Electrical Installations

Electrical installations include a wide spectrum of possible jobs, from changing light switches to rewiring of an entire home or commercial business. Each type of electric installation requires different resources and materials, and the size and scope from the installation jobs vary.

Electrical installations at home or in the office are no trivial matter. They are not to become performed by amateurs or even DIY enthusiasts, because with regards to installations, a seemingly insignificant error can lead to dangerous – even deadly – results.

If there are specific electrical installation job which has to be performed in your home or office, the best way to go is always to hire a qualified electrician for this function. Professional electrical contractors aren't only familiar with the the inner workings of residential and commercial electrical systems – but they know which safety precautions ought to be taken for each set up task. For example, upon completion from the installation job, it is the electrician's responsibility to make certain that the wiring in your own premises is safe, even if it wasn't entirely secure to begin with. Electrical installation relates to a broad spectrum of possible work, from changing light switches towards the rewiring of a residence or commercial business.

Electrical installation prices depend on the kind of job and the time it takes a qualified electrician to accomplish the installation. Call us for a quote and explanation of any installation you have in mind.

  •  Installation of new electrical service.
  • Electrical service upgrades.
  • Installation of automatic standby generators.
  • Installation of manual generators.
  • Pool/Spa Wiring
  • Troubleshooting
  • Underground Fault Finding
  • Landscape Lighting
  • Recessed Lighting
  • Bathroom Exhaust Fans
  • Ceiling Fans
  • Installation of new lighting fixtures.
  • Installation of new receptacles and switches.
  • Dimmers
  • GFCI’s – (Ground Fault Circuit Interrupters.)
  • Whole House Fans.
  • Surge Protectors.
  • Arc Fault Breakers.
  • Phone / CATV Outlets