Selecting a residential electrician based on how much they charge per hour is a particularly bad decision that happens all the time. The novice electrician or handyman will often take 2 or 3 times longer to complete work, and if the work is not completed properly or to code, correcting the work can become extremely expensive.

The majority of electricians begin to learn their trade in the residential area. The reason is because residential wiring is the easiest work to get into and it is the most common type of electrical work available. Our industry has numerous handymen and apprentices working without the proper credentials because this kind of work isn’t very technically difficult.

A competent residential electrical contractor will have a minimum of ten years experience.  A quality electrical contractor would need this much experience not only for Electrical Codes knowledge but also to have considerable knowledge about house construction. The experienced and properly licensed contractor will have done the majority of these kinds of jobs numerous times and these kinds of jobs will no longer present any kind of technical challenge to them.

Selecting a residential electrician based on how much they charge per hour is a particularly bad decision that happens all the time.  The novice electrician or handyman will often take 2 or 3 times longer to complete work, and if the work is not completed properly or to code, correcting the work can become extremely expensive.

Residential electrical services we provide

  • Renovation and Custom New Builds
  • Troubleshooting all electrical problems
  • Service Upgrades
  • Floor Heating
  • Electrical Inspection
  • Aluminum to Copper Wire Splicing
  • Tenant Suite Requirements
  • Hot Tubs, Saunas, Steam Showers, and Spas
  • Electrical wiring for heating and cooling (A/C) systems
  • Installation and wiring for ground fault, Arc Fault System, and Surge Protection
  • Any lighting whatsoever (Security, Pots, Tracks, Counter, etc)
  • Service Upgrade to 100 Amp, 200Amp, 400 Amp Electrical Service
  • Panel changes Inspections, or upgrades
  • Circuit breakers and fuses
  • Grounding and Bonding
  • Alarm and Security Systems
  • Smoke alarms
  • Data, telephone, cable, and speaker wiring
  • Outlets and switches wiring, troubleshooting, and grounding
  • Hood fans, exhaust fans, and Appliance wiring
  • Dimmers, Timers
  • Occupancy Sensors