Licensed Electricians in Clear Lake
John Moore, the Trusted Name for Home Services in Clear Lake, Texas
Over 50 Years of Quality Service in Clear Lake
When Clear Lake started booming with residential developments in the mid ‘60s, John Moore was also getting our start as a plumbing company focused on complete customer satisfaction. Since these humble beginnings, both Clear Lake and John Moore have come a long way. Now, we are proud to provide Space City homeowners with a full range of home services that range from AC to electrical and beyond.
Call 713-730-2525 and schedule a Licensed Electrician.
Electrical Inspections, Repairs, & Updates for Clear Lake Homes
When it comes to your home electrical systems, you don’t want to take any chances. Residential electrical system typically operate on 220 volt service, which provides power to your lights, outlets, and appliances. This amount of electricity not only has the potential to spark and start fires, it can also fatally electrocute someone if they’re not careful. If your home has outlets that don’t work, lights that flicker, breaker circuits that won’t reset, or other electrical issues that might indicate a problem with your home’s wiring or distribution panel, you should always rely on a licensed, insured electrician to inspect your electrical system and make the appropriate repairs.
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
Electrical Panel Installation, Inspections, & Repairs
The heart of your home’s electrical system is the electrical panel. Also aptly referred to as a distribution panel or breaker panel, your electrical panel is responsible for both distributing electricity around your home as well as shutting power off to any area or appliance that draws unsafe amounts of electricity. The “breaker” function of your electrical panel is a critical safety feature that can prevent fires and explosions in your home. As panels age, they are less likely to protect homes in the case of an overcurrent or short circuit. Furthermore, some panel models have been recalled because they have major design flaws that prevent them from breaking circuits in the event of an overcurrent. We recommend that homeowners have their electrical panel routinely inspected every few years or before adding a new appliance to avoid electrical surges and fires.
If you notice that outlets, switches, and fixtures around your home don’t work as they should, it could mean that you have bad wiring or that your breaker panel are malfunctioning do to fault components or a tripped breaker. John Moore’s licensed electricians can inspect and repair any malfunctioning circuits in a breaker panel. If we find that your panel is outdated, we can advise you on the safest electrical panels available today and replace your old electrical panel with a new, safe model.
Outdated panel? Outlets on the fritz? Call 713-730-2525 to schedule our next available electrician.
Rewiring Clear Lake Homes to Improve Safety and Efficiency
Contemporary electrical wiring systems have two safety features built into their design. The first is the copper wire, which is conductive enough to carry electricity yet resistant enough to prevent the wire from overheating. The second safety feature is a PVC insulation that prevents the wires from coming into contact with other wires or conductive surfaces that could potentially spark a fire. Before the 90s, it wasn’t uncommon for homes to be built with aluminum wires covered in a plastic insulation that was found to brittle over time. Aluminum is less resistant than copper, so they are more likely to overheat, which could lead to wasted electricity and sometimes even melt the insulation surrounding it.
In addition to age, pests like mice and rats can damage wiring systems by chewing through their insulation. If your home has lights that flicker or outlets that don’t work, it could be a sign that something is wrong with your homes wires. If you hear a buzzing sound coming from behind your wall, or notice sparks coming out of an outlet, chances are that an exposed wire behind your walls has come into contact with another wire or conductor. If you see any of these signs, you should call a licensed electrician to inspect your home’s electrical panel and wiring system to make the appropriate repairs and upgrades.
Suspect that your home has a faulty wiring system? Find out for sure by scheduling an inspection with a licensed John Moore electrician at 713-730-2525.
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John Moore is Improving Clear Lake One House at a Time
We provide Electrical Services to all Clear Lake neighborhoods including:
- Bay Forest
- Bay Glen
- Bay Knoll
- Bay Oaks
- Bay Pointe
- Brook Forest
- Camino South
- Clear Brook
- Piper’s Meadow
- Sterling Knoll
- University Green
- University Park