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Fun. Feather. Chandelier. Heaven.

Surprising electricians with an outrageous lighting element is like amazing the mailman with a stamp. It is hard to do.
This whimsical piece posted in instagram is a marvel of wonderment, though. Wow. What a creation.


Hanging Lights, originally uploaded by red b power.

Brandon Stewert, an electrician with redbpower and a student at Ogheechee Technical College, hangs a chandelier in a Statesboro home.

redbpower is an electrical contracting service that offers low and high voltage solutions to indoor, outdoor, commercial and residential clients. We pride ourselves in doing everything it takes to get a job done!

Savannah-Statesboro Service Area Electrical Code Inspection

At redbpower, we are armed with low and high voltage licenses, degrees, and continuing ed  provide careful electrical code inspections in the Statesboro, Savannah area.  We inspect  every electrical device in your house and make certain your devices are current with the code. If we discover electrical devices that are not up to code, in most instances, we will upgrade the mechanism while at the site. We will test the service panel, too,  for appropriate wiring connections and the internal breaker panel for the correct breaker usage.

If electrical systems are found to be out of code guidelines, your inspection will not pass the electrician’s approval test and upgrades will be needed. These codes are set up to guarantee safety in your home and to avoid electrical fires.

We repair and troubleshoot any electric problem you may have:

  • Dedicated Circuits
  • Switches  and Outlets
  • Smoke Detectors
  • Home Automation
  • Wiring  for Telephone
  • Cable Television Wiring
  • Electrical Wiring for Every Phase of Renovation
  • Computer Networking
  • Chandelier and Lighting Installation
  • Fans-Attic/Exhaust/Ceiling/Bathroom/

If you are looking for an inspection and you are in the Savannah, Statesboro service area then give us a call today on the power line: 912. 871.redb. That’s, 912.871.7332.  

Georgia Southern Botanical Garden’s 1st Annual Rhythm and Blues

Rhythm & Brews, a beer tasting with a musical blast of brass, will fill the GSU Botanical Garden’s field on Friday, November 12 from 6-10 PM. 
Statesboro Blues Band, a 10-piece band headed by Pladd Dot’s Chris Mitchell, will be shaking the leaves out of the trees and a variety of vendors will be providing a broad array of beers to try – and you get a totally cool commemorative glass.
The event is structured like the popular Wine, Moonlight, and Magnolias.  Everyone is sure to leave satisfied. 
Food will be available for purchase from 119 Chops, the Hunter Cattle Company, and Buffalo’s Southwest Grill. 
Tickets are $30 per person through Friday, November 5th. To order, call 912-871-1149.
Casual dress; Must be 21 or older to attend

Statesboro Farmer’s Market Stump Meeting

Tree stump, originally uploaded by doug88888.

Good morning! Thought you might like to know: 19 candidate campaigns will be in Statesboro, Georgia on Saturday, October 2 1010 from 9a – 1p. Leadership Bulloch Class of 2010 & Statesboro-Bulloch Chamber of Commerce are sponsoring
Statesboro Farmers Market Stump Meeting to share food, music, free raffle for a John Deere mower and the best rhetoric.

Visit The Main Street Statesboro Farmers Market to get more than your groceries this week. See these Georgia campagins: Casey Cagle, John Barrow, Carol Porter, Ralph Hudgens, Darryl Hicks, Adrien Hunter, Ray McKinney, Carol Porter, & Kevin Cherry.

We will be there. See you at the stump!

Contact, James Bubba Revell, Russel Keen, Per Holtz, Brian Hulsey, or Jimbo Lawson for more info about the Stump Meeting.

Here is Holly Deal Bragg’s article in the Statesboro Herald about the event.

They All Say, “Cheeeeese.”

They All Say, “Cheeeeese.”, originally uploaded by red b power.

The Leadership Bulloch Class of 2010 traveled to Atlanta to tour the Capitol, visit Georgia Power, and learn about Jackson State Prison among a list of other activities. Senator Jack Hill and Governor Sonny Purdue stand for a pose with Brian and the group. “It was awesome,” Brian said as he recollected the trip. He was most impressed by death row at the prison. “It was eerie. Someone was injected just four days before in that room. I touched the bed…,” he said.

For more photos, visit Governor Sonny Perdue’s page.

Savannah Bound

State Roads & Interstates, originally uploaded by tmac0381.

One electrical crew headed to Savannah today.