubber wire cover. Find various sizes of wire covers to protect yourself and others working with you from harm. When working on large scale home renovations, odds are you're going to have large spools of cable and wire around. Investing in a ceiling mounted cable dispenser can clear up your floor space and make it safer to move around the workspace. These dispensers also make the process of wiring much more smooth and efficient.
Using the right electrician accessories will make taking on any electrical issue easier. Find the extra electrical tools you need to finish off your projects at Sears.