Sunburst Electric knows that you have a lot of questions about our services and why we usually recommend using a professional for electrical diagnosis, repair, and installations. We have listed some of the more frequently asked questions below.
Can You Tell Me Exactly How Much This Electrical Job Will Cost Me?
In our years of experience, we have found that our customers prefer an accurate price based on their exact electrical issue. Most phone quotes are subject to change once the technician sees the job. We don’t think that is fair to you. By allowing us to diagnose the problem in person, you will know exactly what it will cost to get the job done before we begin work. Contact Sunburst Electric today for a quote on all of your electrical repair needs.
What Is Whole Home Surge Protection And Is It Necessary In My Home?
Today’s homes are more advanced and filled with electronics than they have ever been, and we are increasingly dependent on not only the electronics, but the ability to easily charge them. Whole Home Surge Protection provides protection to all the electrical equipment in your home from surges and spikes that can be created outside or even inside your home. It acts just like the high quality power bars we often buy for our entertainment systems or our computer systems, but instead it protects all the devices in your home. This means it protects the electronic components of refrigerators, freezers, washers, dryer dishwashers, coffee makers and anything else that wouldn’t traditionally have protection. We recommend whole home surge protectors be installed in all homes to protect all the electronics.
How Can I Save Energy In My Office?
The quickest and easiest way to save energy in any building is by making sure your lighting system is as efficient as possible. There are many options available to make your lighting more efficient, from retrofitting existing fluorescent fixtures, to replacing old fixtures with new energy efficient solutions. This could mean using fluorescent bulbs where high bay metal halide or high pressure sodium fixtures were used previously, or even using LED technology to improve lighting levels as well as reduce energy usage. Mr. Electric can give you the right information and work with you of getting all the incentives available in your area to improve your lighting.
Can I Do This Work Myself?
Many areas allow a homeowner to do their own electrical work, provided they take out the proper permits and have the work inspected by the proper authorities. The safety of your family and your home should always be considered before you undertake any electrical work. Mr. Electric suggests call a professional unless you have the proper training, and we provide free quotes for all electrical work.