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.
Had a very smooth experience. Ryan was timely, helpful and informative. Great communication before, during and after the appointment. Thanks!
Ryan came over in a snowstorm and installed an outlet outside as well as fixed an outlet inside. He was clear and concise with what he was doing.
Ryan is excellent! He does great work and he is thorough.
The technician, Ryan arrived at the beginning of my time window. I was having a new outlet installed. He checked the wires and my box before giving me an estimate. Didn't take him very long to complete the job and he cleaned the area completely. The only negative was appointments were 2 months out.
Great communication, thorough, friendly, thoughtful
Friendly and thorough service from Ryan and Jake! They did everything I requested, and then some. Ryan pointed out a few other changes I could make, but I didn’t feel pressured to do these (though I did opt for one or two add ons). I spent more than I was planning to but am happy with the end result. It took a long time to get the appt which is my selection for convenience, but at least I know it is a popular company. Thanks!
I had Edison Electric come out twice, once when Electric went out in my garage and again to replace an old overloaded electrical box. I had seen many positive reviews and I’m extremely satisfied with the work that was done as well as the service provided by their team. They were respectful of my home and honest and up front about cost and options, much appreciated. They were extremely helpful and resolved all electrical issues. I highly recommend Edison Electric, truly wonderful service!! Thank you!
All work was done to a "T" by Ryan and Jake. Everything was explained before they started, during the work, and reviewed with me afterward,
I had two ceiling fans that are inoperable. Neither one was worth fixing, partly due to electrical issues I have - old style wiring/old house. But for less than $200 (includes trip charge) I was able to get all the information I needed to move forward, and move forward safely - to code - to avoid a fire hazard. The technicians were polite and answered all my many questions. Very satisfied!
Ryan and Jake were both great to work with. They were both very polite, clean and transparent throughout the process. They presented me with several options and explained them clearly to me so i could make the decision that worked best for me. Would absolutely recommend Ryan, Jake, and Edison!
Circuit trace for microwave / range wiring. Resplice box above microwave, expose box for access and install box extender, outlet and face plate. Install dfci breaker on old deteriorating wiring.
Install 30 amp 240 volt circuit for future Sauna. Hardwired estimate in a seperate estimate (hardwired connection not included on this invoice, invoice has been adjusted). Sauna must be UL Listed for safety. Relocate Service wires to the edge of the house. *** Must have Power Company Approval (Jen said she does have approval) Permit included. Safety items Completed. - Overloaded / Unprotected neutral wire for laundry. - 120V laundry recepts should be GFCI/AFCI protected - Whole House Surge Protection Other future safety items to consider - ELIMINATE THE DEPENDENCE ON EXTENSION CORDS ** ask Ryan for more details
Unable to re-create the garbage disposal problem. We checked out the outlet under the sink and it looks fine; it is split wired with circuit 26 (dishwasher). Disposal is circuit 28, the tabs are broken properly on the outlet. Recommended swapping the breaker as a first step to troubleshooting, although there could be a latent fault in the disposal itself. Look into disposal switch wiring and replace circuit breaker for disposal. Insrall outdoor receptacle outlet on the rear of the house. Re-test disposal advise on further steps.
After some investigation I have determined that there is one 20 amp circuit controlling most power outlets in the kitchen (south wall, north wall, gas range, and fridge. Customer also has countertop microwave plugged into his circuit. Recommend installing at least two new circuits. Job description: Install one 20 amp circuit to serve plugmold outlets on north wall under cabinets. Install one 15 amp circuit to serve dishwasher. Wiring to be run on west exterior wall of home in 1/2â€ emt conduit. Install junction box under the sink and fish wires into necessary locations.
Front door porch Light- The old fixture is a Feit brand and went bad. (5" can). Laundry light - replace with Halo disk light Garage thermostat - we replaced the (2) AAA batteries in the thermostat and the Hot Dawg heater is working
Grounding electrode system Electric car Sump pump Radon fan (Fridge/Modem) Outdoor outlet Needed because existing electric panel is out of room for new circuits needed for added wiring for diswasher. Move an Extra two circuits to clear room for future car charging circuit in the main panel. ALSO Downsize air conditioner circuit to 25a as per manufacturers. Run a continuous wire from panel to noth sides of water meter. Drive two ground rods.
2" steel rigid conduit mast 200 amp meter socket with lever bypass 200 amp Seimens panel Grounding electrode system to code Electrical permit
The old dishwasher was hardwired. We need to install one dfci device at existing location and install power cord on dishwasher. Gas range is currently plugged into countertop outlet which requires an extension cord (cords should be used for temporary connections). Recommendation is to fish wire from existing microwave outlet which would require us to afci protect the circuit because we would be altering the circuit by adding the outlet (if afci breaker trips the troubleshoot is not included). The old dishwasher was hardwired. We need to install one dfci device at existing location and install power cord on dishwasher. Gas range is currently plugged into countertop outlet which requires an extension cord (cords should be used for temporary connections). Recommendation is to fish wire from existing microwave outlet which would require us to afci protect the circuit because we would be altering the circuit by adding the outlet (if afci breaker trips the troubleshoot is not included).
Repair burned up outlet box, replace wire from disconnect to the outlet. Install box extender, clean up main disconnect. Put in a junction box in the attic.
Remove all existing components (outlet wiring, a/c wiring, and a/c disconnect). Install new components and wiring from basement feed with proper exterior fittings and covers. *may require some siding repair when finished*
Main Electrical Panel: Install Ground Bar and eliminate double tapping. Tune up the connections in the electrical panel and downsize the curcuit breaker for the air conditioner to meet manufacturers specifications. Laundry room: Install GFCI/AFCI protection for laundry receptacles to meet code. Install receptacle for water softener. Remove old wiring for the old range and water heater, they are now gas. Remove old unused dryer outlet. Receptacle check up: Diagnose open ground and or install GFCI protection on open ground in the dining room. Whole House Surge Protection: Install an Ultra
Install new wiring and location for smoke / co2 detector (customer provided device). Install new wiring to existing stairwell switch and install caseta / pico for three way switching. Install dedicated circuit to serve basement lighting (2 laundry area cans, 3 bathroom cans, 1 stairwell can). Install dedicated circuit to serve future sauna. Install dedicated circuit to serve laundry. *We will pull a permit for our work only* customer is responsible for having his own work inspected. Demo old wiring in basement. Install a new 120 volt, 15 amp circuit to serve living room outlets (5). Hallway outlet (1). Bedroom outlets (2). Dining room switch and light. Remove existing wiring & box. Install wiring from living room outlet to sump location, convert box to quad opening.