It’s true that not all electricians are the same. While most are trained in construction and work on commercial job sites, the technicians at Edison Electric, Inc. are devoted to serving homeowners. We understand that your home is not a job site and we take proper steps to ensure a clean, positive experience. Serving the Twin Cities since 2007, we are active members of the Better Business Bureau and the Minnesota Electrical Association. We service hundreds of homeowners each year and take the safety of you and your family seriously, which is why we only employ drug-free professionals who are trained in residential service.
We are a small electrical repair company and much of our business comes from satisfied repeat customers and referrals. The most gratifying compliment we can receive is a recommendation from one satisfied customer to another.
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Whether you are upgrading your light fixtures, replacing your GFCI outlets, or need your electrical panel replaced, we offer complete residential electrical repair and installation services in Plymouth, MN. We have thousands of satisfied customers and will efficiently handle all of your electrical needs, including the following services:
- L.E.D. Lighting
- Electrical Outlets
- Appliance Circuits
- Home Rewiring Services
- Code Compliance
- Electrical Panel & Service Upgrades
- Troubleshoot & Repair
- Lighting Design, Installation and Replacement
- Ceiling Fan Installations
- Whole House Surge Protection
- GFCI Protection
- AFCI Protection
- Fire & CO2 Alarm
What You Need to Know About AFCI Outlets
When it comes to protecting your home from electrical arcs - and potential fires - you need arc fault circuit interrupters (AFCI). These detect arcs and help prevent fires in your home. Because of the safety they provide, electrical codes require AFCI outlets to be installed in most rooms of your home. If you need these units added to your house, call us today to schedule an appointment.
Electrical Issues That Might Show up on a Home Inspection Report
Buying or selling a house is not as easy as simply making an offer and completing a sale. In most cases, a home inspection is performed to evaluate the condition of key aspects of the house. When it comes to electrical issues, some of the most common problems listed on a report include:
- Double-tapped circuit breakers
- GFCI protection
- Electrical panel repairs
- Smoke alarms
- Ungrounded outlets
- Junction box covers
- Extension cord wiring
- Illegal closet lighting
Do you need help troubleshooting an electrical issue? Contact us to schedule services with our licensed electricians.
Why You Should Replace Your Outdated Circuit Panel
Some old or outdated electrical circuit panels are latent fire hazards and should be replaced by a licensed electrician who is familiar with Plymouth codes. Give us a call to learn more about the potential fire hazards associated with certain electrical panels installed before 1980.