What is a GFCI, and how it should be installed?
GFCI stands for ground fault circuit interrupter. The National Electric Code requires that GFCI should be installed where electricity and water come into contact with one another.
When’s the time for an electrical outlet repair or replacement?
You should consider an outlet repair or replacement once you start observing buzzing sounds or sparks, as well as visible traces of burn marks on the wall.
Are you licensed, insured, and bonded?
Yes, we are fully insured, licensed, and bonded. Our technicians constantly upgrade their skills through specialized training, certifications, and professional development.
What’s your pricing policy?
Our tech will thoroughly examine the issue and give you a quote on the spot. We will proceed with the service upon your agreement with the price.
Can I do this electrical work by myself?
The safety of your family and your home is a top priority at all times. You have to call a professional, licensed, and certified electrician for any electrical work – in other words, someone who possesses extensive training and experience in the field.
How can I reduce my electricity bill?
As simple as it is – make sure your lighting system is as efficient as possible!