Are You Licensed?
YES! All of our electricians are licensed and trained electricians that have the skills and education to handle every job with expertise and professionalism.
Can you tell me exactly how much this electrical job will cost me?
We offer FREE in-home estimates! Most phone quotes are subject to change once the technician sees the job. We do our best to give a ballpark idea however, we have found that our customers prefer an accurate price based on their exact electrical issue. By allowing us to diagnose the problem in person,you will know exactly what it will cost to get the job done before we begin work. Contact Electrical Plus today for a FREE quote on all of your electrical repair needs.
Do you have call ahead scheduling?
Absolutely! Electrical Plus is available on your schedule, 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Are you dependable and honest?
At Electrical Plus we only make agreements with the customer in mind. We ask clarifying questions and communicate honestly and with purpose.
Are you neat and professional?
Our courteous technicians respect your home and family. We are told over and over again by our customers how clean our technicians are. We treat your home like it’s our home.
Do you have upfront pricing?
Electrical Plus electricians always explain what they are going to do – before any work starts.
Do I need a permit? Who will obtain it?
We will check to township guidelines to determine if you need a permit. If you are in need of a permit for your electrical services, Electrical Plus will pull the proper permit for your township. A permit ensures electrical work will be checked by a city inspector-an important safeguard for homeowners.
Why do my bulbs keep burning out prematurely?
There are several reasons this could be happening. Poor conductivity between the bulb and socket will create an arc to the bulb. This will cause the bulb to burn out. When replacing a bulb, always make sure it is secured firmly in place to ensure a good connection. If your fixture is very old, the socket may have lost its tension and should be replaced. Once we look at the socket, we will know better.
Why aren’t my kitchen counter outlets working?
You may have a GFCI (Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter) receptacle which has tripped. To reset a GFCI receptacle, push in the reset button and listen for a click. If it’s still not working, check the circuit breaker or call a licensed electrician. If you reset the GFCI and it trips again, you should consult us, at Electrical Plus.
Why does my GFCI receptacle keep tripping?
The answer you provided is correct, although there are so many reasons that would happen. First, check any outdoor GFI receptacles for dampness, which can cause the GFI to trip.
Do I need smoke detectors in every room and What types of smoke detector should I get?
Why does my Breaker keep tripping? And what does it mean?
What rooms should GFI’s be installed in?
Look at the wiring between the open floor joists in the basement, up in an attic or the service panel. If the wire is aluminum and manufactured before May 1977 the outer covering of the cable will be marked with “Aluminum, ALUM, or AL.”
What is the difference between 2-prong and 3-prong outlets?
Two-prong outlets are connected to two-wire cables that do not have ground wires to protect people and electrical devices. 2-prong outlets are no longer per code. Three-prong outlets have a ground wire for added protection. It is a new code that all 2-prong outlets be changed out to 3-prong.
Why are my lights flickering?
Loose wiring is a common reason for flickering lights. If a light is flickering, shut off the light and the circuit breaker before removing the fixture to check the wiring. You may also want to call you electric company due to a problem on their end.