Edison Electric is your “A+” rated, trusted electrician for all of your residential electrical needs.We specialize in providing on-time, expert residential electrical service.
We have been proud members of the Better Business Bureau since 2009 and have maintained an “A+” rating with zero complaints.
Our electricians are polite, thorough professionals who clean up after themselves and take pride in their workmanship. We receive many comments from our customers about the boot covers our electricians wear to protect your floors from abrasion. We wear these on every visit because we care about your home as if it were our own.
Courteous, professional, and efficient service. Thank you for the help today!
My overall experience with Edison Electric and Ryan was awesome! Ryan and Jake arrived promptly and did amazing work to hang 3 chandeliers and a large flush mount light. Their work is flawless, they finished in a timely manner and were personable as well. They even ran to get special lightbulbs for the fixtures!! Above and beyond! I will always use Edison Electric and would HIGHLY recommend Ryan for any of your electrical projects.
This is is the 3rd project I’ve done with Edison and wouldn’t use any other company. Their pricing is fair, they are very knowledgeable and always meet their time deadlines.
Friendly and professional. Did what they said they would do and knocked it out of the park.
These folks were amazing from scheduling to installation to final product. Would not work with any other electricians now!
Great work. Great price. Loved working with Ryan. Explained everything that was being done. Will be using Edison again.
Great team! I was on their “Opportunity List”, so was able to get my project completed 2 months earlier than expected. Ryan and Brandon were helpful and friendly, and installed two outlets (one standard, one specialized) this morning. Nice people who know what they are doing makes for outstanding service!
Quick service and explained everything that needed to be done.
will come back and use these fellows again.
Excellent service at a reasonable price! Ryan was very nice to work with. I will use Edison electric for all my future electrical work !
Knowledgeable, shows care in work and doing the job right. Professional, efficient and sincere.
Install gfciâ€˜s at kitchen counter (1 by fridge). Move customers usb outlet to new location. Install smoke detectors in bedrooms (3) install smoke / co2 detectors on each floor (3). Install whole house surge protector at panel
Extend existing wiring and Install wiring to two 4" recessed led lights, install stacker switch for back porch and outside lights. Install wiring for counter top outlet on outside wall and refeed power to other outlet on the same wall. Install appliance cords on all three appliances (garbage disposal, dishwasher and range)
Remove and haul away 4 existing light fixtures. Install 4 new customer provided lights.
Relocate utility power lines to new service mast installed through the roof. This is required so the utility wires are at least 3 feet above the garage roof to meet electrical code. Install new electrical meter with main disconnect built in to meet electrical code. Install new 200 amp 40 space panel in basement. Electrical panel includes whole home surge protection and lifetime warranty on panel. Bring grounding and bonding up to electrical code. Install a 100 amp 30 space sub panel in the attic to refeed the homes electrical circuits. Permit and inspection included.
Trace out existing wiring for kitchen and deck outlet. Move kitchen outlet to adjacent wall. Disconnect deck outlet from source. Fish wire from kitchen switch box into exterior deck outlet by grill.
Disconnect existing garage electrical feed. Run a new 60 amp 240 volt circuit from house to sub panel in garage. Dig down the customer provided pvc conduit to a code required 18â€ below grade. Refeed existing lights and outlets in garage with new circuits from sub panel. Install 2 new ground rods outside of garage. Install a 240 volt 50 amp 3 wire receptacle for customers welder. Install a dedicated 120 volt fourplex outlet box at work bench. GFCI protect circuits as required by electrical code. Permit and inspection included.
Demo existing surface conduit on back wall. Demo as many of the ceiling boxes as we can. If there is any we cannot we will move them down so they can be made accessible after the rock is up. Demo and refeed knob and tube wiring feeding (2) living room outlets. Install (2) new AFCI circuits for basement and living room. Install (6) shallow recessed cans in basement. Install (6) new outlets in basement. Install (2) disc lights in stairwell. Install new wiring and 3-way switching to control lighting in stairwell. Install new wiring For (2) customer supplied baseboard heaters. Install customer supplied thermostat. Install wiring and customer supplied smoke detector. Install wiring and new switch for laundry light.
Extend existing circuit from dining room outlet up to countertop outlet.
Install new wiring and customer supplied ring door bell. We will likely need to remove the trim on the front door to get the new wiring in the wall. Reconnect the dining room outlet wiring to the panel. Install customer supplied ring security light on garage. Install siding block on garage, reroute wiring to siding block, and GFCI protect the fixture (there is not an existing equipment ground conductor). Install GFCI protection for laundry outlets. Replace defective GFCI outlet on rear of home. Replace broken seal tight going to AC unit.
Wire a new 15 amp circuit that will be spliced onto the existing circuit 17 in the panel to a new AFCI protected single pole switch at the front door. From there extend the circuit outside to a new GFCI outlet with bubble cover. then sleeve the new direct burial cable into the outlet box for connection. Install new pole fixture on top of new pole. Back fill existing trench.
Remove existing porch light and motion sensor. Existing motion sensor has exposed 120 volt wires that is a code violation. Install new customer provided porch light and attach motion sensor to fixture. Replace existing laundry outlet, 1 countertop outlet with code required safety outlets
Replace 11 existing 2 prong outlets with AFCI/GFCI protected 3 prong outlets. 10 throughout home and 1 laundry outlet. Laundry equipment outlets are required to be AFCI/GFCI protected per electrical code. Replace triple switch in kitchen with new. Replace existing halogen garage flood light with LED security motion flood light.