A Residential Electrician Provides Professional Lighting Services



A residential electrician provides a complete range of homeowners’ electrical services, from installations to repairs to upgrading light fixtures. Hiring a fully licensed and bonded professional is the smart choice for the electrical work in your home.

Residential Electrician: General Lighting

For high-quality electrical work, a residential electrician has the experience and skills to handle any type of electrical service you require. Licensed electricians have undergone extensive training and stay up-to-date with the latest electrical codes. Furthermore, they have all the tools and equipment necessary for any job.

Types Of Residential Electrical Services

Electrical Panel Upgrades – There are times when it may be necessary to upgrade your circuit breaker panel, especially if you’re noticing problems. Flickering lights and blown fuses can indicate the wiring is worn and needs to be replaced.

Also, home renovations sometimes make it necessary to upgrade your electrical panel. You can rely on a professional residential electrician to upgrade your home’s electrical panel accurately and safely.

Replacing Light Fixtures – Some of the popular upgrades in-home lighting are installing recessed lighting, kitchen pendant lights, bathroom lighting, and ceiling fans.

It’s best to hire a licensed and qualified residential electrician for such tasks for several reasons. For instance, many ceiling lights and fans require the home to have high-temperature insulation and older homes may not have it. In addition, the ceiling mounting needs to be strong enough to support the fixture. A residential electrician can help you with all of these issues.

Installing Outlets, USB Ports and GFCI Receptacles – A popular trend currently is adding charging stations for electronic devices. These types of outlets all require a ground fault circuit interrupter (GFCI). These are designed to prevent shock by shutting off the power if water comes in contact with electricity, or if the electricity load becomes unbalanced.

It is possible to convert existing outlets to those with built-in USB ports. As with all these issues, they are best left for a residential electrician who can make the conversion safely.

There are strict code requirements for grounding outlets. For example, there must be at least one GFCI outlet in the bathroom and one in the kitchen. Also, outdoor outlets should be GCFI equipped. Many older homes do not meet this requirement If you need additional outlets or GCFI plugs, you should contact a residential electrician.

Outdoor Security Lighting – Many homes, in particular in suburban and rural areas, have outdoor lights. Urban homes often are equipped with motion-sensor security lights. A residential electrician will install ambient or outdoor security lights that are rated for outdoor use and are properly grounded.

Residential Electrician: DIY vs Professional

We can’t say it often enough – for you and your family’s safety unless you have a lot of experience working with electricity, it is recommended that you do not attempt most electrical work at your home.

While there are a couple of basic things that are safe for homeowners to do, such as installing light switches and outlet covers, it’s best to let a trained professional do the more intricate work. Just remember to turn off the power before you start to avoid an electric shock. There are tutorials and how-to videos available online. However, if you don’t feel comfortable doing it yourself, a residential electrician is just a phone call away.

It’s All About Safety And Adhering To Established Codes

Most electrical work should be left to a professional residential electrician. Working on electrical systems is intricate, often complicated, and always dangerous. Improper DIY work can cause faulty wire connections, overloaded circuits, and incorrect grounding.

All Current Electric Residential Electrician

A local certified residential electrician from All Current Electric guarantees efficient, high-quality, electrical service to homeowners in Overland Park, Shawnee, Lenexa, Prairie Village and Johnson & Wyandotte counties in Kansas; and Jackson, Platte, Cass and Clay counties in Missouri. We always have a selection of the top-performing and highest rated residential electricians who provide the right solution at the right time.

When you need of a residential electrician, give All Current Electric a call, or request an appointment using our Quick Quote Form


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