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Residential Upgrades:

Recessed Lighting – Transform your home with a clean and balanced lighting plan.

Sconce Lights – To accent a wall or hallway.

Ceiling Fans – To give a room the added comfort of air circulation and energy savings.

Chandeliers – Fixture updates offer an instant face lift to your home.

Hot Tub Wiring – For a relaxing moment to unwind.

A New Phone Line or Data Connection – Make your home networking complete.

A New Circuit – For that kitchen, game room, or media appliance.

Outlet/switches – Replace those worn out or broken devices with code compliant tamper resistant outlets and switches.

Dimmers or Fan Controls – Simple and clean designs that allow perfect control.

New Power and Circuits – For that workshop, barn, automatic gate, or pond fountain.

Smoke Detectors – Add/replace your existing  smoke and carbon monoxide detectors (most units only have a life span of 10 years).

Floor Outlets and Phone – For the desk in your study.

Surge Protection – To protect valued computer and home theater equipment.

New Soffit Outlets – For your Holiday lighting.  No more cords!

Specialty Lighting – To accent a painting or fireplace.

Outdoor Lighting – Add curb appeal and security  by illuminating your walkway.

Service Upgrades:

Upgrading your service can bring your home up to current electrical code and increase the value of your home when it is time to sell. Out-of-date panels can cause damage to electrical equipment in your home, dimming lights throughout your house, tripping breakers and even starting fires. Upgrading to increase your electrical service gives you room for all of your current electrical needs as well as providing for any future needs you may have. The price difference between a 100-amp and a 200-amp electrical service upgrade is minimal, as the labor costs are the same, so it may be more cost-effective to upgrade to 200-amp.

Code Violation/Point Of Purchase Repairs:

Whether you’re getting ready to sell your home or simply completing a routine inspection of your business, we can assist you with your code violation repairs. Code violations have the potential to be serious and highly hazardous. In many cases, a homeowner has either attempted to do the work themselves or hired an unlicensed electrician in an effort to save money. Since National Electrical Codes are updated every 4 years, they likely don’t even know they have violated the code.

Some of the most common code violation repairs include:

  • Converting fuses to breakers
  • Non-grounded receptacles
  • GFCI protection
  • AFI protection
  • Inappropriate outdoor receptacles
  • Wires too close to framing
  • Inadequate space around recessed lights

Outdoor & Security Lighting:

Outdoor lighting is designed to create an aesthetically pleasing area for entertaining as well as creating a safe and secure area for your family. We can help you design your outdoor area to match your budget and accomplish your goals. Options can include motion sensors, timers, floodlights, and dimmers.

House Rewiring:

Looking to rewire a single room or your entire house?

Home renovations, especially in kitchens or laundry rooms, typically means moving appliances to improve convenience.

Older homes are beautiful, but typically need to be rewired to bring them up to code. Some insurance companies require that all knob & tube wiring be removed while others only require that it is removed from all accessible areas, like attics and basements.  We specialize in replacing knob and tube wiring.

Electrical Design:

We pride ourselves educated with the latest technologies in lighting and electrical design. Embracing cutting-edge technology may mean higher costs up front, but could offer significant long-term savings.  Whether you’re planning minor home or office improvements or a complete renovation, we’ll work with you to find ways to save energy and save you money.


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 specialty, especially in older homes.