Servall Electric Company Blog:Archive for December, 2016

This Is the Only Type of Electrician You Should Hire

Monday, December 26th, 2016

Are you a “do-it-yourselfer” for most home repair and remodel projects? Or perhaps you hire a general handyman. Either is fine for things like replacing a door, or perhaps laying down some new flooring. One project that should never be trusted to an amateur, however, is any job of an electrical nature. When it comes to repairing, installing, or even inspecting your electrical system, the only type of electrician you should hire is a professional one.

And when doing so, you should look for some very specific traits to ensure who you are hiring will do the job correctly, safely, and efficiently. Keep reading to learn more about the qualities you should look for in a professional electrician.

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You May Not Know It, but Your Home Might Need Rewiring

Monday, December 19th, 2016

Wiring a new home is a feat in itself, but rewiring an entire house is an even bigger challenge, and definitely not one that the average homeowner can or should try to attempt on their own. However, sometimes this service is needed to not only improve your daily electrical use but also to increase your home’s safety. Fortunately, our team of professional electricians are all you have to call for exceptional rewiring services.

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Does Your Electrical Panel Need an Upgrade?

Monday, December 12th, 2016

If your home is equipped with a faulty or outdated electrical panel, then it is very likely in danger. Your electrical service panel is where the main power line from outside your home enters, where it is then routed through the electrical system. The panel also disconnects circuits if excess electricity flows through them, by tripping circuit breakers. If this panel is overloaded, however, then you risk shutting down all electricity to your home, as well as starting an electrical fire.

It’s important then, if you have an older electrical panel, that you pay attention to the indicators that it might need to be replaced, before it fails completely. If you do suspect or detect any of the below signs, be sure to give our professionals a call.

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