See Us for Help Upgrading Your Electrical Capacity
Having plenty of power is important to your electrical home safety. The standard for power used to be 60 amps, but our current homes may need as much as 400 amps to run today’s many appliances and high-tech, high-definition entertainment and communication devices. In addition to handling these increased electrical loads, you’ll probably need to upgrade your wiring, too. Remember that electrical upgrades are necessary to maintain the value of your home—particularly important when you’re ready to sell.
Robert Gibb & Sons offers a wide selection of electrical and wiring upgrade services for homeowners. We can handle the due diligence and make sure everything is installed to code. See our registered apprentices, journeyman, or master electricians for safe electrical upgrades—whether for new construction, remodeling projects, or upgrades of the electrical outlets in an older home.
See us for these electrical upgrades:
- Electrical code compliance or updates
- Additional circuit capacity
- Electrical upgrades for additions
- Rewiring for new and existing homes
- Electrical panel or wiring upgrades
- Upgrading of outlets
- Upgrades for cable, data, and phone
- Wiring upgrades for appliance installation
- Add GFCI (ground fault circuit interrupters) outlets to kitchens, bathrooms, and laundry rooms
- Upgrades for greater electrical appliance loads
- Built-in or plug-in power-surge protection
- Whole-home generators
- Safety devices like outlet caps, switch guards, and wire shields for children’s playrooms
Let Us Be Responsible for Your Family’s Safety
With years of experience, our electricians are highly skilled and have what it takes to provide you with safe and correct electrical upgrades. They have seen it all and have worked on practically every electrical system or project there is. That makes us extra qualified to perform your electrical upgrades. Let our master electrician take responsibility for your electrical home safety—he’ll bring your home up to today’s code standards.