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March 2, 2022
Talking Trees: Help Us Keep the Power Flowing
Keeping your power on 24/7/365 is job one at Walton EMC. Minimizing vegetation around our distribution lines is one way we achieve this level of reliability. As Walton EMC’s right-of-way (ROW) coordinator, it’s Eric Floyd’s job to see that trees don’t grow too close to the co-op’s electric lines. Tree limbs that come in contact […]
If air leaks are causing your heating and cooling system to work harder, it’s time to get caulking. Try these techniques to get a smooth, mess-free seal. CHECK the weather. Apply caulk during dry weather when the outdoor temperature is above 45 degrees F. CHOOSE the right caulk. Know your intended use (interior versus exterior […]
POWERful Gadgets: Chevy EV
The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) annually provides a look into the technological crystal ball. Manufacturers and inventors from around the globe gather to showcase everything from auto advancements to Z-series tablets that have the potential to change how we live and work. This year, the product generating the most tech world buzz is an electric […]
EMC Security Text Notifications Offer Enhanced Customer Experience
EMC Security is committed to providing options that simplify customers’ lives and make it easier to use their security systems. In that spirit of convenience, EMC Security is offering a free, innovative text notification option you won’t see anywhere else. With EMC Text-Alert, customers can opt-in to be notified via text when EMC Security receives […]
Plugged In: Can I Prune My Trees Near Power Lines?
Q: Why can’t I prune trees that are near Walton EMC power lines? A: You should NOT touch — let alone prune — a tree that’s in contact with a power line, including the service wire leading to your house. It’s very dangerous and can even be lethal. The water in a living tree’s tissues can conduct […]
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