Residential Electrician

Appliance Circuits / Dedicated Circuits – Do you trip a breaker every time you plug in your hair dryer or use your toaster? This common annoyance could be an indicator that your appliance isn’t receiving enough power to operate safely without overloading your system.

Circuit Breakers and Fuses – Breakers and fuses are safety devices in a home. They prevent the overloading of your electrical systems and help prevent electrical fires. If a breaker or fuse exceeds the safe level of current flow, a circuit breaker or fuse will stop the electrical flow.

Electric Charging Stations – Our residential electricians at Main Stream Electric install and service electric vehicle charging stations. We provide cost effective solutions for all vehicle charging scenarios. We can install stations at your home, work place, and wherever you want to recharge your car on a regular basis.

Electrical Outlets, Light Switches / Dimmer Switches – Although electrical outlets and switches can be replaced relatively easy, it’s best to leave all electrical work to certified and trained residential electricians.

Electrical Panels – An electrical panel is the most important electrical product in your home. Your circuits for your lights, outlets, and all electrical connections in your home stem from your electrical panel.

Home Safety Inspection – Whether you’re selling your home or moving into a new one, it’s important to have a qualified electrician inspect your house.

Landscape Lighting – We are a full-service landscape lighting contractor that will design, install, and maintain all you landscape lighting.

Phone and Computer Cabling – When you hire one of our highly trained electricians, we guarantee you receive quality cabling with clear and consistent voice, video, and data.

Lighting / Recessed Lighting and Fixtures – Proper lighting is the key to a fully-functioning home. Whether you’re building a new home or remodeling an older home, recessed lighting can add function, style, and value to a home.

Smoke Detectors – Smoke detectors are required in all residential dwellings. Smoke alarms give an early warning to residents that they should evacuate the home because smoke is in the air.

Surge Protection – A surge protector channels extra voltage into an outlet’s grounding wire. This prevents the voltage from flowing through your home’s electronic devices and appliances and allows the normal voltage to continue along its path.

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