Electrical installations for new construction
Let us handle the rough-in wiring and electrical panel installation for your new home or addition. We make sure you get the right size and type of breaker panel, code compliant wiring, and the ideal placement of all outlets, switches, and light fixtures.
Ceiling fan installation
If you don’t have a ceiling fan in the living areas you use most, you are probably paying too much for air conditioning. Installing a ceiling fan takes more than one person and typically involves adding and wiring a junction box. We can quickly replace a ceiling fan or overhead light fixture, or add one from scratch.
Recessed and track lighting
Modern homes enjoy beautiful illumination with clean design thanks to recessed can lights and track lights. Perfect for living rooms, game rooms, kitchens, and throughout the home, these lights offer a fresh alternative to the typical overhead lighting. Recessed lights can make ceilings seem higher, while track lights offer versatility for area lighting, accent lighting, and more.
Troubleshooting and repair
Contact our residential electricians if you have noticed electrical problems such as:
- Dead wall outlets, loose outlets, or outlets that feel hot to the touch
- Not enough outlets in a room or too many extension cords needed
- Breakers that trip constantly
- Flickering lights or dim lights when an appliance runs
- Humming, buzzing, or overheating at the breaker panel
- Original wiring and service panel still present in an older home
- Haphazard or DIY electrical repairs that seem dangerous
- Frayed wires, damaged wiring, or unprofessional-looking electrical work from years past
Knob and tube wiring replacement
Older homes may have knob-and-tube electrical wiring still in place. Although this system was perfectly safe by the standards of yesterday, your wiring is probably missing insulation now, worn out, and incapable of meeting today’s power demands safely. Replacing knob-and-tube wiring is even more urgent than replacing aluminum. Ask a residential electrician to install a new breaker panel and replace the circuits.
Spliced wire connections
When two lengths of wire need to get spliced, a proper connector should be used and the splice should get covered within a junction box. Open spliced wires in the attic or elsewhere are a major electrical code violation due to shock and fire risk.