Bellaire Electrical Services
Bellaire Electricians: Licensed. Insured. Experienced.
Bellaire Electrical Services from a Trusted Name
Bellaire is always in the spotlight as one of the best neighborhoods in Houston. But as bright as the light shines on your neighborhood, no home is immune from going dim a time or two. Electrical malfunctions can leave you in the dark or unable to use your home or electrical devices like you want to. In a worst case scenario, electrical malfunctions can put you, your home, and your family in danger. But with John Moore close by, we can help get your lights back on and your electrical system working – and working safely.
Call 713-730-2525 and schedule a Licensed Electrician.
Bellaire Electricians with a Lookout on Safety
No matter if your home is new or somewhat new, John Moore encourages homeowners to have their electrical system inspected at least every three to five years. Your ground-fault circuit-interrupters (GFCIs) should be tested a lot more frequently – even monthly if you can swing it. A ground-fault circuit interrupter (GFCI) protects people from the risk of electrical shock caused by faulty electrical appliances. With John Moore, our expert electricians will conduct a thorough inspection to ensure all of your electrical problems are identified. We will partner with you during the entire process to identify the root cause of any electrical problems your home is experiencing and offer solutions to keep your home safe for the distant future.
IMPORTANT: Call your electrical provider immediately if you notice any smoke or sparks coming from any part of your electrical system so they can shut off your homes electricity. If you notice any fires, call 9-1-1 to have the fire extinguished before calling John Moore.
John Moore's Electrical Services Include:
- Electrical Repairs & Upgrades
- Breaker Panel Inspection
- and Replacement
- Electrical Inspections
- High-Voltage Repair
- Whole-Home Surge Protection
- Indoor and Outdoor Lighting
- Overhead & Underground Lines
- Electrical Outlets
- & Dimmers
- Ceiling Fan & Fixture Installation
- Stand-by Generators
- LED & Recessed Lighting
- Code Corrections
Distribution Panel Repairs & Replacements in Bellaire
Whatever you call it – distribution panel, breaker panel, electrical panel, or breaker box – just know that it is the backbone of your electrical system. It’s formally known as a distribution panel because it literally distributes electricity to power up appliances, light fixtures, and outlets. Electrical panels have many features but one of the most important features is its ability to detect when there’s an excessive amount of electricity flowing to a particular outlet or appliance. When your home’s electrical panel detects an overflow of electricity, it will shut off the power to that outlet or appliance to avoid overheating in order to prevent explosions, sparks, and electrical fires.
Another common electrical problem is a circuit malfunction or a blown out fuse, which is typically caused by a power surge. If you can’t reset a breaker on your panel or notice black marks anywhere on the face of your electrical panel, you may want to call a licensed electrician to inspect and perform necessary repairs or replacements. If your home is more than thirty years old, there’s also a chance your panel may be outdated and needs to be replaced. Older breaker panels may have been designed without the same electrical standards of today, including some critical safety features that prevent fires. If your electrical panel is outdated, you should consider a complete electrical panel replacement.
Call 713-730-2525 to schedule a licensed John Moore electrician to check out your breaker panel.
Electrical Rewires in Bellaire
Are you noticing your lights flicker, a buzzing sound from behind your wall, or light switches that aren’t working? Those may be signs that you need an electrical rewire. Wiring malfunctions are common in homes built before 1990, and especially prevalent in homes built before 1970. Why? Before 1990, it was common for builders to use wires that were insulated with a low quality plastic that brittles over time, especially in Houston’s humid and hot climate. As these older insulators age and deteriorate, wires can come into contact with each other or another conductor, which can lead to sparks and fires. Before 1970, it was common for electrical wires to be made of aluminum, which isn’t as resistant to overheating as the copper wires used in homes today.
In contrast, today’s homes use copper wiring insulated with PVC plastic. These PVC insulated copper wires are designed to better withstand the test of time and prevent wires from being exposed. Because your homes wiring is a critical component of your electrical system, call on a certified electrician in Bellaire to perform a rewire if you notice any of the problems listed above.
Call 713-730-2525 to schedule our next available electrician in Bellaire.
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