State Certified (Lic. #: EC0001776) and Insured

Electrical wiring is not a hobby.

Electrical installations and services deserve serious and careful consideration and should not be handled by nonprofessionals.

Safety, competency and reputability should be your prime concerns when choosing a professional contractor.

Did you know?

Hiring an unlicensed, uninsured amateur to do a professional electrical contractor's work could result in great expense and unanticipated aggravation? Were you aware that if such an amateur gets hurt while working in your home, it could result in an expensive and tedious law suit, costing you precious time and money?

Be alert, be aware and be smart!

Protect yourself by hiring reputable, licensed and insured contractors

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Electrical Tips

  • Circuit - This is the path an electric current travels from where it enters your house, through a panel, across wires and finally into an electrical device, then back to its origination point.
  • Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter - Known as the GFCI, this is a special circuit breaker installed in bathrooms, garages, and outdoors and garage locations. When a current leakage occurs the GFCI opens the circuit immediately, stopping the electricity from running to it.
  • Circuit breakers - Heavy duty safety switches that serve the same purpose as fuses.
  • Grounding - This requires all metal parts of any wiring system or anything connected to it will be maintained at 0 volts during a short circuit to protect shock or death.