What electrical services do you provide?
We’re able to handle just about any residential or commercial electrical issue, and have the certification to prove it. From free panel inspection and outlet repairs, to ceiling fans, smoke detectors, and outdoor lighting, to generator installation and security system updates.
Do I need to be there while you do your work?
Once we’re on-site and working, you can usually go on with your day as you normally would. We’ll make sure to sort out the issue quickly and efficiently, so we can get out of your way and minimally disrupt your daily routine.
What can I do to lower my energy bills?
There’s a number of ways in which your electrical system could be adversely affecting your energy bills. If interested in energy efficiency, you might want to consider upgrading your lighting setup to LED use. Also, upgrading HVAC and any number of appliances around the place could also help. Our technicians can perform all the necessary inspections and provide you with an assessment.
What’s this weird sound that my smoke detector makes?
We get this one a lot. A smoke detector that keeps beeping or chirping for no apparent reason could just be indicating that its batteries need to be replaced. If that’s not the case, there might be a wiring problem causing it to malfunction. To keep your home safe and secure, get your smoke detectors inspected by our certified residential electricians.
What features should I look for in a ceiling fan?
As with most electrical purchases, your choice of ceiling fan should be based on your specific needs. The blade performance you want might depend on the humidity at your locale, the volume of the room you’re installing it in, and a number of other factors.
What’s the best way to avoid blowing a fuse?
If you’re blowing fuses on a regular basis, your electrical panel might be in dire need of an update. Many older types are simply unable to carry the load that a modern home demands, with its ever-growing array of electrical appliances. Consider upgrading or replacing it to keep everything running smoothly.
What kind of electrical panel should I get?
The answer to this one depends on your total electrical consumption. To estimate the amperage you need, tally up your building’s total square footage, inventory all the appliances you’re got operating there, and then share this information with your electrician. Just don’t forget to include your HVAC system in the calculation!
Can’t I just do my own electrical wiring?
You might be able to, and in some jurisdictions, it’s even legal to do so – provided you bring in a county clerk to officially inspect your work. However, it’s usually both safer and easier to hire a licensed electrician instead and let them handle it.