Electricity is a vital part of the operation and comfort of any home. When you’re suddenly left in the dark, you want reliable electrical service technicians that will get you quickly and reliably back up on your feet.
Advanced Air Home Services offers certified and friendly electrical service technicians to handle all your home’s electrical needs. Our 20 years of experience in the HVAC industry will ensure the best possible service, no matter the size of your project. Do you need a new outlet, new wiring, or work on your electrical box? Our team is available 7 days a week and will be sure to provide stellar customer service that you can rely on.
Advanced Air Home Services is proud to serve Edgewater, New Smyrna Beach, Port Orange, Daytona and Daytona Beach, Daytona Beach Shores, Holly Hill, Ormond and Ormond Beach, Ponce Inlet, Flagler Beach, Palm Coast, Bunnell, Osteen, DeLand and Deltona, Saint Augustine, Deleon Springs, Crescent City, Oviedo, Lake Helen, and Titusville. Feel free to give us a call to see if you’re in our area of service!
Some examples of the types of electrical services we provide include:
- Electrical Inspection
- Electrical Maintenance Services
- Emergency Generators & Surge protection
- Lighting and cabling & Lightning protection
- Installation of electrical switches, outlets, and fixtures
- Electrical Repair Services
Electrical Services: Frequently Asked Questions
What should I do before I call you?
Check your breaker. More often than not, the problem may simply be a tripped breaker. Sometimes breakers go bad and need to be replaced. Please call us at (386) 478-7302 if you need additional information on how to check your breakers accurately and safely.
Also, be sure to check your outlets and switches by plugging an appliance into multiple outlets. Both outlets and switches tend to burn out relatively quickly and may not be part of a larger problem.
What is my best solution for emergency power?
We recommend installing a backup power generator. The best generator choices are natural gas, diesel or gasoline, as they can support all or part of your home during an outage. Please call us at (386) 478-7302 for more information on the best backup power solution for your home.
How can I cut my energy costs at home?
- Households that replace existing equipment with ENERGY STAR qualified products can cut their annual energy bills by 30% (a savings of around $400). If every home in the U.S. replaced just one incandescent light bulb with an ENERGY STAR qualified compact fluorescent light bulb, in just one year enough energy would be saved to light more than 3 million homes and prevent greenhouse gas emissions equivalent to those of more than 800,000 cars.
- Keep your freezer full. The less room that cold air has to relocate every time you open your freezer, the more energy you save. It is estimated that opening and closing freezers amount to 7% of its total energy usage.
- Be sure to cut out “phantom energy” or appliances that may be using energy even when turned off.
- Line dry your laundry. Dryers are known to consume anywhere between 1,800 to 5,000 watts of electricity per load. This could lead to over $30 in savings throughout the year.
How can I save energy in my office?
One of the easiest and most common ways you can cut power cost at the office is by switching to more efficient fluorescent bulbs.
What should I do if my lights start flickering?
First, replace your bulb to see if that may be the issue. If not, your flickering lights may be a sign of a more serious, potentially dangerous electrical problem and you will want to contact a professional.
What types of electrical outlets are on the market and which one should I install?
There are three main grades of electrical outlet out on the market. Homeowner grade, which tend to wear out in 5 to 10 years, are commonly installed in builder-grade homes. Commercial grade is more expensive but will last up to 100 years in your home. Hospital grade cost much more than the previous two, and as the name implies, is most commonly used in medical facilities.
What’s the difference between a breaker and a fuse?
Both devices are used to prevent electrical overload to your circuits, but a breaker is designed to be reset, and a fuse must be replaced.
My breaker panel is hot to the touch. What should I do?
This may indicate overheating and can cause serious issues to the breaker. Replace it immediately.
When should I get my electrical system inspected?
Some tell-tale signs that your electrical system needs inspection and maintenance are dimming lights, frequent fuse and circuit tripping, and your home being generally underpowered.
Will you have to shut power off during service?
Yes. We will restore your power as soon as the job is done, usually by the end of day.
How often should I rewire my house?
While many people believe a home should be rewired every 25 years, you may also want to inspect and replace your wiring if a specific problem pops up.
Contact Us Today
With same priced service 7 days a week and the best customer service around, you can count on Advanced Air Home Services to get to your home quickly and get the job done right, 100% satisfaction guaranteed. No matter your needs, our skilled technicians will find the source of your electrical problems and get your family comfortable again.
Rely on electricians you can trust. Contact our electrical service team here or call to schedule an appointment or obtain a quote!