Appliance Circuits – Licensed MN Electricians
Are you upgrading or installing new appliances in your home? Let us help by installing reliable and safe electrical circuits for your new appliances.
Most appliance manufacturers require a dedicated circuit to provide power to a new appliance. Electrical requirements for new appliances are usually spelled out in the manufacturer’s installation instructions and should be followed closely to ensure a safe installation. Ignoring the manufacturer’s requirements can void the manufacturer’s warranty for the appliance.
Circuits and Outlets for Clothes Dryers, Water Heaters and Ranges
Many home owners are converting their gas ranges, dryers and water heaters to electric units because they are much safer and easier to maintain. We provide 120 volt and 240 volt circuit installation for all household appliances and gas to electric conversions.
Here are some common requests:
- Electric range circuits and outlets
- Electric dryer circuits and outlets
- Electric water heater circuits
- Central air conditioning
- Microwave circuits
- Kitchen circuits
- Sump pump circuits
- Dishwasher and garbage disposal circuits
- Freezer circuits
- Space heaters
Blowing Fuses and Tripping Circuit Breakers
If you are experiencing problems with blowing fuses and tripping circuit breakers while using multiple appliances at the same time, give us a call and we will evaluate your electrical situation. Installing a dedicated circuit may not be as hard as you think! Our expert electricians are trained in solving residential electrical problems just like yours and will install your dedicated circuits safely and efficiently!