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Electrical Repair and Replacement

When electrical repair problems leave you feeling unplugged, it’s time to call John Moore. Our fully licensed electricians arrive prepared to diagnose and repair all types of electrical problems quickly, safely and to your satisfaction.

But that’s not all.

We know there’s more on the line than volts and amps when it comes to electrical repairs. It’s your home’s security. Your family’s safety. So our knowledgeable electricians thoroughly examine your electrical problem to uncover any underlying concerns, plus look for ways to improve efficiency.

Should an electrician consider the big picture on even the smallest service calls? Some might say no, but we disagree. When it comes to protecting your possessions and loved ones, we think the big picture is exactly what you should expect, and that’s what we’ve delivered to Houston-area homes and businesses for more than 50 years.

 

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Electrical repairs and installations often require complicated permits and inspections. Let us take care of the tricky paper work for you!

Electrical Fixtures and Installation

Professional installation from John Moore is full service and hassle free. All you have to do is choose the fan and which room to put it in. Your electrician will choose the best location for optimal airflow circulation. Your new fixtures will be connected safely and correctly.

Houston Residential and Commercial Electrical Services.

Many of the electrical services offered by John Moore are not just convenient but can also affect the safety of you and your family.


Flip the Switch on Common Electrical Problems

Don’t let an inconvenience become an emergency situation. If you’re experiencing any of these common electrical issues, call John Moore today.

Flickering Lights

Flickering lights typically indicate a poor connection within a wiring circuit. This problem may occur in just a room or two, or throughout the home. It can also involve the connection to the main electricity wire. If ignored, a flickering connection can short out electronics and appliances and even pose a fire hazard.

Older Homes | Backstabbed Wiring

Many homes built before 1980 have backstabbed electrical outlets, switches and receptacles. In these, the wires attach by pushing connectors together, unlike modern screw-secured terminals. Backstabbed wiring loosens over time and can cause flickering lights, dead outlets and other electrical issues. Your John Moore electrician can upgrade backstabbed receptacles to solve electrical headaches.

Tripping Circuit Breakers

Tripping breakers indicate an overloaded circuit or an underlying wiring issue. Circuit breakers are designed to protect the electrical system in your home, so if your breakers trip repeatedly, it’s time to have the problem inspected by a John Moore licensed electrician before it grows into a costly repair.

Older Homes | Knob & Tube Wiring

Many homes built before the mid-1970s still run on knob and tube wiring. Unlike wiring used today, this older two-wire electrical system doesn’t use a ground wire, so electronics and appliances are prone to surges and shorts, plus there’s a greater risk of fire.

Not sure if you have knob and tube wiring in your older home? Two-prong outlets are a good indication. If you have older wiring and are experiencing electrical issues, it’s time to call John Moore for a wiring upgrade to protect your home and possessions.

Dead Outlets

Outlets lose power for many reasons, but the fix doesn’t always require an electrician. If you encounter a dead outlet, first check your breaker box for a tripped breaker. A quick reset may be all you need. On outlets with a Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter (GFCI), be sure the switch or button is on. If you cannot get power to an outlet, or if the outlet continues to trip and lose power, it’s time to call John Moore’s licensed electricians to solve the problem.

(713) 730-2525

We are open early to late, all weekends and holidays. If you have an emergency call immediately.