If your doorbell has stopped working, Harrison Electric can fix it. We offer electrical repair, installation, and replacement in the Twin Cities metro area.
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.
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.
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 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 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.
Kidde has recently recalled fire extinguishers with plastic handles due to their failure to discharge when used. The failure has already led to one death. The fire extinguishers can become clogged or require excessive force to discharge and can fail to activate during a fire emergency. In addition, the nozzle can detach with enough force to pose an impact hazard.
If your house is more than 30 years old, you may have some faulty components in it. Old wiring parts are a safety hazard that can lead to a fire. Harrison Electric can inspect your home to din any areas where there may be a threat of fire. We can also look at any of your fixture or appliances to make sure they're wired properly. Below are key components we look at.
The average U.S. household spends about $2,160 per year on energy costs. Much of that energy you utilize is from larger appliances and electronics. If you’re looking to save power in 2018, then you need to know how much electricity the devices and machines in your home are using each day. Below is a summary some of the top appliances that use energy and how much they use. If you would like to know more about how to save energy in your home, contact Harrison Electric.
Wintertime in Minnesota is the worst time to be without electricity. If you don’t have a generator and you are not prepared for the loss of power, you and your family could be in a bit of trouble. Fortunately, Harrison Electric offers 24/7 emergency residential electrical repair for homes and properties in the Minneapolis and St. Paul, Minnesota areas. While the weather conditions are not always favorable for electrical replacement, there are some things you can do until we arrive. Here are some tips on handling an electrical emergency:
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