How much will it cost?

Cheap work isn’t always the best work. Damages as a result of poor workmanship often cost many times the amount of hiring a good electrician up front. That said, customers deserve an accurate quote based on the job requirements, and this is an area that we take great pride in. We make sure to give you an estimate as well as follow up with you in person to give you a detailed list of exactly what costs will be incurred up front, so there are never any surprises. You’ll always know the cost of the electrical job before we begin work. Contact us today for a free quote.

Can i do the electrical work myself?

Electrical work comes with a lot of risks, not only to your own health and safety, but also to the value of your property. What you really need to ask in this situation is whether it’s worth it to you or not to try and wire things yourself. Kirkes electricians go through an enormous amount of training beyond licensure to ensure you get the highest quality service. If you don’t want to risk it, leaving it to a professional is undoubtedly going to be your best bet.

What are some other common signs It’s time to call?

You need extension cords because there aren’t enough wall sockets so as to be convenient
Your circuit breakers are tripped or tripping
The main service panel has rusting on or near it, which indicates water damage
There is flickering or dimming of the lighting
There are only 2-prong sockets installed, and you need to use 3-prong sockets

When is it time to call an electrician?

When you are resetting circuit breakers or changing fuses too often. When you turn on your air conditioner and the lights dim in the room. When your lights flicker or go on and off. When you can smell electricity burning. When you have six electronic devices going into one outlet in back of your electronics center. When you have receptacle outlets overburdened by multi-plug strips. When a three-prong plug needs a two-prong adapter. If you have to run extension cords to plug in electrical devices.

What is a rotating electrical outlet used for?

When you want to plug several devices into the same receptacle at the same time, a rotating outlet will allow you to rotate the individual plug-ins as much as 360 degrees, so that they will all fit in nicely.