Home Electrical Wiring Inspection & Repairs In Minneapolis

Serving the Twin Cities Metro and Surrounding Areas

The electrical panel within your home is basically the heart of your electrical system, which means the wiring that snakes its way through your household essentially serves as the veins and arteries—carrying power from that electrical panel throughout the rooms of your home. Electrical wiring is fairly simplistic—copper wire in a protective covering, capable of withstanding a certain amount of electrical current in order to run the appliances and other electrical devices in the home.

However, when something goes wrong with your wiring, it can be catastrophic—potentially causing a fire that could lead to extensive property damage and even injury. That’s why you should rely on the professional electricians at Air Mechanical, Inc. for wiring, rewiring, and electrical wiring repair services, in addition to electrical wiring inspections. Contact our team today and let us know how we can help with your home’s electrical wiring in Minneapolis!

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What You Should Know About New Home Electrical Wiring

Running new wiring requires extensive experience in doing so. Sure, it may seem like a simplistic operation, but there’s more to it than you may realize. When installing new home electrical wiring, our professionals have to keep track of things like the proximity of elements such as your plumbing pipes and support beams. We also need to ensure that the connections are strong and secure. Otherwise, your wiring won’t work properly, and in the worst cases can cause a fire.

If you are in need of new construction electrical wiring or running new wires anywhere in your existing home as part of an expansion or room addition, you can rely on our trained staff to do the job right. We know what it takes to install effective and safe wiring.

Signs Your Home Needs Electrical Wiring or Rewiring

Regardless of how old your home is, you may notice some unusual behavior in your electrical systems from time to time. These may be early warning signs that you need home rewiring services from our trained professionals before things get worse. Here are a few of the most common problems that can be solved with whole-home rewiring:

  • Buzzing or crackling sounds from your outlets or switches
  • Lights that flicker constantly
  • Smells of smoke or ozone throughout your house
  • Circuit breakers that trip for seemingly no reason
  • Scorch marks around your electrical outlets or switches

Trust Us for Electrical Wiring Replacement

Other times, rather than new wiring you may need rewiring services. This need occurs when existing wires become damaged or worn out, which is a serious situation requiring immediate attention. Damaged wiring can create sparks and present a fire risk, or at the very minimum can interrupt the supply of electricity to your various outlets.

Our trained electricians know that if you have wiring that’s damaged or that you’re unsure of, speed is of the essence. For this reason, we provide 24 hour services. After all, emergencies don’t ever happen at a convenient time! Contact us today to learn about the difference we can make when it comes to electrical wiring services.

We can Handle Your Wiring and Rewiring Needs

When it comes to an electric service such as wiring, home wiring repair, or electrical wiring inspection, professionalism counts. This means more than just doing a decent job and making sure that everything is put together the way it should be.

It means using high quality wiring materials, which can do the job effectively for years to come. Cheap home wiring services may save you money upfront, but you’ll find yourself running into trouble far sooner than you otherwise would have, which will leave you requiring electrical rewiring before you normally would have too.

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