You always want to make sure your home or business is modern and up to date, especially where electrical issues are concerned. Old electrical wiring can cause safety issues if it's not replaced. If you're unsure whether you need new wiring our expert team is happy to inspect and evaluate your home or business. We'll let you know the results of our inspection quickly and work with you on a plan of action moving forward. Having other wiring problems? An outlet that doesn't work? A fuse that keeps blowing? We can help with that too and offer free estimates for any repair work that we do!
If you're renovating your home or opening a new business you'll need a quality electrical wiring plan that works for you. Our licensed electricians can inspect your property, talk to you about your electrical requirements and design a plan that works for your residential or commercial space. We'll answer all your questions and go over every option so you can choose what's best for your needs and for your budget. We won't waste your time and have the experience to install electrical wiring from scratch. Just give us a call to learn more today.
We're not limited to just wiring issues-- we have a wide range of experience and services we offer. Special projects such as hanging sophisticated light fixtures, installing LED lighting and mounting under cabinet lights are all part of our repertoire. There's no project too unique and we're happy to talk with you about any custom work you need. Looking for light fixtures, ceiling fans, and other kinds of other electrical equipment? Just head over to pick out anything you might need-- our sales are always around the corner!
In addition to our special projects, we have over 23 years of experience installing the electrical work for hot tubs and pools. We will help you along the way from installation to the completion of the project. Even after completion, we are always willing to come back and help troubleshoot any issues you may have. Let us help you with all of your pool and hot tub electrical needs!
Most electric car are plugged to a 30 or 50 amp electric line from the homeowner panel box to the charger, depending on brand of the car owned. Many Installations are located the garage or can be outdoors on a post as each Installation is different. The cost will vary depending on the different factors such as :