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Anthem Electrical

Your Anthem Electricians

As your Anthem electrical repair and installation contractors, certainly we’ll provide skilled help in a hurry. Let us be your Anthem Electricians! Call us at 623-499-9794. As part of our all-around great service, we like to offer you even more savings. Click here to view our online sales and coupons.

There are lots of electricians out there, but you have very compelling reasons to choose us: we have an outstanding reputation in Anthem, AZ and surrounding area, since 1976. You don’t stay in business for that long without investing personally in a job well done and investing personally in the level of care that we deliver to each and every customer. Our company has grown over the years, and things have changed- but not our promise to you for outstanding service- always.

In many cases, our excellent work and service speaks for itself. Don’t just take our word for it though; click here to read what other happy customers in Anthem, AZ have to say about their experiences in our reviews.

Ready for your Call

Has something stopped working? Do you have a light that keeps blinking? Do some of your outlets have octopus-like tentacles because of multiple cords? Do any of your outlets or other electrical systems feel warm to the touch? Are you blowing fuses frequently? Any of these could indicate an older or faulty electrical system which may not be adequately or properly wired to support your current needs. We can help get you out of the dark! Call us today 623-499-9794.

GFCI

What the heck’s a GFCI? A GFCI stands for Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter. This is an important part of your home for safety reasons, particularly in areas where there is an increased chance that water and electricity might cross paths, like in the kitchen around sinks or in the bathroom. Basically, these plugs function to protect you and your family from electric shock. If you have an older home you may not be fully outfitted with GFCI outlets. You may want to consider retrofitting and upgrading these, especially if your wiring is 20+ years old.

Changing or Replacing an Outlet

Like everything else the electrical outlets have a limited lifespan. Usually when the outlet appears to be dead the fix can be simple. First things first – check all other outlets to see if this is an isolated problem or if you have a much larger problem. Remember, you can always give Christian Brothers a call at 623-499-9794.

First of all there are some basic tools you must have and if you don’t then call a professional. You need to have:

  • 4 in 1 screwdriver
  • Flashlight
  • Voltage tester
  • Safety glasses
  • Needle nose pliers

If your home electrical problem is isolated then you need to shut power off at the main breaker. In Arizona, you need to look for loose terminals, loose stab-in connections and loose wires at wire connectors. If there is a loose connection replacing the outlet with a new one is the best thing to do and it is not expensive. Loose connections more often than not create excess heat that can cause more damage and land up causing you major headaches down the road.

If you have any feelings of doubt trying to do this yourself then don’t. That’s your gut feeling telling you a professional is required for the job to be done properly and safely. There is something else that is very important – should you discover aluminum wiring do NOT mess around with this. Call a licensed electrician who knows how to deal with this!

Repairing Outlets Specifically for Appliances

Many appliances are powered by a special outlet, with a single breaker controlling the power for a single appliance. There is good reason for this – large appliances use more electricity. Although refrigerators use a standard outlet and breaker, appliances such as ovens, dryers and many models of air conditioners use different outlets to manage the electricity they require. These outlets and the wires that connect them to your electrical panel are more intricate and cost more than the standard outlets. They are also more trickier than the standard outlet so this is a job best left for a professional.

There is not a doubt that at some point in your home’s life installing new outlets is a good idea. Depending on the life of your home by being proactive and changing outlets can thwart off potential trouble later on down the road. Making sure you’re outlets are up-to-date is important.

Remodel Wiring and Setup

If you are remodeling, it is a very responsible (both financially and otherwise) decision to call in the electrical experts to help you make sure that wiring is done according to code. It’s also about configuring the wiring so that it makes the most sense for your space and appliance needs.

Whatever your electrical needs may be, Christian Brothers Plumbing and Air Conditioning has the best technicians, best workmanship and best combination of warranty and personal guarantee in Anthem, AZ and surrounding area. We’d love the chance to help you today, and build a business relationship for years to come. Call us at 623-499-9794.