Yes, we will always provide an accurate quote for your service before we begin. Our team will assess the situation in person and discuss the type of service that would be best with the property owner. Our pricing structure is straightforward and transparent, and you won't need to worry about hidden fees or an unexpected extra bill.
Yes, it would be best if you had GFCI outlets. They provide an extra level of safety by detecting ground faults and automatically shutting off the power to the outlet. A ground fault is a situation in which electricity escapes from its intended path and can cause injury or even death. GFCI outlets are critical in bathrooms, kitchens, and other areas where water and electricity may come into contact.
Yes, whole home surge protection is definitely worth the investment! Here are a few reasons why:
There is some concern that aluminum wiring may not be as safe as copper wiring. The reason for this is that when aluminum wire corrodes, it can create a fire hazard. Aluminum wire has been known to corrode over time, and it can be unsafe when it does. If you have aluminum wiring, it's important to take proper precautions. Make sure you have an up-to-date smoke alarm system and consider investing in a wiring upgrade as soon as possible.
If your home still has its original knob and tube wiring, you may be wondering if you should get rid of it. Knob and tube wiring is over 100 years old and was only meant to last for about 60 years. Outdated materials are prone to breaking down and can cause electrical fires. In addition, today's homes require grounded circuits, which aren't possible with knob and tube wiring, so it's important to update your wiring as soon as possible.
While it's possible to do some basic electrical work yourself, it's always best to have a qualified electrician complete more complicated jobs. This is because working with electricity can be dangerous if you're unfamiliar with the correct procedures and safety protocols. If you try to do electrical work yourself and make a mistake, you could injure yourself or others, and you might need a repair or replacement soon. When you hire a professional, you can be assured that your electrical system is safe and code-compliant.
Bulbs going out quickly can indicate a range of things, from normal wear-and-tear to loose wiring in your home. Try switching to longer-lasting LED lights. If you notice that these are going out fast, get help from an affordable electrician who can inspect your property for signs of trouble.
If you need electrical services, call the professionals at Quality Electricians today. Our experienced technicians are always ready to put their skills and tools to work for your property. Contact our office to learn more about our offerings or to schedule an appointment.
Quality Electricians of Atlanta is a locally owned & operated electrical comapny.
You will be provided total cost before our electricians start working. We offer flat rate pricing.
We guarantee workmanship and parts used to repair electrical problems or installations.