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Electrical Installation & Repair Services
It’s likely you rely on no other system in your home as much as your electrical system. You’ve come to expect that the lights will go on when you flip the switch, the range will heat up when you turn the dial, and your cell phone will charge when you plug it in. It's all just a matter of modern convenience.
In order to make sure all the components of your electrical system function the way they are supposed to, you need to enlist the help of a professional. For ongoing care for your existing electrical system or installation of any new components anywhere in the Everett, WA area, call G & S Heating Cooling & Electric. Our highly trained and licensed contractors have the expertise, skills, and knowledge of the local codes required to properly and safely do all manner of electrical work.
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We Offer Full Electrical System Installation Services
If you are building a new home, take this opportunity to get everything done precisely the way you want it, including the electrical system. Installation of an entirely new electrical system is a huge job, so be sure to find an experienced installation electrician. A licensed electrician will already be aware of the local codes and standard safety measures like breakers and protected outlets, but you may want to discuss some additional touches such as energy–efficient LED lights to lower costs or having a custom lighting scheme installed in the backyard.
Whether the job is being done in an existing home, or one that is being constructed, the electrical system installation is a very important process. You want to have confidence in your system for years to come. Customers from all over the Puget Sound area turn to us because our installers have great expertise and keep safety at the forefront when performing any electrical work.
Do You Need Electrical Renovations or Upgrades?
Over time, loose connections or frayed wires can develop in your electrical system. This can make your system incapable of handling the heavy burden it must carry each day, as well as making it more susceptible to fires and short circuits. It is possible that old wiring no longer meets the requirements of an area’s building code. You may also need to replace other older components of the electrical system, such as the circuit breaker panel or fuse box. The connections in these devices can become loose or damaged over time, and some older models simply do not offer the same protection as new ones. You may also need to increase the amperage your circuit panel can handle. For these reasons, installing a replacement panel may be for the best.
Signs that Electrical Repairs are Needed
Looking for signs of the need for repair can be tricky, again because the electrical system is intentionally hidden away. There are, however definitely some noticeable warning signs that you should be on the lookout for, which can indicate not only that repair is necessary, but that a potentially dangerous condition may be present. It is important that you schedule prompt electrical repair services in order to prevent such conditions from putting your safety at risk.
If you notice that the lights dim temporarily when your air conditioner or refrigerator kicks on, or that your light switches feel hot to the touch, call an electrician for repair right away. These are signs that your electrical system in Snohomish or Everett may be overloaded and in need of an upgrade or repair quickly to avoid danger. Also, pay attention to your circuit breaker panel or fuse box (whichever you have in your home) for signs of trouble. Rust or burn marks inside the panel or around the housing and breakers or fuses that trip frequently are all signs that the box or panel may need to be replaced.