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All Work Compliant with National Electrical Code (NEC)

  • Electrical Safety Inspections
  • Power Save Installations to Save up to 25% on Electric
  • Escrow and Insurance Estimates
  • Service and Panel Replacements and Upgrades
  • Ceiling Fans Installed
  • Troubleshooting and Repair
  • Electrical Code Updates
  • Hot Tubs & Spas Wired
  • 120 & 240 Volt Circuits
  • Outlets & Switches Installed
  • GFI Protected Circuits
  • Indoor & Outdoor Lighting
  • Replace Breakers & Fuses
  • Arc Fault Breakers & Receptacles
  • Range, Dryer & Air Conditioning Circuits
  • 24 Hour Emergency Service
  • Remodels Electrical
  • New Builds Electrical
  • Baseboard Electric Heaters
  • Lighting
  • Surge Protection

Seasonal tips


  • When you set your clocks forward is the perfect time to change smoke detector batteries.
  • In bathrooms and kitchens, use ground fault circuit interrupters (GFCIs) to help prevent electrocutions.
  • Understand your electrical system—know which fuse or circuit breaker controls each switch, light and outlet.
  • For do-it-yourselfers, make certain circuits are turned off before you start work and test before you touch.
  • Use your vacuum extension to clean-off electrical baseboard heaters and refrigerator grills.
  • Using your vacuum extension, clean your dryer exhaust hose.


  • Put window air conditioners directly into a grounded outlet (preferably dedicated grounded outlet).
  • Turn off heat-producing electrical appliances when not in use.
  • Turn off heat-producing lights when not in use.
  • Do not run cords under carpets.
  • If the ground is wet or it is raining, avoid using electric tools.


  • When you set your clocks back, change your smoke detector batteries.
  • Only use your holiday lights when you are home, and turn them off when you go to bed.
  • Check your extension cords for nicks, frayed cords, and broken wire.
  • Check your bulbs for loose connections.
  • Never plug in more than three strands of lights per electrical cord/outlet.
  • Use GFI protected outlets/cords.
  • Make sure that outdoor lights and decorations are designed for outdoor use.
  • Never secure wiring with nails or staples, and use approved UL fasteners.
  • Do not close doors and windows on extension cords.
  • When the season is over, take the light down because it is not intended for permanent
    installation or use.