Free Answers to Your home and equipment electric wiring questions
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We are always striving to answer electrical wiring and mechanical questions. We have always been helpful service contractor with many positive and thankful commercial and residential customers. You can get free electrical help here by getting free answers to your home electric wiring questions most anytime. Some residential wiring items we give electrical help with here are sizing your fuse box circuits, grounding issues, kitchen GFCI, bath GFCI, AFCI devices, installation and troubleshooting and all answered free! I am retired Licensed Master electrician, mechanical, HVAC contractor and solar certified. Qualified for most all types low/high voltage control work, smart fire alarm systems, industrial controls, mechanical controls, new breaker panel installs and remodels. These days most the interest lies in anything other than small to medium-sized commercial or large residential projects. The maintenance industry is still going on and I get quite a few maintenance departments looking for some expertise. Lighting contract companies are replacing old incandescent bulbs with LED lighting and that is slowly taking load of the existing branch circuits and services in the older buildings. This should be making the maintenance guys happy. Also maintaining electrical generator set controls are important to keep going and anyone with those types of issues are welcome to ask questions.
If you are stumped and need some advice on a project or inherited a piece of equipment needing repairs, you might get your mechanical and electrical questions answered here. I will try not to ask you to troubleshoot by yourself and help by us narrowing things down together. Being I am here and you are there the more asking and answering we do with each other, the easier and faster things will go. I will try to give you live pointers so you can get to the root of the issue quickly. Please be close to your project so we can get to the answers. Letting time go by while we are conversing makes it complicated, so be ready to answer any of my questions. Just be patient and explain your electrical problem clearly, giving live free answers are in demand and they take time to answer. Fortunately every customer has been patient in getting their answer to questions. There are a few good electrical question answer sites on the net to, so if you like, feel free to look around my site and see if you find what you are looking for and thanks for giving the site some of your time. I understand your time is valuable.
We do not list any instructions on this site, we only answer the questions you ask the best we can and leave the answers posted for anyone to refer too. There are a couple of topics we address for safety reasons because I feel it is very important to let everyone know this type of business could be very dangerous and is not a game. Again, if you plan to follow any answers as instructions please be careful because the answers are not meant as instructions. When you receive an answer to a question an you feel you need more information, it may help to ask again with any additional information inserted.
Hopefully we can help you get your electrical project completed.
- Quality electricians are around your area, look for small business types. Most of the time, licensed small shop electricians are the most helpful, best experienced and might be “in person” on your scheduled service call.
Some helpful planning tips for most any home electric wiring installation, this is very basic:
Carefully plan for your installation and if drawings are required use up to date city approved drawings with a city stamp.
Plan your electrical lay out by measuring wire lengths before making any copper wire purchases. This will help you with any mistakes on the cost of copper wire.
Managing material and labor cost daily during entire scope of project
Safety – Keep your children and pets away from all live wiring or non live circuits. While you have ceiling, walls and electrical boxes open, put 6 mil plastic over doorways using nail strips. Keep all rooms closed off until you are sure your finished and all boxes closed.
- Challenge yourself!
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