Residential Electrical Services

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Renovation Electrical Services

Basement Develeopment & Renovations

Kitchen Renovations

Bathroom Upgrades

Air Conditioner & Hot Tub Installations

LED Lighting Retrofits


Panel Upgrades

Troubleshooting & Repair


Lighting Upgrades

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Custom & Spec Home Electrician Services

Heating Equipment Wiring

Whole Home Wiring


Electrical Inspections


Heating Equipment Wiring

Interior/Exterior Lighting

Recessed Lighting

Smoke/Co Detectors

Whole Home Lighting Controls

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Specialty Electrician Services

InFloor Heating


Inspections of Electrical Systems

NEST Home Product Installation


Data/Cable Lines

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Garage Electrical Services

General Wiring & Lighting


Electrical Heat


120/220 Power

Frequently Asked Questions About Residential Electrical Services

What are common electrical issues in a home?

Common electrical issues in a home include blown fuses, tripped circuit breakers, faulty outlets, damaged or frayed wires, and outdated or improperly installed electrical systems.

Can I do electrical work myself?

It is generally not recommended to perform electrical work yourself if you are not a trained and licensed electrician. Electrical work can be dangerous and can pose a risk of injury or death if not done properly. It’s important to hire a professional electrician to ensure the work is done safely and to code.

How can I save energy and reduce my electric bill?

There are several ways you can save energy and reduce your electric bill:

  • Turn off lights and appliances when they are not in use.
  • Use energy-efficient appliances and light bulbs.
  • Install a programmable thermostat to control your heating and cooling usage.
  • Seal air leaks and add insulation to your home to improve energy efficiency.

How do I know if I need an electrical upgrade?

You may need an electrical upgrade if you notice any of the following: flickering or dimming lights, outlets or switches that are warm to the touch, frequent circuit breaker tripping, or outdated fuse boxes. It’s also a good idea to consider an upgrade if you are planning to add appliances or electronics that will increase your home’s electrical load.

How much does it cost to hire an electrician?

The cost of hiring an electrician will depend on the scope of the work and the hourly rate of the electrician. It’s a good idea to get estimates from multiple electricians to compare prices and ensure you are getting a fair rate.

What should I do in the event of a power outage?

In the event of a power outage, you should:

  • Stay safe by avoiding using electrical appliances or devices.
  • Turn off all appliances and electronics to prevent damage when power is restored.
  • If you have a generator, use it according to the manufacturer’s instructions.
  • Keep a flashlight and fresh batteries on hand in case of a power outage.