At T-Volt Electric, our professional electricians handle all types of electrical work such as adding and trouble shooting existing wiring, appliance circuits, spa circuits, ceiling fans, cable outlets, dimmers, switches, and telephone jacks. We are constantly reinvesting in our business and new equipment in order to provide homeowners with professional electrical service second to none in the area. Our professional electricians can come to your home, business, or office and diagnosis any problem you may be having. We will do all your electrical work personally to guarantee an excellent job for you. All the electrical materials we install for your project will be the finest that are available.
If you want to undertake an electrical renovation project and just don’t know where to begin on in your home or office, then please contact T-Volt Electrical Contractors. Our expert electricians can help you plan out and get started on your new renovation project. Including the early on in the renovation project can save you money in the long run to insure things do not have to be moved around to make the electrical system work properly. Our electricians can install new wiring to add to the convenience of your home, or re-wire present systems to keep your home and family safe. Our professional electricians provide electrical contractor service to business and homeowners by itself, or as a part of a larger team renovation project. We assist in any type of home and commercial renovation project including:
- Bathroom Remodels
- Bedroom Renovation or build out as per designed plans
- Kitchen Renovations
- Office Renovation
- Room Additions
- Commercial Warehouse Lighting New Installation, Design and ReFits
Electrical Service and Panel Upgrades:
We feel at T-Volt Electric that electrical service upgrade, rebuilding or repairing your circuit breakers can prevent uncalled for downtime and in many cases is cost-effective. Our know-how ensures that we can perform top quality repairs, modifications, rebuilding and maintenance on most circuit breakers and larger frame molded case breakers of all brands and vintages. An electric panel or service upgrade for your home or business is just what it implies. It is an upgrade from the existing electrical circuit breaker or fused panel. With all the new appliances, and technical devices we now have in our homes and offices we find that older homes/offices might not have sufficient power available to handle the increased electrical load demands. Therefore, a "service change" is required. This includes not only an upgrade in your electric panel. But an upgrade in your exterior main service disconnect meter socket and wire size between the exterior meter main disconnect and interior electrical panel. A panel change out is usually required to alleviate a problem with the existing panel. Sometimes a breaker might overheat to the point that the buss bar in a panel gets burned or overheated. The conductors between the meter and panel may become loose and burn out the main lugs, especially common when aluminum conductors were used in South Florida.
Surges are sudden and unexpected spikes in voltage that travel throughout your home and office electrical system. Some surges come from within your own home, such as turning on a dryer or sending a document to your printer. Other surges come from outside your home, as in electric utility switching, downed power poles, cut power lines, and lightning strikes. Surge can even enter through cable televisions and telephone wiring.
Most homes have some type of expensive electronic equipment in it; for example, kitchen appliances, water heaters, etc., which are vulnerable to power surges. These items can be protected with a whole house or office surge protection device. Additionally entertainment equipment and/or computers can be protected with a surge bar. Some of these affordable surge protectors come with a lifetime warranty and cover up to $25,000.00 worth of appliances.
Home generators are designed to provide electricity back up power in times of hurricane power outage or malfunctions for a short duration of time. Home stand-by generators not only light up the house in case of power outages but also, depending on their capacity, provide power to run appliances like air conditioners, refrigerators, furnaces, television and heaters. Stationery home generators require the service of a professional or a licensed electrical contractor for installation. The generators are connected to the home wiring system through an automatic transfer or manual switch. Stationery generators in most cases come with an automatic power monitoring system. As soon as there is disruption in power, the generator automatically starts to provide power and switches off automatically after normal power is restored.