F.A.Q

01

How much does it cost to install a ceiling fan?

There are several different scenarios that will ultimately determine the price of ceiling fan installation. Our price is based on an 8ft to 10ft ceiling, assembly of the ceiling fan and the location is within 25ft of the switch. We don't include the cost of ceiling fan since the price can very widely depending on the type.

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How much does it cost to install a light fixture?

The cost of Light fixture installations can very depending on how many lights are on one switch as well as the distance between lights. For determining the cost we take into account how many different rooms there will be, how tall the ceiling is, and how many lights there are per room. Our price is based on 8ft to 10ft ceiling and the first light is within 25ft of the switch. The cost of the fixtures is not included since the price can very widely depending on the type.

03

How much does it cost to install a new panel?

Pricing for a panel is very custom and will require a phone conversation with an electrical contractor, but generally you can expect to be charged $1,000 to $3,000 depending on whether or not you are replacing an existing panel or if you are adding an additional panel somewhere else. Some things to think about before calling would be how many amps will you need (which can be determined by the name plate rating of the equipment you're powering), how far the new location will be from the original panel, and the breaker type in the original panel. Pictures of the original panel and breakers are always beneficial as well as the location of the new panel.

04

How much does it cost to replace or relocate a switch and receptacle?

Replacing switches and receptacles are very common and relatively easy to do. However, relocating switches and receptacles can be very complex depending on the new location. We advise you call a qualified electrical contractor to go over project details and make sure you give a good description of what exactly you want. Things you should mention are how many switches or receptacles are being moved and how far the new location will be.

05

How much does it cost to install under cabinet lights?

Cabinet lighting costs will vary based on location and accessibility to a crawl space below, or attic space above. Our price is based on the location of the light being within 10ft of the switch. The price doesn't include the cost of the under cabinet lights due to the wide variety to choose from.

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Why you should hire an electrical contractor instead of doing it yourself?

We understand that sometimes people think that they will save a few bucks if they try and do electrical work themselves. But the reality is there are a lot of things that can go wrong when trying to DIY and electrical project. Improper connection of wires or installations of equipment can be very dangerous and can cause electrical fires, electrocutions and even result in the death of innocent lives. When hiring a licensed and insured electrical contractor you'll have the peace of mind knowing that everything is installed correctly in a timely manner and your building and the people in it are safe.

07

How much does it cost for a remodel or addition?

Electrical remodels and additions have a lot of different variables to consider. The pricing can vary depending on whether or not walls are opened or closed. By allowing contractors to cut sheet rock you’ll speed up the process tremendously thus lowering your total cost of the job. Also the more repetitious work you have the lower the price will be per install. So for instance if you want 8 can lights in your living room. Generally your overall price will be less per light compared to only installing 1 or 2 lights. We understand that every job is unique. You should call a qualified electrical contractor to get a more personalized quote for your project

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What Should I look for in an Electrical Contractor?

All Electrical contactors know how to install electrical equipment and they say they'll do a great job and keep your house clean. But what you should really be looking for is someone who puts your needs first and is willing to do what's necessary to give you that one of a kind experience. The electrical contractor should give you the confident feeling that they know exactly what they're doing and they truly have your best interest at heart.

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How much does it cost to replace or relocate a switch and receptacle?

Replacing switches and receptacles are very common and relatively easy to do. However, relocating switches and receptacles can be very complex depending on the new location, but generally you can expect to be charged $320.00 to $780.00. We advise you call a qualified electrical contractor to go over project details and make sure you give a good description of what exactly you want. Things you should mention are how many switches or receptacles are being moved and how far the new location will be.