Thornburg’s Electrical Repair Company
Have you been putting off your residential, commercial, or industrial electrical repairs because you haven’t found a reliable, trustworthy electrician in Thornburg? We’re here to help! Our pros repair your electrical issues, and can also help with replacements, maintenance, inspections, or installations. Not only do we offer expert opinions on all sorts of electrical services, but we also do it at an affordable rate. When you need top-rated electrical work, choose an electrician with over 65 years of experience. Contact your friends at Logan Electrical Service, and you’ll receive true service.
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Frequently Asked Questions
The most common reasons for a circuit breaker to trip are either because the circuit is overloaded, short-circuited, or a ground fault. No matter the reason behind a circuit breaker tripping, the best thing to do is unplug the appliances in that room and call a professional. When DIYing electrical work, you risk shock, burns, or property damage. It’s best to let an expert take care of the issue.
Electrical service panels are designed to be replaced every 20 to 30 years. If you’ve been in your home for that long, or are moved into an existing home, your panel may be outdated.
There are many solutions to make your home brighter. Start first with your light source. Is it large enough to brighten the area? Is the bulb too dim? Are you able to place it closer to the living space? Consider these questions, and contact us at Logan Electric and we’ll help you install or replace your light fixtures.
Absolutely. We can perform a whole-house electrical inspection to locate and diagnose any electrical dangers in your home or business. We’ll provide a comprehensive list of what we’ve found and an affordable solution.
We sure can! We’ve got the knowledge and equipment to repair, replace, or install light fixtures in your home, even if they’re located higher than the average ladder.