We’re a family-owned company with over a decade of experience serving homeowners and businesses throughout Fort Myers, FL. Our technicians are fully licensed, insured, and background checked so you can be sure you’re getting high-quality repairs from people you can trust.
Whether commercial or residential, no job is too big or small for us.
The next time you need a dependable electrical contractor you can trust to do the job right the first time, call our professionals.
Check our service areas to find out if we’re operating near you.
Our Electrical Services
Many things can go wrong with the electrical system of your home. If you are experiencing electrical problems, don’t try a DIY fix. Call us instead to keep you and your property safe.
We offer a comprehensive list of electrical services, including:
- GFCI Outlet Installation
- Outlet Repair
- Breaker Panel Repair
- Electrical Code Violations
- Electrical Troubleshooting
- Home Wiring Repair and Installation
- Lighting Installation and Upgrades
- Generator Installation
Our technicians are fully licensed, insured, and background checked, so you can rest easy knowing that you’re in good hands.
Why You Need A Pro For Electrical Work
Most people fix household problems themselves to save money, and while there’s nothing wrong with that, some repairs should be handled by professionals, such as electrical work.
Here are a few things to consider before attempting your next DIY electrical repair.
Simply put, electricity is dangerous, and one mistake can end in tragedy.
Sure, you can watch videos on YouTube walking you through electrical repairs, but it doesn’t guarantee you’ll do the job correctly.
Hundreds of people get shocked or electrocuted each year while attempting household electrical repairs.
Lastly, even if you manage to complete the repair without injury, there’s no guarantee you did it correctly, which puts your home at risk of electrical fire down the road.
Saves Money & Time
As mentioned, most people perform DIY repairs to save money and time, but they end up spending more of each in many cases.
For example, adding up all the time you spent searching online how-to guides and watching videos can add hours or days to your repair project.
Also, purchasing specialized tools can be costly, especially if it’s something you’ll rarely use again.
Furthermore, your homeowners’ insurance company will ask you if a professional handled the work if something goes awry and you end up with property damage.
If they determine the damage happened because of a repair gone wrong, you’re probably going to be on the hook for the repairs.
Finally, you can’t get nearly the experience level a pro has by watching YouTube videos and reading how-to articles online.
The bottom line is that it’s always safer and more effective to hire a professional for your electrical work.
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