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The electrician Moe sent was able to accurately give me the information that I was looking for with regard to my electrical panel and also provide suggestions on the changes needed to it for new appliances. Moe and Electrician Techs was a pleasure to work with. I had some major renovation in my house and needed the electrical cloth wiring updated as well as panel upgrades.

I couldn't be any happier with the service, quality and price. I definitely recommend this company for any electrical needs! Electricians Techs servicing NY and NJ areas. We are full service electrical contractors working in the residential and commercial markets. We consistently provide excellent electrical services to businesses and residents. Our mission is to provide the highest quality service, and workmanship to maintain our reputation as one of the best electrical companies.

We understand the importance of having power to your home or business. We pride ourselves in being 110% committed to your project. Whether it's installing electrical systems or handling a rewiring project, we handle each one with the same tenacity and efficiency.

read more › A GFI, or GFCI - Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter device protects us from receiving electric shocks from faults in the electrical devices we use in our home. It works by comparing the input current on the hot side to the output current on the neutral side. If there's the slightest difference in current, on the order of a few milliamps, then there is current leaking out somewhere, possibly through somebody's body. To protect us in this situation, the device very quickly cuts off the power supply to the leaking device, within 20-30 milliseconds, greatly reducing any possible human tissue damage from errant current.

read more › Because we use our electrical systems every day and for such a wide range of different tasks and activities, it's easy to take electricity for granted. It's important to remember, however, that electrical systems are extremely dangerous, so keeping them in great condition is extremely important to both the functionality and the safety of your home. Keeping your home's electrical system well-maintained can go a long way toward prevent fires in your home, which is why electrical safety inspections are so important.

read more › It's not just the nation's power grid that's antiquated. The wiring inside many houses is also out of date, straining to supply our ever-growing collection of electricity-hungry appliances, lighting, and electronics. The circuits in these older homes weren't designed to power the many gadgets of modern life, the signs of strain may be obvious-a tangle of extension cords and power strips sprouting from a single outlet-or lurking unseen behind walls, ceilings, and cover plates. Faulty wiring is the leading cause of residential fires, according to a 2009 study by the National Fire Prevention Association.

read more › All electricity that enters your home goes through your circuit breaker box. The power then splits into individual branch circuits. These circuits are made up of the wires that run through each room or to a certain area, like the garage. A circuit breaker (or fuse) is the device that protects the circuit. Without a dedicated circuit, multiple appliances may draw so much current that it causes the wiring to overheat. It might melt the insulation or the outlet itself. The overloaded wiring might cause an electrical fire to start in the wall.

read more › A panel upgrade is simply changing your electrical panel (or main service panel), containing your home's fuses/circuit breakers. While you are having work done on your house you might find that this may be a convenient time to upgrade your electric panel. Your panel may be outdated and should be upgraded anyway. Electrical Panels with fuses and those made by Federal Pacific Electric (FPE), Bulldog/Pushmatic, Zinsco panels are known in the electrical industry to be hazardous. You have to use extension cords or adapters to create additional electric outlets for your home.

read more › The standard for household power used to be 60 amps. But modern homes may need as many as 100 - 200 amps to run air conditioners, computer equipment, high-definition televisions, and high-tech home automation devices. One of the most frequent questions the new home buyers ask is whether to get 100 or 200 Amp service for their new home. Is the 200 Amp service worth extra expense? If you don't have any 220 volt electricity hogs, such as electric heat, hot water tank, dryer, range or central AC a 100 amp service for a modest size home will serve most families.

read more › There are many benefits to incorporating ceiling fans into your home's design that go beyond cooling off a room. Using ceiling fans throughout the home greatly reduces energy costs, while also providing comfort, style and beautiful lighting. Ceiling fans are available in a variety of sizes, styles, and finishes to complement your unique interior style. Fans are more than just functional; they can serve as a statement piece or focal point of a room. Whether a living area, bedroom, screened-in porch or kitchen, ceiling fans contribute to an enjoyable environment in almost any room of the home.

read more › You may save money when you DIY, but unless your projects are up to code, you're flirting with expensive fixes and putting your home and family at risk. A lot of DIY homeowners have that point of view, and it's wrong-headed. Yes, homeowners are allowed to do their own improvements without a contractor's license, but you still need a permit for many remodeling projects. Work that's not up to code may be discovered by an inspector when you try and sell, putting a big damper on your plans. You may be required to fix any problems (with added expense) before a buyer will consider making an offer.

read more › As one of the most versatile sources of light for both residential and commercial buildings, recessed lighting fixtures, or recessed cans, offer a layer of general lighting that seamlessly blends into any space. Recessed lighting refers to fixtures that are set into ceilings or walls. Commonly called cans because of their shape, they include the housing (the internal part in the ceiling that you don't see) and the trim, which is visible. With little or no profile, recessed lighting provides effective ambient and accent illumination for both residential and commercial use.

read more › If you're a commercial company, small business or home owner that's in the process of rebuilding your residential or commercial space you'll need to invest in an electrical company that specializes in new construction services. Part of the mandatory electrical process, electrical builds and new construction should always be done by a professional service. Working with the right partners from the very beginning can save time and money. We work closely with all of our customers from the earliest stages of a project and thanks to our range of services we can deliver value right through the project from concept to completion.

read more › Electrican Techs is a leader in providing superior electrical installations in New York that exceed expectations and allows each and every client to meet their goals. Electrical contractors that are committed to forming strong relationships built on trust, and to work with each client to create a plan that meets their every need. Prepared and certified electricians in New York that are ready to attend to your electrical project. Electrical contractors that view fair pricing and your satisfaction as a guarantee.

read more › Moe and Steve are excellent! They are both great communicators. When I met Steve, I knew we were in good hands. He took the time to listen and share feedback about moving an electrical switch in our coop. Also, coop approval can be tough, but Moe made it easy by sending all paperwork for the coop promptly, and always keeping me updated each step of the way. I look forward to working with both of them in the future for all our electrical needs, and appreciate their expertise. They were great. Very professional process for providing a quote and scheduling.

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