Electrical-service, repair and installation for commercial and residential 100% Satisfaction Guaranteed
Our Most Popular Services Include But Are Not Limited To -
- Ceiling Fan Installation
- Dedicated Circuits
- Electrical Troubleshooting
- Lighting Installation
- Main Breaker Replacement
- Outlet/Switch Installation
- Replacement of Old/Faulty Wiring
- Service Panel Replacement
- Sign Installation
- Tenant Improvements
Serving the Valley Since 1999
Years in the Trade
Jon Bolenbaugh since 1990
"“It was like talking with a family member for advice”."
"He did a great job and I will be sure to let anybody I know that needs service to check your web site and if they need electrical..."
2008 Winner of the Better Business Bureau of Central, Northern and Western Arizona Business Ethics Awards
The Electric League - Referred contractor for APS and SRP customers
Electrical Safety Tips
Check Your Electrical System
- Look for burn marks at the main electrical panel; they can be a sign of arcing inside the panel, which can easily lead to a fire. Loose connections or damaged insulation can cause the arcing. Note: Only a qualified electrician should remove the front panel cover.
- Trip and reset the circuit breakers regularly.
- Remove any combustible materials such as paper boxes or flammable liquids from the area near the main electrical panel. Sparks caused by arcing inside the panel can ignite material stored nearby.
- Check all electrical outlets for loose-fitting plugs they are an indication of a worn out receptacle. Worn receptacles should be replaced as they cause overheating and fires. Also check electrical outlets and switches to be sure they work properly. If any switches, outlets or receptacles do not work, have a qualified electrician determine the problem and fix it to avoid fires inside the walls of your home.
- Install safety covers to help protect children from electrical shock. Any appliance or tool that gives even the slightest shock should be unplugged and checked by an electrician or repair shop
Always Have A Multi-Purpose Fire Extinguisher Accessible
- Make sure it is Underwriters Laboratories (UL) listed or Factory Mutual (FM) approved. Check the gauges to make sure they are charged and ready to use.
Make Sure The Light Bulbs In All Your Fixtures Are the Correct Wattage
- The light fixture manufacturer recommends the correct wattage. If too high a wattage bulb is used in a light fixture, heat produced inside the fixture can lead to fire inside the fixture, ceiling or wall.
Consider Installing A Lightning Protection System On Your Home
- Read more on Lightning Protection Systems and Surge Protection devices here
Replace All Extension Cords That Have Become Brittle, Worn or Damaged
- Exposed wires may cause arcing, which will produce heat and can start a fire. Care should also be taken to keep appliances and their power cords away from water or a heat source because this will damage the cord's insulation.
Inspect & Clean Dust From The Covers of Your Smoke & Carbon Monoxide Detectors
Make Sure All Electrical Holiday Decorations Have Tight Connections
- If possible, use 3-prong plugs and cords. The use of 2-prong adapters, which permit 3-prong plugs to be used in 2-prong outlets, doesn't always provide grounding to protect against shock. Unplug decorations when not in use.
- Use of extension cords should be temporary. To help reduce the chances of overheating, electric cords, including extension cords, should never be bundled together or run under rugs and carpet.