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ELECTRICAL
SERVICES

Learn about all our services and various problems that may require an Electrician!

Servicing All of SW Florida

When it comes to electrical work, the electricians at PowerHouse Electrical Services are ALWAYS the ones to trust. Our electricians are all well-trained, licensed, insured, and hand-selected to assist you with any of electrical issues that may arise. Our professional electricians provide fast, friendly service in the community! From electrical panel repair and replacement to home re-wiring and electrical troubleshooting services, our electricians are always the ones to trust!

ELECTRICIAN SERVICES

Our team is ready to serve and excited for the opportunity to service our SW Florida residents & businesses with the best electrical expertise and customer service!

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Energy-Efficient Lighting

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General Home Lighting Services

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Rewiring Outlets

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Surge Protection

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Underground Services

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Cable TV Hookup

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Bedroom Arc-Fault Correction

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Outlet Upgrades (GFI & Grounding)

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Electrical Panel Upgrades

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New Circuits

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Home Remodels and Additions

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Landscape Lighting

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New Construction Wiring

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Telephone and Data Installation

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Home Renovation Wiring & Lighting

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Special Circuits

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Tenant Improvements

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Lighting Upgrades

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Ballast Replacements

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Service & Circuit Distribution

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Troubleshooting

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Maintenance & Repair

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New Retail Storefronts

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Security Lighting

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Home Generator Installation

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OSHA Corrections

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Parking Lot Lighting

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And Much More!

PROBLEMS THAT MAY

REQUIRE AN ELECTRICIAN

Our team is ready to serve and excited for the opportunity to service our SW Florida residents & businesses with the best electrical expertise and customer service!

HOT METAL OR PLASTIC MELTING SMELLS

Often times, customers will describe what they smell as an “odd hot plastic” type smell. If you smell any type of burning plastic or hot metal smell, turn off any breakers where the smell is radiating from, call 911 to have the fire department check for an electrical fire. Do not use any electrical components until the problem has been resolved.

BREAKERS THAT CONTINUALLY TRIP

If you have a breaker that trips repeatedly, this can be caused by an array of things, most of which can be fixed with a simple repair, but some can be dangerous. A breaker is an overcurrent device, it tripping means that it is doing its job and protecting the circuit. If you have a breaker tripping, it is best to call a licensed and insured electrician to troubleshoot and repair the challenge.

ELECTRICAL SMOKE OR SPARKS

If you notice at any point sparks coming from a receptacle or any other electrical component, discontinue use, turn off breaker, and call 911 to make sure there is not an electrical fire. Once cleared, call an emergency electrician for repair.

PARTIAL HOME POWER LOSS

Often times, homeowners will lose power to partial, or even half of their house, and they decide not to call anyone because they say “it started to work again.” Intermittent issues can often times mean there is a more serious issue. Call a licensed and insured electrician.

HOT DEVICES, CORDS, OR OTHER DEVICES

Electrical components are designed to manage heat. In fact, the National Electrical Code that electricians go by is also called the NFPA 70. NFPA stands for “National Fire Protection Association.” Electrical equipment is designed to manage heat. If you feel that electrical components are hot to the touch, this means there is a problem. The circuit should be shut off, and not used until it is repaired.

BUZZING OR STRANGE ELECTRICAL NOISES

Often times, many of our customers hear a “buzzing” noise coming from electrical equipment and/or components. If you hear buzzing coming from electrical components, call an emergency electrician today. A buzzing noise probably means something is loose. When electrical components are loose, this causes resistance in the circuit. Where you find resistance, you will find heat!

WATER DAMAGE

If you have experienced a flood or other water damage, it is best to call an emergency electrician to evaluate the problem and turn off power to areas that may have been affected.

BURNED ELECTRICAL DEVICES

If there is a dark brown or dark-colored burn mark on a receptacle or other electrical component, this means there is a problem. Discontinue use, turn off breaker, and call an emergency electrician for service.

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(844) 671-7938

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Address

17051 Alico Commerce Ct, Unit 2

Fort Myers, FL 33967

Phone

(239) 228-8549

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