- New Construction Wiring
- Home Renovation Wiring
- Renovation of Basements
- New Addition Wiring
- New Circuits for microwaves, freezers, washers and dryers
- Replacement Light Fixtures
- New Dedicated Lines 120 volts / 240 volts
- Other Services- Panel Changes / Upgrades / Sub Panels
- Electrical Inspections:
An inspection of all of your homes electrical components. Make sure all outlets are getting the correct amount of voltage; all fixtures are working properly, checking the electrical panel for improper wiring. Full report of electrical findings throughout your home.
- Remove your existing electrical panel and replace it with a new UL Listed panel
Panel upgrades or change out is usually required to alleviate a problem with an existing panel. Sometimes a breaker might overheat to the point that the buss bar in a panel gets burned.
- Emergency Panel Installation
- Changing Fuses to Breakers
- Surge Protection
- Breaker & Circuit Replacements
- Switches and Outlets
- Dimmer Switches & GFI Outlets
- Ceiling Fan Installations
- Smoke Detectors
- Repair and Troubleshoot Any Code Violation Wiring
- Upgrade your electrical panel to have more power and space to add
new circuits for additions, new appliance, etc.
- Recessed Lights
- Chandelier Installations
- Pendant Lights / Vanity Lights
- Sensor Lights
- Landscape Lights
Adding New Wiring and Switches
When you hire an electrician, even for a small job like installing a light switch, be aware that most charge a minimum fee for a visit. But that fee will roll into the cost of the job. In other words, although an electrician may charge $70 just to walk in the door, that money might cover the first hour of work. The cost of the job will vary depending on the complexity and parts needed. One factor that often contributes to a job’s complexity is access. How difficult will it be to run wires, etc.? Will your electrician need to cut into the walls, and, if so, how much? Also that issue of capacity may arise when you add new wiring or install switches. A cheap and simple job can get expensive when you need to update or change your electrical board.
Installing Lighting Fixtures
If the cost to install a light fixture seems high, that’s because it includes the price of the fixture. Here’s one of the few electrical jobs that may end up costing you more in materials than labor. But, again, capacity issues that require board upgrades or access complications may raise those labor costs. Your electrician should be able to give you an estimate before starting the job.