Seattle Electricians: Seattle, WA Electrician
- Need anything electrical repaired or installed in your home or office?
- Want a new outlet, new phone jack, new circuit, hook up a new appliance?
- Do you have a breaker that keeps tripping, or need your panel replaced?
- Want a ceiling fan, chandelier, or security light installed or replaced?
- Got a light, a switch, an outlet, or something that has just stopped working?
1. We Will Be On Time!!! - We guarantee your Seattle Electrician will arrive within the 2-hour window of your appointment.
2. 100% Customer Satisfaction - How many Seattle Electrical Contractors are confident enough in their work to offer complete satisfaction?
3. You Never Have To Wonder Or Fear Who's At Your Front Door. - All of our Seattle Electricians are background checked, drug screened and professionally trained for you and your family's safety.
4. Upfront, Instant Pricing! - You know the price before any work begins. No Surprises, Upfront Pricing. Why should you have to pay more for a lazy electrician to work slowly? The longer he takes the more he makes, so why should he do it quickly and efficiently? With us, we price each of our jobs upfront from a standard electrical pricing book so the price you're quoted is fair and never changes.
5. 24/7 Emergency Service. - You'll talk to a real person NOT an answering machine.
- Whole house rewiring. If you have knob and tube wiring in your Seattle home, you may have difficulty obtaining homeowners insurance or may pay a higher premium for it. We can inspect your home, bring it up to code, and ensure that your wiring can handle normal electrical demands.
- Electrical design and installation. Enhance your home and add convenience to your life. We introduce you to cutting edge products that make your life easier and more secure, whether you have a new or older Seattle home.
- Electrical service upgrade. For peace of mind, eliminate the extra load on wires in the walls and ceilings of your home. We convert your fuse box to a breaker box and bring your electrical wiring up to code. We also install circuit protection, both GFCI and AFCI, where needed.
- Television/telephone cable Let one of our Seattle Electricians install your flat screen television or the cabling for your telephone.Computer networking. Take the frustration out of installing your computer network. Our Seattle Electricians will get you up and running in no time.
- Inspection and code violation repairs. Getting ready to sell your home? Our Seattle Electricians will inspect and repair your electrical system to bring it up to code.
- Troubleshooting. If you have an electrical problem that you can't solve, from loss of power to computer networking issues, give us a call. Troubleshooting is our forte, especially in older homes.
- Remote lighting control. Imagine the convenience of controlling your lights and appliances remotely. For your safety, our Seattle Electricians can set up your lights to come on when and how you want them to and install fade-off lighting so you can walk in light even when switches are not placed conveniently. For added safety, we can also integrate security cameras to protect your property.
- Is your home equipped with three-prong receptacles?
The third prong on a typical electrical appliance plug provides an extra measure of safety against electrical shock. Two-prong outlets, often found in older homes, may not be grounded adequately and should be upgraded.
- Is your home protected by ground-fault circuit interrupters (GFCI)?
The National Electric Code requires that GFCI outlets - with Test and Reset buttons - are installed in areas of the home where water may be present, such as your kitchen, baths, utility room, garage and outside locations.
- Is the wiring in your outlet boxes old and crumbling?
If the wiring for your light switches or outlets is wrapped in cloth sheathing or bits of black rubber, you need to upgrade your home wiring to keep your family safe.
- Do your lights dim when your appliances start?
Appliances such as air conditioners, clothes dryers, refrigerators and furnaces use extra electricity when they start. This may be more than just a nuisance. An overloaded system can damage sensitive equipment.
- Do circuit breakers trip often? Do fuses blow regularly?
Too much electrical current causes breakers to trip or fuses to melt. Don't ignore this warning. Have your electrical system inspected and upgraded.
- Do you use extension cords to reach outlets?
If you need to use extension cords on a regular basis, you probably need more outlets in your home. When you use extension cords to make up for a lack of outlets, you run the risk of placing too much demand on your electrical system. Extension cords placed under rugs or furniture may also be a safety hazard, causing people to trip.
- Do you use outlet strips on a regular basis?
If you use outlet strips to make up for a lack of electrical outlets, you may be creating more demand than a single outlet or electrical line can handle safely. Outlet strips are not the answer. You need additional outlets and possibly new wiring to service these outlets.
- Is there rust on your main electrical service panel?
Rust on your main electrical service panel indicates a moisture problem, which can lead to further problems.
- Do electrical switches or outlets feel warm? Does your hand tingle when you touch a switch or outlet?
This may be an indication of a loose or deteriorating electrical connection, which could lead to shock or fire.
- Have you ever upgraded your electrical service?
If your Seattle home is more than 25 years old, you should have your system inspected and if necessary, brought up to electrical code standards.
If you have electrical problems or concerns, give Electricians Today a call.