If you're experiencing an electrical emergency, dial 911 or our emergency services line at (415) 524-0477.

On account of the fact that the wiring present in a home or business structure can be quite complicated, when it malfunctions this can present a rather serious safety issue—if things get out of control, you need the help of a certified emergency electrician. Since most people will avoid sparking wires or other common problems since they're worried about getting shocked, they'll usually call emergency services followed by an electrician. This is a smart move, but be aware that no matter how safe you are, if you're anywhere near an electrical problem that's currently sparking, smoking, or presenting other signs of danger, the best thing youc an do is to get out of there. Never try to resolve these sorts of problems on your own, because that can lead to injury or death. Always trust a qualified electrician to disable the power to your home or business and then resolve the problem.

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Emergency Electrician, San Rafael

Lowes can provide excellent, emergency services for individuals with homes in San Rafael who have electrical problems. Whether it's an emergency or not, we'll do everything in our power to have your electrical problem resolved as quickly as possible. Avoid endangering your family or employees by utilizing the services which we can provide.

When we come to your home, it might be to fix a problem concerning a number of different common electrical issues. Just because they're common doesn't mean that they aren't potentially dangerous. For example, we might visit your home to fix a problem that involves sparking wires or an appliance that's sparking or has a burnt or burning smell coming from it. We may also be called to help youf ix your circuit breaker or fuse box if necessary. This is common especially for one of the many older structures in our city, since older buildings and homes usually have electrical systems which haven't been updated to support the common power needs of today's more demanding appliances and technologies.

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Whether you're running an office building or a manufacturing business, electrical problems present two kinds of emergencies. The first is that they might be a safety issue, and the second is that they'll put you out of commission until they're fixed. We'd like to make sure that you can get back into business as quickly and as safely as possible. Don't put your employees or customers at risk if you see anything that seems like it could potentially be dangerous—call the appropriate emergency services and then call us.

Let's take a moment to look at a few common problems that might present themselves as electrical emergencies. Lowes is qualified and certified to come to your home or place of business to resolve these kinds of issues as quickly and as affordably as possible.

Common Problems

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Professional Electrician, San Rafael

One of the most common electrical emergencies are conductors that have, through some problem or another, become exposed. These electrical components should always remain insulated or isolated by some means—that's because if a human or pet touches them, they could get electrically shocked. The conductor itself might be working just fine, but if it's uncovered, it's a safety issue

Loose wiring is another common problem. If wires are loose, someone could get shocked or the wires, if they touch, could cause sparking. That's a fire hazard for sure, so no matter what caused it, loose wires need to be fixed immediately. A qualified electrician knows how to properly insulate and protect the wires from this kind of problem.

Did you know that if your lights are flickering it could be an indication that there's a larger problem at stake? That's because if the lgihts flicker, you might have a problem with a loose connection in the breakers of your home or business structure, or it could be that there are loose wires somewhere. If the lights flicker or don't appear to be working properly (e.g., becoming dim at random times), you might have a problem that's worse than just a bad bulb. Call a professional electrician like the ones employed here at Lowes to come out to your home or business and take a look—you might be saving yourself from potential safety issues, not to mention saving yourself money from worse problems that might be developing.

Learn More About How Lowes Can Help

If you'd like to discover more about how the professional electricians at Lowes can resolve not only emergency problems with your electrical system, but any kind of electrical repair work, we'd love to have a conversation with you and schedule a consultation so that we can come out and give you a fair and accurate quote. Please feel free to contact us at your earliest convenience so that we can help.