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.
Great electricians, they know exactly what they are doing and are very honest. Super nice people. Would definitely recommend.
Super helpful and timely for the electrical work I needed done.
I would highly recommend Ryan and Edison electric. From start to finish they were professional, courteous, and extremely thorough. There were no surprises and they clearly explain every step of the process. Ryan worked diligently and efficiently to address my needs and I would gladly refer his services to anyone who needs the help!
Ryan and his partner were thorough, friendly and careful to keep distance with masks. They also made sure to clean up. The quote was better than the other company that came out for the same job.
Ryan was friendly and very informative about the work at hand and issues discovered. Work was completed effectively and in a very timely manner. Will continue to use Edison for my electrical needs. Thanks again.
Ryan and his assistant were efficient and effective, and cleaned up after themselves. I appreciated the safety protocols for COVID. Very professional while still being personable.
Although lead time was quite a while for a smallish job, the communication and professionalism was well worth it. I'd rather schedule in advance for someone that shows up when they promise than wait around for someone that is late or never shows. They provided clear options during the job itself and were quick. clean, professional,and friendly. I'll definitely hire them again.
This is my first time using Edison Electric and I am very satisfied. We had an outage in our dining and kitchen and I called Edison at 7:00 am to see if someone can come out the same day. I spoke to John and he said he'll see if one of their electricians can come out the same day but if not, he'll book me for the next day. John said he'll call me back at 12pm (noon) to confirm. He was able to call me back around 10am to confirm that Ryan will come out between 10am-2pm; Ryan would call me 30 mins ahead of time before arriving. Ryan called me around 12:15pm to let me know he was on his way and will arrive around 12:45pm. He arrived right on time with Jake and greeted me with a friendly tone and asked what was wrong with the outlets and circuit. I explained the situation and both Ryan and Jake assessed the situation and checked on all the outlets in our dining room and kitchen. After assessing, he gave me an initial cost of what they will do for the day - which is to provide new outlet covers, tighten up loose wires, and rewired the outlets correctly since a couple were on backwards. After I agreed, they both started working on the outlets right away and took probably about 30-35 mins. They both worked fast and quick. After they were done, they also used the vacuum to clean up around the area, which is much appreciated. Ryan was really helpful in walking me through every step of the process and asked for confirmation/agreement before starting anything. They both were really respectful. I also appreciated them taking off their shoes at the front door (even though I didn't ask them to). I am really pleased with the way Ryan and Jake handled everything from start to finish!
Tom was great, and they cleaned up. Pricing is on the very high side, but they were helpful in preparing me to do some electric work myself and connected me with suppliers. Recommend these guys if you can afford it.
Did exactly what I wanted faster than I could drink my coffee. Will use this service again.
Great service and transparent pricing. We needed some electrical updates and got a good explanation of what was necessary.
Install toggle switches at existing dimmer locations to see if flickering light issue persists
Install safety device at kitchen counter above stove, try and diagnose open ground situation. Resplice switch for back door ring switch and test functionality of light (may require further diagnostic but this is a good place to start). Install new wiring, box, switch and customers light fixture at garage.
Install a new outlet in the kids bedroom to serve the night stand. Install 4 new can lights in the main floor den. The can lights to be controlled by 2- three way switches. There currently is no junction box at the outdoor front light and the existing fixture does not have a code required ground wire. This estimate includes the installation of a electrical junction box and an Edison electric supplied flood light with motion capabilities.
Go through circuit to locate reason for partial circuit outage. If issue is located and easily repaired, this estimate will include the needed repairs. If rewiring is required to fix the issue, additional estimates will be provided. Replace existing coach light with new customer supplied light Replace burnt up closet light With a EDISON ELECTRIC supplied LED closet pull light
Install new wiring for wall sconces install fixture Install new wiring to code for ceiling light fixture.
Outlet behind tv upper not working fix or cap Main bath gfci replacement. Can Lighting in basement up to current code? Basement bath gfci replacement. PLUS LAUNDRY OUTLET REPLACEMENT
If the existing circuit for the upstairs bathroom lights enters the bathroom and doesnâ€™t continue, we will disconnect and remove all the old cloth wiring from its source before it enters the bathroom lights. Wire new wiring from the load side of the bathroom GFCI outlet to the light switch and 2 vanity wall sconces. Electrical code requires the use of light fixtures that are rated for wet locations in this application due to the close proximity of them to the shower. We will get the new wiring prepared for the installation of new customer supplied light fixtures, and install a keyless fixture on the left light location for temporary lighting and a blank cover over the right light location. Troubleshoot where the wiring to other rooms is connected to the switch of the dining room light. Make needed repairs and reinstall light and switch. If there is no lighting electrical box, we can not reinstall the light just to building material and would need to install a lighting box at an addi
Clear the short circuit in the garage switch box and replace the stacker switch. Downsize the circuit breaker. Resplice the junction box in the basement for the garage circuit.
Troubleshooting time to investigate the extent of mouse damage to electrical wiring. After testing a new wire from the dining room outlet to the kitchen countertop outlet on an arc fault breaker, we have found this is the wire that needs to be replaced. We could either run the new wire outside in a surface mounted conduit or create drywall access in the basement to route the new wiring.
For basement work bench light place junction box outside of the light fixture and extend wiring into light fixture. Install a junction box on both ends of the 2 spare 12 gauge romex home runs.
Go through all 6 outlets on the circuit that is tripping and redo all connections while searching for the cause of the circuit breaker tripping. Replace the kitchen countertop GFCI outlet with new. Replace existing circuit breaker with new. Replace existing laundry outlet with a GFCI/AFCI protected safety outlet as this is a code required safety outlet location.
Install new vanity light electrical box. Install a dimmer switch for front entry chandelier. Replace both outdoor outlets on the back of the home with new GFCI protected outlets and install bubble covers over the outlets. Replace 2 existing outlets on main level with new AFCI/GFCI protected outlets. Replace 2 existing basement outlets with AFCI/GFCI protected outlets. By code, the laundry circuit needs to be dedicated to laundry equipment only. The outdoor outlet feed should not be on the laundry outlet. Set the outdoor outlet feed into a junction box and extend the feed into an existing ceiling outlet box. Replace the existing laundry outlet with a GFCI/AFCI protected outlet. Run a 60 amp feed from existing electrical panel to the laundry room to feed a 20 space electrical sub panel. Relocate 1 circuit from main panel into sub panel to create the breaker space for sub panel in main panel. There may be a 4â€ hole created in ceiling of basement to allow wires to be fished across fini