Mr. Sparky News

Smoke alarms are a key part of keeping your home and family safe. When there is a fire, smoke spreads fast and could be deadly. Working smoke alarms give you an early warning so you can get to safety quickly. However, while many homes or...

  When trying to understand your home’s electrical system, you may encounter a tangle of colored wires. Here's what those colors mean, and a few things to keep in mind when checking your wiring system. If your home is older or you're having difficulty with your...

  According to the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), electrical fires are the third leading cause of residential fires in the U.S. Certain items like electrical cords under rugs, extension cords pinched behind furniture, overloaded outlets, or phones charging on beds can pose a serious fire...

High winds, lighting and water can be a destructive force to your homes electrical system. April showers bring more than May flowers. Many times the months of April and May bring heavy rains, storms and lighting, causing minor or even severe damage to your home’s electrical system....

Every child deserves a joyful Christmas, and Mister Sparky San Antonio is helping make that happen. In partnership with Kens 5 Bill’s Elves Christmas Toy Drive and Generations Federal Credit Union, Mister Sparky is collecting gifts to donate to the nearly 8,000 children under the...

Gifts part of Mister Sparky San Antonio’s “Spark Change” campaign

San Antonio, TX (November 29, 2016) With the holidays around the corner, Mister Sparky San Antonio hopes to put smiles on the faces of children receiving care at The Children’s Hospital of San Antonio. On Giving Tuesday, Mister Sparky San Antonio announced a plan to collect donations from their customers in the form of toys throughout the month of December. The toys will be given to children that will spend Christmas Day receiving some form of care for an illness or injury.
San Antonio, TX – When electrical trucks from Mister Sparky roll up to the Paul Jolly Center for Pet Adoptions on Thursday morning, it won’t be to fix the electrical outlets. Those trucks will be filled with several months’ worth of pet food and supplies to help feed and take care of the animals at the San Antonio Pets Alive! (SAPA) Tuleta location.