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Priddis Electrician

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Just what do you need a Priddis, AB electrician for? Most people think that you only need an electrical contractor when you are constructing a new home, but this is not the case. In fact, if you have anything in your home that has to do with electricity and it needs repairs or installation, it is far better to call in an experienced electrical professional.

If you make a mistake while trying to fix your own wiring, such an error can be quite costly to you. Thus, when it comes time to repair or upgrade the wiring in your home, it is time to call an electrical professional who can take care of the matter safely.

Nothing compares to the effect proper electrical work can make. Whether we are wiring a family room addition or a multi-million dollar estate with custom ambient lighting, our expertise in residential electrical work is unsurpassed.

Priddis Electrician

All Priddis electricians go to school and learn everything they need to so that your wiring is correctly installed in your home. Newer homes must undergo inspection, as do those that have had recent additions. If the wiring is not correctly placed, you can run into increased financial costs to fix errors.

You can find a professional techs by using your local yellow pages or the Internet. Conversely, you can even find a professional that can help you via word of mouth. Just as long as you realize the importance of hiring a professional in the first place.

Don’t take on your own electrical work. If you don’t have a clue as to what you are doing, it can be quite dangerous and very misleading.

Priddis Panel Upgrade

North American’s panel boxes are power hungry. Today our air conditioning systems take more power than an entire home did 20 -30 years ago. A kitchen will usually be equipped with a number of receptacles capable of supplying more than 60 amps just to counter top appliances.

We can upgrade your panel box so it can handle the power coming through by many of today’s major appliances. Adding receptacles does not increase the available power if they are looped from other receptacles.

Old style electrical panels, those with screw-in fuses, are generally considered fire hazards. The contact between the base of the fuse and the buss bar oxidizes or charcoals from poor contact. In order for the current to continue to flow heat is generated. In many areas, insurance companies will not renew homeowner insurance if the home is equipped with an electrical distribution panel that has screw-in fuses.

Call our Priddis electricians in for help with your panel box. We can take care of your home so it becomes less of a fire hazard.

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