Homeowners can learn to do electrical repairs themselves
“I learned a lot in every class. I’m no longer fearful of doing easy electrical work myself,” commented one participant.
Homeowners will again have an opportunity to get hands-on experience with the tools and techniques needed to do common repairs at the popular Electrical Series offered by Home Repair Resource Center, the Cleveland Heights nonprofit. No previous experience is necessary, but reservations are required.
The classes are taught by seasoned professionals, who will demonstrate repairs such as replacing switches and outlets, installing three-way switches, running new circuits, installing ceiling fans, and troubleshooting non-working doorbells.
The six two-hour classes, beginning January 7th, can be taken in sequence or individually. Class size is limited to maximize small-group learning, and the sessions fill quickly. Participants pay a modest fee, $10 per class for Cleveland Heights residents and $15 for non-residents (with reduced rates for low-income Cleveland Heights residents).