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Electrical Repair

How Harrison Electric Can Bring Your Electrical System up to Code

Is your electrical system up to code? Harrison Electric provides complete electrical inspections and wiring upgrades to make your home code-compliant.

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Certified Electrician vs. a Handyman: What is the Difference?

When you need electrical repairs, upgrades, or inspection, you need to hire a certified technician instead of a handyman. Harrison Electric offers electrical services in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

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Hazardous Electrical Problems You Should Avoid

To begin, wiring your own home is always a bad idea. Even if you have a little knowledge and a few tools to do the job, there’s nothing that replaces a certified, experienced electrician. Rewiring your own home can lead to code violations, cancellation of your warranty or insurance policy, and, worse, an electrocution of fire in your home. The bottom line: don’t risk any of the above.

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GFCI and AFCI: What’s the Difference?

As a homeowner, you may be unaware of what GFCI or AFCI electrical outlets are - much less what they stand for. Although both of these types of outlets perform essentially the same function - controlling the flow of current in an electrical system - they do not operate in the same manner.

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What Does it Mean to be a Master Electrician?

The title, Master Musician, instantly garners respect and trust in the electrician community. When a technician becomes a Master Electrician, it demonstrates their commitment to excellence in all aspects of their work.

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How to Prevent Circuit Breaker Panel Fires

The circuit breaker is designed to stop electrical overloads that can lead to fires in your home. If the circuit breaker panel is damaged or worn out, a fire could break out in your home. Due to the simplicity of their sign, circuit breaker problems are easy to fix.

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Are You Protected From Electrical Shock in Your Swimming Pool?

The more components you add to your pool, the more electrical wiring you will need. While electrical systems are well insulated around pools, wear and tear can cause water to creep into the wiring. When this happens, electrocution can occur.

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When is a Bargain Not a Bargain? The Hidden Cost of Cheap Electrical Service

Chances are if an electrical estimate seems to good to be true, it probably is. Your first thought may be that you’re getting a great deal; however, cheap electrical service can come with steep hidden costs. You rely on a safe supply of power to your home, but accepting a bottom-of-the-barrel bid could put your home and family in danger.

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What Appliance Should You Assign to a Dedicated Circuit?

Appliances are part of our daily lives. Are you tripping breakers as you use yours each day? If a breaker is tripping often, there could be a problem with wiring. Dedicated circuits are required by the National Electric Code (NED), who establishes the foundation for electrical safety. Harrison Electric can help you install dedicated circuits for your appliances. A residential electrician understands and can help you determine what appliance you should assign to a dedicated circuit.

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5 Reasons Your Doorbell is Not Working

Most doorbells can last years; however, the majority of electrical devices will eventually fall victim to malfunction. Whether your doorbell doesn’t ring, makes strange noises, or rings continuously, it’s usually a simple fix. That being said, you should always call a professional electrician to handle any electrical work in your home. At Harrison Electric, we stress the importance of experienced and professional electrical work, both for your safety and the functionality of your home. If you’ve noticed your doorbell isn’t working properly, below are five of the most common reasons why.

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