The temptation to turn an electrical installation, upgrade or problem into a DIY project can be great, but in most cases, relying on a seasoned electrician can make all the difference. Trustworthy Electric has a team of licensed electricians who will be happy to offer worthwhile and workable solutions to electrical issues you may be experiencing in your home.
We provide a broad array of electrical services to ensure all the electrical works and wiring in your home are performing as they should. For almost three decades, we have been a leading electrical company in and around Mathews, AL with a proven track record of high-quality service delivery and overall efficiency.
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Electrical Repairs & Troubleshooting
We’ve all had those inconvenient times when power keeps going out for no obvious reason, an outlet or switch is dead, or lights simply won’t work. Whatever type of electrical problem you’re experiencing, you can count on the experienced electricians at Trustworthy Electric to troubleshoot the problem and complete the repair. Rather than worrying over what’s wrong or suffering ongoing inconveniences, simply call us to restore your Mathews home or business to normal.
When Should You Have Your Electrical Outlets Replaced?
There are several cases when we highly recommend you replace your existing electrical outlets.
- Your outlet is faulty, damaged or warped: Discoloration, cracking, warping and sparking are all signs that your outlet’s internal components are breaking down and due for replacement.
- Your outlets aren’t grounded: Ungrounded sockets can be very dangerous so try to make sure every outlet in your premises includes a ground socket.
- Your outlet is inadequate or too old for your voltage needs: Older outlets may not be rated for the amount of voltage you typically use. These outlets tend to wear down faster if you demand too much voltage.
- The outlets in your bathroom and kitchen aren’t GFCI outlets: A Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter (GFCI) outlet helps to prevent electric shocks if an appliance suddenly contacts water while you’re using it.
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Signs You Need to Upgrade Your Electrical Panel
Here are a few common signs that you might need to upgrade your electrical service panel.
- You’re making an addition or renovation
- Circuit breakers that trip constantly
- Burned areas in the panel
- Faulty wiring issues