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.
The Minnesota summers can be agonizing. A rise in temperatures brings a rise in the cost of energy. One way you can stay cool this summer and save money is to invest in your ceiling fans. When your ceiling fans are not maintained or properly installed they don’t perform at full capacity. Our technician specialists at Harrison Electric are ready to help with your ceiling fan replacement, repair, or installation.
A good ceiling fan helps maintain the energy efficiency of your home and can help provide a more comfortable environment. It’s easy to take a ceiling fan for granted after it has been up a while, and to ignore the little noises or incessant shakes that keep growing as it runs can make things worse. If your fan isn't doing its job correctly, however, it's time to call a professional. At Harrison Electric in Plymouth, Minnesota, we have years of experience in ceiling fan replacement.
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.
Are the appliances in your home set up to operate efficiently and safely? One of the ways you can tell is if you trip a breaker when you have too many electronic devices running at the same time. This could be a sign that you need an electrical upgrade to one or more dedicated circuits in your home. Harrison Electric Offers dedicated circuit installation if you need a circuit breaker fixed or replaced. Let’s take a closer look at dedicated circuits and how they can benefit your home.
The weather in Minnesota is cold enough to damage your lighting system. While you and your family are safe inside your home, the lights are battling high winds, ice, snow, and extreme temperatures. So if you have an exterior lighting system, then now is the time to contact an electrician from Harrison Electric. We can give your exterior lights a complete inspection and then make the necessary upgrades to make sure that it is ready for winter. Here’s what we can do for your lights.
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.
Electricity is an odd medium to work with, and you can trust experienced electricians have seen electricity do strange things at times. However, when contained to a professional coded system, electricity behaves as expected and, quite frankly, powers the nation. Outside of inventions and creative uses of electric power, there is a standardized, safe means of using electricity according to code, and such systems do require occasional maintenance, repairs, and upgrades in order to continue to function as a safe and useful aspect of your home.
Older homes often come with a certain charm that makes one feel as if they are taken back in time to a simpler life. Many people dream to live in an older home, but they often don’t think of the work that may have to go into acquiring one. Many older homes may need upgrades to meet today's building codes and may need to be updated to meet today's standards of lifestyle and electric compatibility with modern electronic devices. Check out a few of the items you may need to think about before purchasing an older home!
The first thing you need to know about electrical code compliance for your home is that you should never work on your house’s electrical system. Government agencies ranging from your local authorities all the way to state officials urge homeowners to hire professional to do the work. State licensed and state-certified electricians should perform all installations, repairs or system replacements for all components on the property.