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Electrical Services in Meadows Place, TX
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After four decades of delivering a range of home services to Meadows Place, John Moore recognized that homeowners were looking for an electrical service company that they can also trust. So in 2005, we began repairing and upgrading electrical systems across the Houston area. Today, customers call us for everything from an electrical system inspection and home rewires to installing new fixtures and recessed lighting.
Call 713-730-2525 and schedule a Licensed Electrician.
Top-Rated Electrical Services in Meadow Place
Whether you live in an older home, renovated home, or newer home, it’s important to always keep an eye on your electrical system. Outdated electrical system components found in older homes can potentially put your home and family in danger of house fires, electrocutions, and explosions. You should have your electrical system inspected every few years to ensure that it’s up-to-code before adding new appliances so that they do not overload your system. While a dead outlet or a flickering light fixture may seem like a minor electrical problem, there’s a possibility of a larger problem brewing behind your walls like exposed wires or a malfunctioning breaker panel.
Now, if you have a newer home in Meadows Place, you should still have an electrical inspection performed every three to five years. Sometimes John Moore get calls for electrical problems that are caused by faulty electrical installations or wire damage from pests that have chewed through wires. When in doubt, have your electrical system checked out.
IMPORTANT: If you notice fire, smoke, or wires sparking in any area of your electrical system, call your electrical company ASAP and ask them to turn off your home’s electricity. Call the nearest Fire Department in Meadows Place to extinguish any fires 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
Electrical Panel Repair and Replacement in Meadows Place
Your home’s electrical panel, also known as a distribution panel or breaker box, is the centerpoint of your home’s electrical system. It distributes electricity from the power grid to all of the light fixtures and outlets throughout your home. One of the key features of a breaker panel is its ability to detect when there’s too much electricity being pulled by an appliance or outlet. If a power surge or overcurrent is detected by your home’s breaker panel, it will shut power off to that area of the home. Amazing, right? Well, it’s amazing for newer homes with electrical panels that have this feature. If you live in an older home built before 1980, your electrical panel might not have this safeguard. In addition to safety features that may be missing, older panels are prone to faulty fuses or circuits that won’t reset.
How can you determine if you need a breaker panel replacement? You can visit www.ismypanelsafe.com to see if it is outdated or has been recalled. If your panel is indeed outdated, you can have it upgraded to a panel with all the modern safety features. If you’re still not sure if it’s time to replace your electrical panel, get a second opinion from one of John Moore’s licensed electricians. Even if you don’t need your panel replaced, we can provide you with some insights on how to stay safe and efficient while dealing with your home’s electrical system.
Call 713-730-2525 to schedule a licensed John Moore electrician for all your breaker panel needs.
Electrical Rewires in Meadows Place
It’s easy to take the ability to blow-dry our hair, make toast, watch TV, or simply see our way through our homes in the evening time for granted. But behind the walls of your home, there’s lots going on to make sure you can do all those things. Electrical wires are transporting electricity from your distribution panel to all the electrical points in your home. The simple act of flipping a switch sends a signal to your breaker panel that sends the electricity down the appropriate wire to turn on the corresponding light. Wires are what makes that connection happen, so when one becomes frayed, it can quickly make you miss the power of electricity.
What causes a wire to become damaged? There are a couple of things. Some wiring systems found in older homes were designed with aluminum wires that are prone to overheating. These same systems often used low quality plastic insulators that break down over the years, leaving wires exposed, which could cause problems if they come into contact with another exposed wire or conductive surface. Then there’s pest damage. Your wires can be chewed up by pests, like mice and rats in your home. The good news is that John Moore offers pest control services so that we can get rid of the pests before replacing your wires.
If you have old or damaged wires in your home, John Moore will replace them with up-to-code wires made from copper and insulated with PVC. Copper conducts electricity with more electrical resistant than aluminum, meaning they are far less prone to overheating. PVC insulators also offer stronger protection, so that there is less risk of wires becoming exposed. If you notice flickering lights, outlets that don’t work, or buzzing sounds coming from behind your walls, there may be a problem with your home’s wiring system.
Something amiss with your home's electrical system? Call 713-730-2525 to schedule our next available electrician in Meadows Place.
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