3440 Kilmer Lane North
Plymouth, MN 55441

Contact Us

Fill out my online form.

Posts Tagged ' Electrical Repair'

We are pleased to present below all posts tagged with ' Electrical Repair'. If you still can't find what you are looking for, try using the search box.

What Appliance Should You Assign to a Dedicated Circuit?

It is important to have the right-sized dedicated circuit for major appliances. Harrison Electric installs dedicated circuits for major appliances in Minneapolis. 

5 Reasons Your Doorbell is Not Working

If your doorbell has stopped working, Harrison Electric can fix it. We offer electrical repair, installation, and replacement in the Twin Cities metro area.

How an Electrical Backup System Benefits Your Home

During a natural disaster or other power outage situation, there is no substitute for having a power back-up. Having connections to power allows you keep up with your responsibilities and to keep your home functioning normally. You will save a lot of money, time, and energy by having an electrical backup system professionally installed. At Harrison Electric in Plymouth, Minnesota we install smart generator power backup systems. Here are some of the ways a backup electrical system is essential:

5 Things to Consider When Wiring Your New Home

Wiring your new home has always been a daunting task, but new technology has made it even more of a challenge. At the rate at which old technology now becomes obsolete, it is important to keep the future of electrical technology in mind. At Harrison Electric, we have certified electrical contractors that serve clients in the Plymouth area of Minnesota. We can help you choose the right wiring and electrical components for your home. Below are five things you should consider.

What is Causing the Surge in Your Electrical System?

Electronic devices are very sensitive to power surges. Harrison Electric offers guaranteed power surge protection. We will determine the source of the surge. We will install an appropriate surge protection system, or we will correct the source of the power surge.

The Dangers of Aluminum Wiring in Your Home

In the mid to late 1900s, aluminum replaced copper wire due to pricing. Unfortunately, one of the most common safety hazards found in older homes is aluminum wiring. If you have faulty wiring, a residential contractor will know what options work best in your case. Contact Harrison Electric for an experienced electrician in Twin Cities, Minnesota. We will provide the best electrical wiring solution for your home or business needs.

The Little Blue Electrical Outlet Spark: Is it Dangerous?

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.

Necessary Upgrades for Houses Built Before 1988

As your home gets older, it the electrical wiring becomes more of a safety hazard. Granted, this deterioration happens over time, since electrical systems are built to last. If your home is over 30 years old, we recommend contacting Harrisons Electric for a complete inspection of the entire system to determine if there need to be any repairs or a total system replacement. Below are some of the necessary upgrades we may have to make.

How do You Know When to Upgrade Your Outlets?

The electrical outlet is the contact point between your device or appliance and the wiring throughout the home. If the connection is secure, you’ll get plenty of electricity to power your equipment. If it’s weak, you may suffer from electric shock, an electrical fire, or a power surge. In any case, we need to inspect the outlets in your home every one to two years to make sure they are in condition and working correctly. Upon inspection, we may need to upgrade the receptacles to newer, safer models. Here are three things we assess:

Are Your Outlets Childproof?

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.

Pages: Previous1234NextReturn Top
Contact us Today for An Electrical Service Quote!
Google+ >> >>>