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Green Power Electric  is a professional certified electrical contractor . We can provide you with just about any Electrical service you can think of.

All you have to do is Call Us

Our electricians are available 24 hours a day and they will be there for you in case of an electrical emergency or even just for a maintenance job that requires immediate attention.

No waiting and no worrying, just a job done fast and professionally.

 
         
       
         
 
 

An electrical panel upgrade can be necessary for a number of reasons. Many people still live in older houses with electrical components that are woefully outdated.

These components include such iconic symbols as fuse boxes. Replacing the fuse box with a modern and safe circuit breaker panel will do much to raise the safety level in an older house.

 
         
       
         
 
 

Rewiring a home involves pulling out the old wires and installing new ones. A partial rewire may be all that's needed when some of the existing wiring is salvageable. Other times, all that's needed is to add a "ground wire" for safety. Most homes built before 1950 have cloth insulated wiring. The cloth insulation deteriorates with age and may need upgrading. In addition, such systems are ungrounded.

Over 2,000,000 homes in the U.S. built or renovated between the mid-1960s and mid-1970s have aluminum rather than copper wiring. Aluminum wiring has proved to be a fire hazard and its necessity to replace all the wires.
 
         
       
         
 
  A smoke detector is a device that detects smoke, typically as an indicator of fire. Smoke detectors are typically housed in a disk-shaped fixture and are powered by the building power with a battery backup. However, in many single family detached and smaller multiple family housings, a smoke alarm is often powered only by a single disposable battery.
 
         
       
         
  A dedicated line is simply a separate wire going back to your home's circuit breaker box. Our technicians take pride in knowing when it is necessary to add a new circuit and how to do the job in the cleanest and most efficient way.  
         
 

 

 

 
         
  Troubleshooting is means to locate the problem and then fix it. In Green Power Electric we are trained in troubleshooting procedure which enables us to provide our clients with means fast and accurate solutions to their electrical troubles.  
         
       
         
 
 

In recent years, the National Electric Code has included requirements for special outlets. These special outlets are required at :  bathrooms, kitchens, pools, garages, near spas, and in some other outdoor areas. They are called "GFIs" or "GFCIs" (Ground Fault Circuit Interrupters).

A GFI detects that the current in an appliance is no longer flowing in its proper circuit. It shuts off the current within milliseconds.

In case of a problem electrocution would be avoided = a life saved.