Frequently Asked Questions:

When Is It Time To Call An Electrician?

If your project requires any form of electrical work, you need to call a licensed electrician for your own safety, your family’s safety, and the safety of your house. Working with electricity can be extremely dangerous if you do not approach it with the right expertise, safety training, and equipment.

 

Can I Do Electrical Work On My Own?

Under no circumstances should you ever attempt to do your own residential electrical work. It is guaranteed to be a recipe for disaster. You wouldn’t do your own dental work, would you? Our electricians are highly trained professionals who can guarantee a safe solution.

 

What Do Electrical Repairs Involve?

Electrical repairs involve a wide variety of services, ranging from major installation, or rewiring your home, to changing over a broken socket or breaker. It is often a difficult task to diagnose a particular electrical issue at home without the help of a trained professional.

 

What Does A Commercial Electrician Do?

Typically a commercial electrician is performing new construction or installing lighting, receptacles, transformers, and some power distribution. In many cases, the electricians are wiring breaker panels, transformers, generators, lighting, heating and general building requirements.

What Constitutes An Electrical Emergency?

A lot of people consider an electrical emergency as a simple power outage that prevents everyone living in the house from using their devices. Others consider it something much more severe, like an outlet that emits a burning odor or wires that start a fire.