Remodeling & Renovation Electrical Work in Raleigh
Custom Solutions from Wake Forest Electricians
Remodeling and renovation projects often require the services of an electrician. Due to the inherent dangers of working with electricity, this is not a job for you to tackle on your own. Zar Electric provides electrical services for remodeling and renovation projects.
Wiring for Home Remodeling
Are you adding a bathroom, new room addition, enlarging the kitchen, or adding a new wall to your home? In these situations, new wiring is needed to provide electricity to the new space. We can make the changes to your electrical system that are needed to deliver power where you need it. Our experienced Wake Forest electricians will provide the new electrical components and ensure that everything is installed safely.
Upgrades for Home Renovation
Often, the wiring in older homes does not meet current safety standards. People are often unaware of the potential risks caused by outdated electrical system components. A home renovation project provides the opportunity to upgrade the wiring system in your home. We can show you how to improve the safety of your electrical system.
Signs that an electrical system needs to upgraded include:
- Bulbs burn out quicker than they should
- Circuit breakers trip frequently
- Light switches flicker or dim
- Light switches feel hot to the touch
- Outlets are charred or discolored
- Your electric bills have suddenly increased
20+ Years of Experience Serving Raleigh-Durham
If you are planning a home renovation project and want to take the opportunity to upgrade your electrical system, you can rely on the professionals at Zar Electric to get the job done right. We have more than 20 years of experience in our industry and our electricians are fully licensed, bonded, and insured. We are Master Electrician certified, have an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau, and our company is the Wake Forest Best of the Best 2016 winner.
Call (919) 200-6551 for an estimate to discuss your remodeling or renovation project in Wake Forest.