ELECTRICAL SERVICES & REPAIRS
Electrical Repair Services in Moncton
Looking for a licensed and insured electrical contractor to inspect and repair your electrical wiring or electrical equipment?
MacLeod’s Electric can assess and address all of the electrical concerns in your home. Our team of licensed electrical contractors are equipped with the tools, the experience, and the knowledge to fix your electrical systems in no time. Above all, we care about our client’s safety – we kindly advise that if your electrical systems need repair, you wait for the professionals!
Contact us today to get a quote for our electrical repair services so that we can help you avoid any unwanted and expensive electrical risks.
MCLEOD’S ELECTRICAL IS A
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Licensed & Insured Electrical Contractors in Moncton
If you’re having problems with your electrical wiring, outlets, appliances, or other electrical equipment, MacLeod’s is ready to help. It’s important to call at the first sign of trouble to avoid any further complications.
Our team of expert electricians are trained to troubleshoot all of your electrical problems. We will first do a thorough inspection to get to the root of the problem and can provide an affordable and reliable solution on the spot.
The team of electrical contractors at MacLeod’s are fully trained, equipped, and are kept up to date on all current code compliances. We are prepared to handle all of your electrical repair needs. At the first sign of a problem, contact MacLeod’s!
Common Electrical Problems that Need Repair
Signs That You Might Need Electrical Repair Services
No matter how simple your electrical issue might be, you should always leave electrical repairs to licensed electrical contractors. If not dealt with correctly or in a timely manner, electrical problems can cause widespread damage and can pose a threat to your safety as well. Some signs that you may be in need of an electrical repair include:
- Lights flickering
- Light switches & outlets don’t work
- Appliances spark when plugged in
- Burning smells when using electronics
- Outlets or switches are visibly damaged or broken
- Circuit breakers trip frequently
For all of these electrical problems and more, you can count on MacLeod’s for fast and high-quality electrical repair services. Contact us today to get an electrician to come inspect your electrical wiring, equipment, outlets, and more.
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Electrical Repair FAQs
Being able to recognize and understand common electrical hazards can go a long way in reducing the likelihood of costly electrical repairs. Some ways in which you can avoid the need for electrical repairs include:
- Safeguard against electrical surges
- Get regular electrical maintenance
- Keep your electrical appliances dry
- Make sure that the wattage for your lights is correct
- Unplug appliances by the plug and not the cord
- Secure electrical outlets
- Leave extensive repairs to the expert electricians
A short circuit is an excess of voltage that provides a surplus of current flow to a power source. A short circuit occurs when a low-resistance path receives a high-volume electrical current which flows through a “short” route which can result in electrical shock, appliance damage, or a fire.
The way to fix a short circuit is to replace the wire. If you have no electrical experience, it’s recommended that you consult with an electrician before trying any DIY electrical repairs.
If you’re trying to fix a blown fuse by yourself, it’s important to have the basic knowledge about your fuse box, the proper tools and equipment, and that you take the necessary safety precautions.
If you have a blown fuse, use the following steps as a guideline:
- Unplug all electrical appliances
- Turn off the power
- Find your fuse box
- Identify the broken fuse
- Replace the faulty fuse
- Test it out
If your fuse is constantly tripping, call an electrician to inspect your circuit breaker. A licensed and experienced electrician can help identify the root cause of a blown fuse and can help prevent larger and more costly electrical problems.
Some common signs that you might need electrical repair work done by a licensed electrician include:
- Abnormally high energy costs
- Flickering lights
- Power surges
- Frequently blown fuses
- Incessant buzzing noises
- Burning smells
- Shocks when unplugging things
For any and all electrical repairs, you should practice extreme caution. Whether you’re a regular everyday handy man or not, it’s best to leave electrical repairs to a licensed and certified electrician that knows what he’s doing. Some of the main reasons that engaging in a DIY electrical repair project is a bad idea include:
- Exposing yourself to shock & injuries
- The potential of fire hazards
- Your repairs will likely not be done to code
- It could lead to more expensive problems down the road
- Potential fines if you fail an electrical inspection