Electrical Repairs and Installations
Keeping your home and family safe is always a priority. Electrical problems can be very tricky and cause worry when it comes to who will do it correctly. It is important to have a licensed professional perform inspections and repairs to ensure that your home’s electrical system is in good hands. Our electricians are licensed and insured to handle any problems that your home may have in a safe way, giving you the peace of mind you need.
Our Electricians Will Repair, Upgrade, and Install Anything Your Home Needs
You can count on us to wire your home correctly and take care of any electrical need including:
- Electrical Panel Upgrades
- Electrical Wiring Install
- Install/Repair Ceiling Fans
- Repair Electrical Components of Appliances
- Install Light Fixtures
- Install/Repair Attic Fans
- Install/Repair Bathroom Fans
- Install Generators
- Install/Repair Switch
- Home Automation System
- Custom Remodels
- AND MORE!
Know your home is safe from electrical problems and call Bob Hamilton today!
Is it Time to Upgrade Your Home’s Electrical System?
Did you know that if your home was built before 1980, your electrical system is out of date? Homes built around this time or before were not wired to handle modern electrical demands. Upgrading your system can help to prevent circuits blowing, the need for more outlets, and more. For a safety inspection that will determine if upgrading your wiring is for you, call us today.
Electrical Safety Tips
Electrical hazards can cause serious injury such as burns, shocks, and electrocution and sometimes even death. Knowing some precautions around electrical systems can help to prevent this.
- Always assume that overhead wires are lethal. Never assume that a wire is safe to touch even if it is down or appears to be safe.
- If an overhead wire falls across your vehicle while you are driving, stay inside the vehicle and continue to drive away from the line. If the engine stalls, do not leave your vehicle. Warn people not to touch the vehicle or the wire. Call 911 or ask someone to call the local electric utility company and emergency services.
- Never operate electrical equipment while you are in standing in or near water.
- Never repair electrical cords or equipment unless qualified and authorized.
- Always use caution when working near electricity