Have a breaker that trips instantly or a part of the home that the lights and/or outlets do not work? Our electrical company can provide troubleshooting services to find the source of the problem.
Knob and tube is an ungrounded system. Anytime there is a fault in the electrical system, the grounding path can be the person using it. The grounding system is what protects people from being the easiest path to ground. The insulation on the wire of knob and tube is a rubberized cloth that becomes brittle over time and does not have the same capacity as our electrical wiring today. A whole house rewire can provide a completely grounded and updated system providing a safer path for the electricity and for the user. The new electrical installation updates also include interconnected smoke detectors, an exterior front and back outlet, dedicated circuits, and the opportunity to replace the existing electrical lighting fixtures with new customer provided fixtures during the rewire.
Have a worn-out panel (weatherized, rusty, loose connections, burn out breakers)? Or upgrading to a larger panel with more breaker space or amperage to accommodate the needs for today's standards? We can replace your panel or give you recommendations to suit your needs.
Tired of waiting as long as it does to charge your vehicle from a standard outlet? Installing a circuit for a car charger will greatly reduce your charge time.
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Need more breaker space than the main panel provides, or are there a number of circuits that will be installed in one location of your property (shop, garage, or shed)? Installing a new subpanel can provide the additional needed breaker space.
Losing power in sections of your home, or have outlets where the plug keeps falling out? There may be worn out outlets and switches around the home. Replacing them can provide not only a safer connection but also a newer look. We provide electrical outlet & switch installation in various styles.
Have items that showed up on a home inspection report such as: missing knock outs, double tapped breakers, or loose connections? Smaller repairs might be all that is needed without replacing the entire panel.
Is the service on the exterior of the home (that holds the electrical meter) undersized, damaged, or does it need to be relocated? A service change can be the solution.
Have an outdated fixture or one that isn't quite bright enough? Replacing the fixture is a simple way to customize the room to your liking.
Worn out bathroom fan or looking for something quieter? Replacing the fan will not only improve the air flow and moisture level but may also improve the noise level.
Recessed can lighting can provide a more even distribution of light making it overall brighter. Existing recessed can lighting may only need a new trim & bulb or LED kit to create a more uniform look and light/bulb color throughout the home. Both options may also be placed on dimmers to change the lighting as needed throughout the day.
Looking to plug in your generator directly to the home to turn on your most needed electrical items during a power outage? (Example: fridge, furnace, internet, etc.) Then a "portable generator set up" can provide a direct connection from your portable generator to the various circuits around the home.
Installing a new appliance, sump pump, mini-split unit or any new electrical device that draws a lot of power? Adding a dedicated circuit provides enough power to that source without tripping the other breakers.
Have an area of the home that is cold and in need of a new electric heater or is the existing heater not working properly? Installing or replacing an existing electric baseboard or electric forced air heater can be the solution. We also provide installation of electric heaters to replace existing ones for a new look.
Are the heaters getting stuck in the on or off position? A thermostat replacement can resolve the issue and there are thermostat options that allow for a more precise control.
Have smoke detectors more than 10 years old? If so, the smoke detectors will need to be replaced. Not only are they there to alert you of smoke, but on each floor, an alert for carbon monoxide as well.
Recently bought a home or had a pre-inspection to sell a home? The inspection report may show various electrical issues throughout the home. (Example: GFCI protection, missing covers, panel repairs, or improper installation) Call our electrician, Ryan, to schedule an estimate to resolve your electrical repair list.
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