Electrical Repair Preparation 101 for Kenmore Homeowners

Electrical Repair Preparation kenmoreElectrical repair preparation is simple as long as you’re planning to have a professional electrician do the work; if not, it can be very complicated!  If you’re like me, you’re always looking for ways to do things yourself and save money, but this shouldn’t be one of them. Mistakes can lead to costly repairs and even fires. Once you’ve scheduled your appointment for repairs, here are our tips on how to get ready.

Electrical Repair Preparation 101

Clean the area where the electrician will be working; his or her job will be easier to complete and thereby quicker, making the cost less. Make sure the space around your breaker box is clear of any belongings.

Don’t Forget Your Furry Friends

Keep pets safely tucked away while electrical repairs are underway. You’ll be protecting your animals and maybe your electrician!

Bundle Up!

Take a good look around before you make your appointment.  Do you need outlets added anywhere? When possible, bundle your electrical repairs together. You’ll get a break on fees by using this tactic.

Need Professional Assistance with Electrical Repairs in Your Kenmore Home?

When you need electrical repairs or assistance, whatever the problem, Neighborhood Electric Services can help. We offer a wide variety of services, including electrical repairs, inspections, and upgrades. Visit our website for more information and to get a free electrical panel current heat inspection. Schedule an appointment today by contacting us. Save the DIY repairs for non-electrical work!

Electrical Repair Preparation for Kenmore Homeowners

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Posted on September 30, 2022 | Published by Ignite Local | Related Local Business