The tricky thing about electricity is that even if it isn’t done correctly, it can still work. But, a functioning circuit doesn’t necessarily mean it’s safe. That’s why it’s important to have Your Home Team at Woodfin inspect any electrical issues you may have. Do you notice lights flickering when you walk by them? It could be a loose connection in the walls. Does a breaker constantly trip when you turn on your microwave? You may have overloaded a circuit, or the breaker could be faulty. Proper assessment of the electrical circuits of your home can prevent hazards and keep your family safe.
From outlets to lighting fixtures, Woodfin’s Electricians can fix it! If brand new light bulbs burn out within a day or two of replacement, your lamp could be the culprit. Do plugs constantly fall out of electrical outlets? Get them replaced! No job is too small. That’s because electricity is something you should always take seriously.
Our professionals can check the safety and integrity of your electrical system. Exposed wires – or worse, hidden mistakes – can be a hazard and should be addressed immediately. Your electrical panel, where all of your circuits branch out to the rooms of your home, should also be checked regularly to ensure everything is up to code.
Wires are the passageways of your electrical system and need to be properly sized to avoid harm to your home and its electrical system. Wires are sized to accommodate different types of loads in your home, whether it’s a kitchen appliance or a bathroom outlet. A 20-amp circuit – which is required in residential kitchens – needs a wire that is thick enough to carry the amperage, or it’ll cause the wire to overheat and pose a potential hazard.
It takes a highly trained professional to know and understand how electricity works and what can be causing the many issues associated with your electrical system. Being proactive and calling Woodfin to evaluate your home wiring can save you a lot of money in the long run. Don’t wait for something to go wrong. Contact Your Home Team today and play it safe!