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Finding the Best Residential Electrician in Kingwood, TX?

Whenever you need a licensed electrician in Kingwood, contact Abacus. Our technicians and customer service teams are available 24/7, 365 days a year to ensure every customer is 100% happy with the service they receive in their home.

Having problems with your electrical system can lead to major safety hazards for both you and your family, that’s why Abacus is committed to ensuring everything is running and operating correctly.

Electrical Services offered in Kingwood, TX

  • Equipment Repair/Hook Up
  • Backup Home Generators
  • Breakers & Fuses
  • Ceiling Fans
  • Lighting Design & Repair
  • Exhaust Fans
  • Home Safety Check
  • Smoke and Carbon Monoxide Detectors
  • Fire Marshall/Code Correction
  • Outdoor & Landscape Lighting
  • Troubleshooting & Repair
  • Overhead Lighting
  • Surge Protectors
  • Light Switches
  • Grounding Systems
  • Electrical Outlets
  • Electric Panels
  • Meter Bases
  • Phone Jacks & Cable Outlets
  • Electrical Maintenance
  • Track Lighting Installation
  • GFCI (Ground-Fault Circuit Interrupter)
  • ARC-Fault Breakers
  • New Wiring for Appliances

If you don’t see the service you require, call us! Our technicians are always ready to consult with you on any electrical issue.

Need a licensed Electrician in or around Kingwood, TX?

In the state of Texas, it is required that all electricians be licensed. There are 4 different levels of licensing for electricians

  • Apprentice: An apprentice electrician is just beginning their career in the trade. Following two years of supervised training and passing the state electrical exam, an apprentice is eligible to become a wireman electrician.
  • Wireman: Wiremen electricians are qualified to work unsupervised in residential homes but are not able to work in commercial buildings.
  • Journeyman: Journeymen electricians work directly under a master electrician. These electricians are qualified to service residential homes as well as commercial buildings.
  • Master: Master electricians all have at least seven years of experience. As the most highly licensed electricians, masters are able to work on almost all jobs that deal with electricity.

GFCI (Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter)

A GFCI (Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter) is an outlet designed to avoid electrical shocks in wet areas and prevent electrical house fires. GFCIs immediately shut off an electric power circuit as soon as it detects a current flowing along an incorrect route, such as through a person or through a body of water. You should test GFCIs monthly by pressing the “test” button next to the “reset” button. The GFCI is malfunctioning if the power is not turned off. If this happens, replace it immediately. You rely on GFCIs to protect you and your family so ensure they are working properly.

Outdoor Lighting & Landscape Lighting

Outdoor landscape lighting can be a great addition to your home’s curb appeal. Not only will landscape lighting help your home look great, but it also makes it safer by discouraging potential criminals from targeting your home. Do your best to maintain your outdoor lighting. Keep fixtures clean and free of leaves to prevent anything from overheating. Replace burned out bulbs as soon as possible. Consult one of our electricians for assistance with landscape lighting and outdoor lighting installation.

Home Electrical Safety Guidelines

Electricity is one of many modern conveniences we enjoy; however, without following some safety guidelines it can become very hazardous. You can prevent many electrical fires and electrocutions by following these safety tips:

  • Never allow carpet to cover up extension cords
  • Extension cords are not a permanent solution. Only use them when necessary
  • Immediately replace damaged electrical cords
  • Never use water to put out an electrical fire. Only use a fire extinguisher
  • Utilize tamper-proof receptacles to prevent electrical shock
  • Schedule annual inspections by licensed and trained electricians
  • Unplug appliances emitting sparks

Please follow these safety guidelines in order to maximize the safety of your electrical system

Home LED Lighting

Due to their cheaper operation cost, appealing style, and increased longevity, LED lighting has become increasingly popular. LED lights gradually lose the capability of producing light and begin to change colors, but they do not burn out like traditional bulbs. Luckily, LED lights don’t start to lose their ability to produce light until after about 20 years of usage. LED lights are a “directional” source of light, which means that the bulbs direct light in a single direction, rather than in multiple directions like traditional lights. This makes LED bulbs much more energy efficient. LED bulbs also emit much less heat than traditional, incandescent bulbs. These lights will keep your home looking great and save you money!

Home Surge Suppressors

A power surge can cause a great deal of damage to your home and electronics. Having a home surge suppressor can help to avoid that damage. Home surge suppressors will only allow the electricity your home requires to flow through your home, which prevents over-voltages from happening. Having a home surge suppressor will protect your home from a lot more damage than common surge protectors.

Smoke Detectors & CO (Carbon Monoxide) Detectors

Smoke detectors and carbon monoxide (CO) detectors are vital to keeping your family safe. You should have smoke detectors installed in all bedrooms and at the top of every staircase. CO detectors should be installed next to sleeping areas but kept at least ten feet away from stoves in order to prevent any false alarms. Test your smoke alarms on a monthly basis and change the batteries annually to keep them operating correctly. You should replace your CO detectors every five to seven years and replace your smoke detectors every ten years.

Electric Panel Replacement

Your home’s electrical panel (aka the breaker box) is an integral part of your home. Its primary duty is to distribute electricity through your house.

Many residential homes have older panels that aren’t able to sustain the power demanded by newer technology. Older breaker boxes can cause an overloaded circuit, which can lead to serious safety hazards for you and your family.

Your breaker box may reveal that it’s time to upgrade through instances such as strong odor, tripping, rust, and dimming lights. If you notice any of these warning signs or something out of the ordinary, call a licensed electrician immediately.

Ceiling Fans

Before you purchase or install a ceiling fan, it is important to know which one is right for you. If you are installing a ceiling fan in a small room (8’ x 10’) then a 30 inch ceiling fan is recommended. 42 inch ceiling fans are recommended in medium sized rooms (12’ x 12’) and 52 inch ceiling fans are recommended for larger rooms (18’ x 20’). It is recommended that you keep the blades of your ceiling fan at least 8 inches away from your ceiling, 8 to 9 feet off the floors and 18 inches away from the walls. Consult with one of our licensed electricians before you install a ceiling fan.

Home Rewiring in Kingwood, TX

Many older homes have wiring that was installed over 10 years ago. Many newer homes are constructed with cheaper wiring to reduce costs. That wiring could be incapable of handling the electrical demands of today’s products. You can prevent many electrical issues by getting some rewiring done.

Here are a few signs that can let you know it’s time for some rewiring:

  • Circuit breakers constantly tripping
  • Aluminum wiring is a major fire risk
  • Slight vibration, shock or buzz when turning on appliances
  • Dimming or flickering lights when using appliances such as a vacuum
  • Loose electrical outlets
  • A house that more than 40 years old
  • A burning smell coming from electrical outlets

If you see any of these signs in your home, please call Abacus, a licensed electrician.

For a residential electrician near Kingwood, Texas, 77325, 77339 or 77345, call Abacus, a Licensed Electrical Wiring and Electrical Panel Replacement and Repair Contractor.

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