Philadelphia Electrical Services FAQ
EP Electric LLC has highlighted our top 10 electrical services FAQ we experience on a daily basis. Below are basic answers to your residential electrical service FAQ, although some could pertain to a commercial business as well. We’re available to answer these, or any others not listed below, in more detail if you give our Philadelphia office a call at 215-433-5004 or 610-653-1516.
Top 10 Electrical Services FAQ
Yes. EP Electric LLC and all of our electricians are fully licensed, insured and bonded to work in Philadelphia. Furthermore, we are constantly growing and expanding within the electrical industry and continuously stay on top of the latest techniques and developments in order to provide the best & more efficient service.
Our client’s safety is our top priority, which is why we offer 24/7 emergency electrical repair service in the Philadelphia area. During an emergency call, one of our professional electricians will come to your home or office to evaluate and diagnose the problem and offer an on-the-spot repair. It is recommended to schedule a follow up appointment so we can come back and do a full evaluation to ensure your electric is safe.
If the same breaker continues to tip, call EP Electric LLC for an electrical inspection. It may be as simple as having too many appliances plugged into the same circuit. Or, it could be a more serious electrical issue that needs a professional diagnosis and plan of action.
Yes. This means your breaker is overheating and needs to be replaced immediately.
There are several ways to lower the energy bill in your home or office building, all requiring you to change your day-to-day habits. Some small changes that could impact your bill include: switch to energy-efficient light bulbs, turn off/unplug appliances not in use, program your thermostat to lower when not home, replace appliances 15+ years old, install timers on outdoor lighting and more.
Damaged outlets are a hazard to your home or office and should be replaced or repaired immediately. A few signs to tell if your outlets are damaged include buzzing sound when appliances plugged in, sparking, burn marks or wires are loose inside the outlet. Outlets displaying these types of damages are a fire hazard. Call EP Electric LLP immediately to schedule a replacement service.
Anytime you suspect something is wrong with your electrical wiring, call EP Electric LLC for an inspection. You can never be too careful when it comes to your home or office’s electric.
A full home or building inspection by a professional electrician should be done every 5 years. This will ensure your panel and wiring can support the electric load running to them, or if you’ll need a panel upgrade. We’ll also check for wire damages, blown fuses and more.
We offer a variety of outdoor lighting products including decorative colonial, cobra head, directional floodlights, and security lights for homes, businesses and commercial properties throughout the entire Philadelphia metro area. We can customize any outdoor lighting plan to fit any need or concern you have. Please contact us today for a free estimate.
A tripped breaker is a fairly common electrical issue and one that can easily be fixed on your own. First, find your circuit breaker panel and locate the tripped breaker. The tripped one will be switched to “off” and not aligned with the other breakers. Carefully reset the breaker back to “on” – if you hear a clicking noise then it is in its proper position.
If the electric does not come back on or if you have continued problems with the breaker tripping, call us today for an electric panel diagnostic appointment.
A flickering light bulb may be something as simple as the light bulb going bad or it could be the first sign of an electrical problem. If you’ve replaced the bulb a few times, but still seeming the same problem, call EP Electric LLC today for an inspection.
In a word: No. Unless you are a licensed electrician you should never attempt your own repairs no matter how many DIY videos you watch. Electricity is extremely dangerous. Attempting repairs on your own can lead to serious injury and further costly damage you’ll have to pay our professionals to come in and fix.
Common Electrician Questions
If you don’t see the answer to your electrical problem listed on this page, please feel free to contact EP Electric LLC by phone 215-433-5004 or 610-653-1516 or email. We’re happy to discuss any issue you may be facing in more detail and help in any way we can. It is always better to lean on the side of caution when it comes to your office or home electric wiring. Our electricians proudly service Philadelphia, Bucks County, Delaware County, Chester County & Montgomery County, PA for your convenience.