Appliance Circuits

Appliance circuits are dedicated circuits with their own circuit breaker inside a junction box. It is only for the purpose of powering a single appliance and no others. This ensures the appliance has the energy it needs to run without overloading the system.

Arc-Fault Breakers

An Arc-Fault breaker is designed to help prevent fires by identifying unintended electrical arcs and disconnecting the power before that arc starts an electrical fire.

Attic Fans

Attic Fans help pull cool air from outside the house to cool a hot attic. This is ideal for maintaining safe storage temperatures.

Ceiling Fans

Ceiling Fans pull in cool air around them and direct it to the room directly below.

Electrical Panels

Complex electric panels and manage multiple circuit breakers and electrical devices and appliances.

GFCI Outlets

A ground-fault circuit interrupter (GFCI) outlet monitors the amount of current flowing from the hot side of a plug to neutral side. If it detects an imbalance, it will trip the circuit and prevent a larger overload. It can detect a mismatch as few as 4 or 5 milliamps and react as quickly as as 1/13th of a second.

Home Electrical Safety Inspections

Home electrical safety inspections are essential to prevent fires and other hazards due to faulty wiring and electrical setups.

Home Theater

Home theater is a complex and intensive system of wiring and proper setup of video and sound equipment.

Landscape Lighting

Landscape lighting ads beauty and ambiance to an outdoor area in addition to safety and function.

Lighting Fixtures

Lighting fixtures can range from small room lighting to full warehouse fixtures.

Low Voltage Systems

Low voltage systems include (but are not limited to):

  • Voice & Data
  • Fire Alarms
  • Speaker Systems
  • Comm Systems

Meter Bases

Meter bases can be installed to house a residential electric meter, keeping all wires and connection inside the base for safety.


Receptacles includes standard outlets and other quick electrical connection bases for device and appliance power.

Recessed Lighting

Recessed lighting provides ample area lighting without exposure of unattractive bulbs and fixtures.

Smoke Detectors

Smoke and CO2 detectors are the first line of defense against fire and carbon monoxide detection. They should be maintained and tested on a regular basis.

Surge Protection

Surge protection can protect any and all electrical systems from sudden electrical overloads such as those caused by a lightning strike.


Switches and dimmers provide proper lightning control for any sized space.


Troubleshooting services can cover a wide variety of problem-solving inspections to improve or fix any electrical system.