At Perry Power Solutions, our electricians have the skills, tools, and experience to properly repair, maintain, and install residential electrical wiring. When the job is done, it’s backed by a 100% happiness guarantee. If for any reason, you’re unsatisfied with the work we’ve done, we will do what it takes to make it right. Use our online form to request additional information or call today to schedule an electrical rewiring service.
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Electrical Panel Repair – Most modern homes feature an electrical panel. Also known as the breaker panel, this electrical system component often sits within the wall of a home and contains breaker switches. The homeowner uses these switches to turn the electricity on and off in various parts of the home. In addition, when an electrical overload is detected, a breaker may shut itself off to protect the system. This electrical panel contains the main breaker switch that controls all electricity flowing into the home. Each breaker within the panel should be clearly labeled to show which parts of the home’s electrical system it supplies. If a problem arises with this panel, contact a certified electrician for help. Electrical Panel Repair in Middle Georgia is not a task for the homeowner.
Repairs – If you’re experiencing frequent breaker trips, hot outlets, loose light switches, and flickering lights, there are likely more serious problems with the home’s electrical system. To reduce the risk of fire, injury, and losses, trust the team at Perry Power Solutions to provide courteous, effective, and timely service. Call or click today to schedule an estimate for electrical repairs.
Outlet replacement – When an outlet smokes, sparks, or feels hot to the touch, it’s a problem that requires immediate attention. Turn off the circuit breaker and call us right away. Old, two-prong outlets aren’t up to Georgia’s modern codes, and areas such as kitchens, bathrooms, and laundry rooms should be equipped with GFCI (ground fault circuit interrupter) outlets. Our electricians provide Residential Electrical Repair in Middle Georgia that customers can count on.
Breaker Replacement and Repair –“If the electrical panel or circuit breaker keeps tripping, it means that it’s overloaded and needs immediate attention to isolate the issue. While we’ll make every effort to repair an existing panel, in some cases, installing a replacement is the only real option. By upgrading to a high-capacity panel, you’ll resolve these issues and keep crucial appliances running smoothly.”
Home Rewiring – From the early 1920s through the 1940s, Georgia’s homes were typically equipped with knob and tube wiring. These setups do not meet today’s building codes and they pose significant safety risks to homes and families. Contact us today to learn how our rewiring services will restore the safe and consistent flow of electricity throughout your home. It connects us to the comforts and conveniences of modern life and, most importantly, keeps families safe from injury and loss. When wiring is old, worn out, or installed improperly, it can put the home and its occupants at risk. In these situations, homeowners deserve electricians who can handle problems safely, quickly, and reliably.
Fuse Box Upgrades – Old fuse boxes are another perfect example of outdated technology. A precursor to modern breaker panels, fuse boxes should not be repaired. They should be replaced. Our electricians in Middle Georgia, can assess the home’s electrical system and install an updated breaker box, which will make the entire system safer and more functional.
Code Compliance Updates – If you’re getting ready to put a home up for sale, it may be necessary to do some modifications to bring it into compliance with Georgia’s electrical codes. We can provide code-compliant upgrades and installations that make homes safer and increase the chances of a successful sale.
Electrical Meter Base Replacement – Homeowners often assume they are responsible for the electrical panel and other components of the electrical system within their household. While the electric meter found outside the home belongs to the utility company, the base it sits on is the responsibility of the homeowner. This base holds the meter and protects it from the elements. In addition, it functions to pass power from the utility company to the panel. When this base malfunctions, the entire electrical system within the home is affected.