Choosing a trusted electrical contractor doesn’t have to be like finding a needle in a haystack.
At Southwest Florida Electric Inc., we’ve been at this for over a decade. We have developed a reputation in Fort Myers as a trusted electrical contractor that provides high-quality work at competitive prices and stands behind it 100%.
Our technicians are fully licensed, insured, and background checked, so you can rest assured you’re getting highly qualified, trained professionals for every electrical repair or installation you need.
Contact us today to book your appointment.
Our Service Areas
We want to be the go-to electrical contractor in the Fort Myers area and serve as many customers as possible.
Here are the areas we currently serve:
- Cape Coral
- Bonita Springs
- Port Charlotte
- Punta Gorda
- Lehigh Acres
- Fort Myers
- Fort Myers Beach
If you don’t see your area listed, call us and inquire!
Fort Myers Electrical Services
We at Southwest Florida Electric Inc. believe you shouldn’t have to hire multiple companies to complete a job, which is why we offer a complete list of electrical services, so you never have to call another electrician.
Our certified electricians perform repairs and installation that adhere to current regulations and codes for your safety and protection.
Here’s a sample of the many services we’re ready to provide.
- General Electrical Repair
- Commercial and Residential Lighting
- Exterior Lighting
- Generator Installation
- Home Wiring
- Electrical Panel Repair & Upgrades
To put it plainly, we’re the only electrical contractor you’ll ever need to hire.
Protect your family from carbon monoxide by calling us and asking about our carbon monoxide installation service.
5 Reasons to Call an Electrician
Most of us don’t have sufficient knowledge to fix electrical problems by ourselves, which is why it’s always safer for everyone in the house if you call a professional electrician for help instead of doing it yourself.
Here are the five most common times you should call an experienced electrician as soon as possible.
Frequent Breaker Trips
If you find that your breakers are tripping more often than usual, it means you’re drawing more power than what the system can provide, which can be dangerous. Call a professional electrician to troubleshoot the problem and recommend a solution.
When the lights flicker or dim when you’re running a power-hungry appliance like a microwave, you need a qualified electrician to figure out what’s going on. Sometimes, you’ll need a dedicated circuit to solve the problem.
Too Many Extension Cables
If your home looks like a snake pit because of all the extension cords running across the floors and baseboards, it means you need more outlets.
Over relying on extension cords puts a high demand on your electrical system, resulting in someone tripping and getting injured.
Burn marks on switch and outlet faceplates mean loose or faulty wiring behind the wall. Outdated wiring causes outlets and switches to get hot and lead to an electrical fire.
No GFCI Outlets
Everyone knows that water and electricity don’t mix, so if you operate appliances like hairdryers near water and don’t have GFCI outlets, you’re at risk of shock or electrocution.