Your electrical system is a key component of just about any sort of home remodeling project. If your fuses, switches and wires don’t function, then all of the work you’ve put in will have been wasted. At Raynor Electric, we can help with any kitchen, bath, room addition, or any other type of remodeling project, and make sure your electrical system will work as it should.
We can help save money by making sure big appliances and other electronics don’t have to be moved in order for your electrical system to work. We can either re-wire your present system, or install new wiring for added safety and convenience. Some of the specific types of remodeling jobs we can help you with include:
Kitchens – We will take care of your kitchen remodel, no matter how large or small it may be. We will install under-cabinet outlets and lights, garbage disposals, dishwashers, icemakers and new circuits with ground fault protection.
Bathrooms – You should make sure that you make Ground Control Fault Interrupters, or GFCIs, a part of any remodeling project, no matter what part of your home you are renovating. A GFCI will protect you and your loved ones from electrocution due to a ground fault. A ground fault happens when electricity passes through a person’s body instead of its correct path – a wire.
Make sure that you have GFCIs installed throughout your home by a professional to make sure your electrical system is as safe as it can be.
Room additions – At Raynor Electric, we have an extensive amount of experience in making sure the electrical systems associated with room additions work correctly. We know the requirements for basement conversions, and we know how to re-wire circuit breakers for second-story additions. Whatever types of complexities may crop up with your room addition, we will know how to handle it.
You need a licensed and professional electrician and contractor in order to tackle this sort of project as safely as possible. Working on your electrical system can be extremely hazardous if you do not have the proper experience. Please do not try this yourself; call a licensed and expert electrical technician from Raynor Electric. We will give you an up front quote or estimate before any work begins so that you know what will happen before any wires are stripped or any circuits removed.