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Always enlist the services of a professional for all your electrical installations and repairs.

Whether it’s indoor or outdoor lighting, our electricians can help you achieve the perfect balance of light for your needs.

Safety is our #1 priority! We ensure that all work is done safely and to state and local code so you can have peace of mind knowing that your work was done properly.

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Residential and Commercial Electricians

Looking for a company who cares and genuinely wants to help you with all things electrical?  If it has to do with household or business wiring look no further.  You’ve find the right electricians.

Call us now and we will come out and get things done for you… FAST!  We offer free estimates and in many cases, same day service.  So call today, for peace of mind tomorrow.

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Kitchen and Bathroom GFCI Code

The first thing to keep in mind when wiring a kitchen or bathroom is the fact that appliances like electrical stovetops and microwaves are often located close to water sources. For this reason, the National Electrical Code stipulates that above counter sockets serving appliances need to protected by Ground Fault Circuit Interrupters (GFCIs).

A Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter reduces risks associated with home electrocution. Input and neutral circuit loads are monitored. When there is a disparity between voltage levels, the power to circuit is cut.

As well as GFCI protection, most kitchen appliances need to be served by dedicated circuits.

In the past, many appliances could be plugged into general main outlets. However, building code regulations in the U.S. now stipulate that appliances need to be served by circuits which power nothing else in the home.

Should I Upgrade My Electrical Panel?

Should I Upgrade My Electrical Panel?

Inside every electricity panel, several automatically operated switches called circuit breakers, balance loads and prevent damage to circuits during power surges. As soon as a power surge or short circuit is detected, circuit breakers cut off supply to affected mains outlets and lighting circuits.

  • Electrical panels prevent damage to home wiring
  • Circuit breakers reduce fire risks associated with faulty wiring
  • Breakers improve overall home safety by reducing electrocution risks

Over time, circuit breakers and electrical panels can degrade. Older electrical panels are also likely to struggle with the power demands of modern homes. This is especially true in homes where several modern electrical appliances are used simultaneously.

Does this sound familiar?  If so, call us today and we can fix this for you!