Harrison Electric provides electrical repair and electrical installation to keep your home safe in Plymouth, Minnesota.
Should you rely on your local handyman or a certified electrician for electrical installation, repair, or replacement? Comparing price quotes may lead you to believe that a handyman is the best deal. Research on the subject, however, will show you that a certified electrician is best suited for the job. Certified electricians will be up-to-date on current safety standards and the newest products. This knowledge will save you money and time in the long run. Get in touch with Harrison Electric if you are looking for a residential electrician near Plymouth, Minnesota. Our professionals will keep you safe from unnecessary risks.
You’ve probably noticed the tiny blue spark that occurs whenever you plug or unplug a gadget from an electrical outlet. In most cases the sparks are harmless. If the sparks increase in size or severity, however, it may be time for you to call Harrison Electric. A certified electrician can inspect your wall outlets or appliances to determine what the problem is. Below are some of the reasons why you see blue sparks and how hazardous they may or may not be.
If you’re thinking about upgrading your old ceiling fans or adding ceiling fans to your new home, there are some fan options you should consider. Not all ceiling fans are made the same, as some have additional features. Once you’ve picked out your ceiling fan, Harrison Electric can install it for you. We can install the fans according to building codes and manufacturer specifications. Contact us today to schedule an installation. Below are four ceiling fan features you should consider.
For most parents, childproofing an electrical system includes purchasing a few plastic covers and plugging them into electrical outlets. Some curious children, however, have learned how to break that code and pull the covers off. Thankfully, there are safer options out there. Below, we explore three main types of outlet covers that are available for your home and how we can keep your child safe during their earliest years.
Are you tired of your electrical outlets shorting out? Then it’s time for you to get some upgrades. Harrison Electric offers five solutions for updating the electrical outlets in your home. Let’s take a closer look at each upgrade and how it benefits your entire electrical system.
Winter in Minnesota can wreak havoc on your electrical systems. But you can prepare your wiring and other components by hiring a Harrison Electric technician to come out and perform a complete inspection on your home as well as make the necessary upgrades. Below is shortlist of repairs and upgrades that we can make to ensure your home is weather-proof.
Most homeowners in Minnesota rarely think about residential city and state building codes. They’re usually faced with this reality, however, when trying to sell a home or when a disaster such as a fire occurs. Harrison Electric is a certified and Minnesota-licensed electrical contractor that has the training and knowledge to help you bring your home up to code and keep you from incurring stiff fines or, worse, suffering from a fire or other disaster. Below is a summary of how we can help you ensure that your home is code-compliant.
Some types of electrical wiring should no longer be used. There are several reasons for this, but it mainly comes down to two: efficiency and safety. If the wiring in the home is no longer efficient, then you may see an increase in your energy bill each month. If the wiring is no longer safe, then you could be looking a fire that will bring your building to the ground. The question, then, is what type of wiring are no longer safe for your home? To answer the question, let’s find out more below.
Since the electrical wiring in your home is (or should be) hidden behind drywall and insulation, it’s not always easy to tell if there is a weak component in the system that could cause a fire. So if you can’t see the problems, then how do you know they are there? Below are five ways you can tell if there is an electrical problem, and what you should do about it.