If you are looking for electrical services beyond your capabilities, you will need to hire a professional. Tallahassee Repairman of Tallahassee Florida provides electricians to handle all of your electrical repair and installation needs, from changing out switches to mounting ceiling fans and hard-wired carbon monoxide detectors.
Our electrical work is performed by an experienced, electrical handyman who will walk you through every step of the process for a simple and seamless experience. Our goal is your complete satisfaction.
Electrical Jobs We Specialize In:
- Installing and repairing electrical fixtures, outlets and switches
- Ceiling fan installation
- Light fixture installation
- Upgrading electrical panels and sub-panels
- Installing GFCIs (ground fault circuit interrupters) and electrical surge protectors
- Installing motion detectors and other security equipment
- Adding hard-wired smoke detectors
- Installing carbon monoxide detectors
- Installing recessed lighting
- Installing under cabinet lighting
- Installing and wiring for backup generators
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There is no doubt about it – home DIY projects are very popular. It is great that homeowners are really taking ownership of their home, expanding their knowledge and skills, and trying new things. DIY projects can be great and relatively easy, but, there are some DIY projects that are best left to the professionals. One thing that is almost always better left to a qualified handyman or contractor is electrical projects. While some electrical projects may seem simple, they could actually pose significant risk of physical injury and damage to your home. If physical harm or home damage occurs it is not only very dangerous but could also be quite costly. For these reasons, skip the DIY and hire a professional handyman or electrician to handle electrical projects.
We've Completed Many Electrical Service Jobs With Professionalism, Quality And Customer Service Always In Mind.
If you own a home that was built before 1971, or after depending on where you live, your home may not have GFCI outlets. When you embark on a home remodel of any kind, an inspector or handyman will recommend (or require) that you install GFCI outlets for your protection. GFCI stands for ground-fault circuit interrupter. While it may seem like an irritation to have additional electrical work required, GFCIs are very important and provide a great deal of safety to your home and those inside it.