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3 Situations in Which to Call an Electrician

In many instances, it will be pretty obvious that you need to call an electrician when a problem develops. However, you must keep in mind that you don’t have to have your power cut out entirely or suffer electrical shocks when plugging in appliances to have problems in need of professional attention. Some issues tend to go under reported by homeowners, often at the risk of their own safety. If you find yourself in any such situation, you really must schedule professional electrical repairs in Everett, WA immediately. When the time comes to do so, make sure that you dial our number. The professional electricians on the G & S Heating Cooling & Electric team are here to do the job right. 

Flickering Lights

This is a prime example of the sort of problems that homeowners convince themselves are too minor to worry about very much. Yes, flickering lights are seriously annoying. However, they can also be indicative of fairly serious problems with your electrical system, such as degraded wiring. If you have lights in your home that always seem to be flickering, contact us to have the problem corrected immediately.

Burning Odors

It does not matter how many devices you have plugged in, or how much energy you are using in your home; you should not be smelling burning odors in your house when you are using your electrical system. While the issue may be infrequent, or you may know precisely which outlet seems to be at fault, you cannot afford to convince yourself that the problem can just be ignored.

Frequently Tripped Breakers

The convenience with which we can reset circuits in our homes these days is a bit of a double edged sword. It’s great for homeowners, but it can also lead us to overlook the potential for serious problems with our electrical systems, because it is so convenient to just flip the breaker back into position. You are going to trip circuits from time to time. If you find that this is a very regular occurrence in your home, though, allow us to take a look.

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