At one point or another, it's almost inevitable that a homeowner will encounter some kind of electrical problem that will have to be dealt with. These kinds of problems can range from mildly irritating to being completely disruptive to your daily life for both you and your family. In some cases, these electrical problems can even be dangerous. Needless to say, they should be resolved as quickly as possible—not on your own, but with the assistance of an experienced and completely professional team of electricians like the ones found at Lowes here in Petaluma.
The vast majority of electrical problems should only be tackled by electricians trained in repair, like those found with our company. If you try and handle these sorts of issues on your own, it could damage there st of the infrastructure of your electrical wiring, or worse—cause a fire or cause you to get electrocuted. The good news is that you're not on your own when these kinds of problems arise, because Lowes has been serving the Petaluma community for many years. Our professional staff of experienced electricians can repair just about any electrical problem that you're likely to have—we've seen it all and we know exactly how to help. We'll provide you with an accurate and reliable quote, and then fix your problem with the attention to detail and reliability that you deserve.
Busted Outlet? Switch Not Working?
Whether you have a problem with an outlet or you need new ones installed, Lowes can help you get the job done. Outlets not working can cause major inconveniences for sure, but the really important takeaway here is that they might actually be indicative of a worse electrical problem. If one outlet isn't working, it might mean that there's a problem beginning to develop and that other electrical components within your house could soon short out or fail also. Therefore, if you have a broken outlet, it's a smart move to have it inspected and repaired immediately.
If the lights are acting up, odds are it's not just an issue with your bulb if you've already replaced it. Similar to a broken outlet, a light switch that stopped working might be a part of a larger problem. Hopefully that won't be the case and it'll be a quick and simple fix that one of our experienced electrical technicians can resolve for you in less than an hour—but if there is a larger problem in play, we'll discover it and let you know exactly how to prevent further electrical problems.
Internal or External Wiring Repair
If you have problems with your internal or external wiring—or even if you're not sure—the professionals at Lowes will be able to diagnose and repair the problem with you. Common issues affecting internal wiring issues include appliances not working properly or lights flashing or not working at all. Outdoors, you might find similar issues happening, such as backyard lights not working or appliances not working either. Whatever the problem is, we can fix them and let you know how to prevent future issues.
Blown Fuses and Tripped Breakers
Some of the wiring that was conducted in older homes, especially over time, can lead to fuses blowing and breakers tripping. If you're experiencing these kinds of problems on a regular basis, it's time to consider rewiring your home so that it's up to par with modern power standards. This is because newer appliances tend to draw much more power than they used to, so if you're having fuses blow out, it could be that your equipment and the things in your home are trying to get too much power through an electrical configuration that was never intended for such technology. We've rewired hundreds of homes in the area in short amounts of time and for a reasonable price. If you think you might benefit from this kind of service, please feel encouraged to contact us today for the most professional service possible.
Learn More About Home Electrical Repair
If you'd like to learn more about how Lowes can help you resolve the electrical home problems discussed here—as well as just about any other kind of residential electrical issue—please feel warmly welcomed to contact us. When you call or contact us through this website, you'll reach a professional and polite individual who would be more than happy to help you schedule a consultation. During a consultation, an electrician will come out to your home, inspect the problem, and let you know exactly how much the repair will cost as well as how long it'll take. We value your time and aim to provide quotes which are both reasonable and accurate both in terms of the amount charged and the time the repair will take. We don't want to interrupt your daily routine any more than we have to—we just want to get the lights back on for you as efficiently as possible. Please feel encouraged to call us today to schedule an appointment.