Service Calls

Our Service Electricians undergo continuing education and are highly trained and very knowledgeable in the art of troubleshooting any electrical problem. We also have a Supervisor on staff that is always available to each Service Electrician to answer any questions and to be sure the job is done right. Our Supervisors will also make a follow up call/visit to your home or office to make sure the job was done correctly and that you are 100% satisfied with our service's.

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We are currently taking applications for Journeyman Electricians and Helpers.
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Commercial Properties Service and Repair

Our Commercial Service department is staffed with qualified, knowledgeable Service Electricians and Helpers that are well trained in the commercial electrical field. Our large commercial customer base includes restaurants, caregiver facilities and retail stores. Whatever your needs are we have the right personnel for the job. We handle any immediate necessary repairs on an hourly basis and we are more than happy to give you a FREE written estimate for any project you are considering or repairs that need to be made on a non-emergency basis.
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Resetting Circuit Breakers

When a circuit breaker trips, it has detected a fault in the wiring. Once you have determined what caused the fault and have cleared the problem, you will need to reset the circuit breaker. To reset the breaker, push the handle to the off position until you feel a click or the breaker handle locks into a solid position. Then push the handle to the on position, keeping a firm pressure on the handle while moving it from the off position to the on position.

Circuit Breaker Tripping Off

When a circuit breaker trips, it is because there is a short or overload on the circuit. A tripped circuit breaker is an indication of a more serious problem. The most common calls we get about a circuit breaker being tripped is on an Air Conditioner or Water Heater. Normally there is a problem with the appliance and that is why the circuit breaker is tripped. The circuit breaker is doing it's "job". If the circuit breaker trips immediately when you turn it on, there is a fault in the circuit called a "short". This usually indicates a problem in the appliance that is connected to the circuit. This also is common with refrigerators and freezers, ceiling fans, smoke detectors and even night lights and plug in room deodorizers. One way to determine what is causing the problem is to unplug any device or appliance that is on the circuit that is controlled by the breaker that is tripped. This includes lamps, cordless phones, cell phone chargers, calculators, room deodorizers, night lights, etc. If the breaker still trips, then the problem is possibly in the wiring, in which case you will need to call an electrician.
If the circuit breaker that is tripped is for the Air Conditioner or Water Heater, then you should call an appliance repairman. As a note, If your water heater is five years old or older, the problem is usually caused by a defective element. You should have both elements and thermostats replaced at the same time. If your water heater is ten years old or older, it may be more cost effective to replace the entire heater for a newer, more energy efficient model. Many plumbers will not replace the element's in your water heater, instead, you will have to call an electrician. You should only use electricians who are licensed and insured. Hiring an unlicensed contractor can put you and your family at risk of damages caused by improper wiring or repair techniques. REMEMBER, You have NO RECOURSE against an unlicensed person who does work in your home and you suffer damage's due to faulty or improper wiring. In most cases, your Home Owners Insurance WILL NOT pay the claim.