Electricity, which powers all your important appliances and lights, makes your home livable. You probably take this amenity for granted until something goes wrong. Electrical issues that involve blown fuses, overloaded circuits, and dead outlets are inconveniences that lead to more serious problems if left unchecked. Knowing when to call a licensed electrician for your power needs saves you time and money in the long term. PTI Electric & Lighting has been restoring power to homes and businesses since 2009. If you’re having problems with your electrical system, give us a call today at (614) 398-3377 to schedule a system inspection.
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Practice Fuse Box Safety. Call the Experts
Older homes have fuses that are designed to control the flow of electricity to every part of the house. Fuses blow out when too much electricity passes through the home’s wires. These devices are built-in safety features that have been improved upon in the last few decades with circuit breakers. If your home has blown fuses, call us today at (614) 398-3377. We’ll safely replace them with the appropriate wiring to avoid electrocution hazards and house fire risks.
Don’t Settle for Unusable Outlets
Are there kitchen gadgets that you can’t imagine doing without? With coffee makers, microwaves, and high-speed blenders filling your counter spaces, you need every outlet to work on demand. There are many reasons why one or more of your home’s outlets can fail to work properly. When common troubleshooting activities fail to bring desired results, call us to evaluate the problem and deliver a lasting solution. PTI Electric & Lighting has been fixing electrical outlets for 12 years. Our trained electricians use professional equipment to test power systems and accurately identify outlet problems anywhere on your property.
Power Shortages Indicate Increased Risk of House Fires
Interrupted power seems like just a nuisance, but it can be a signal that something is seriously wrong with your home’s electrical system. Your home’s circuit breakers switch off when the system senses a problem such as overloaded circuits or wires that touch. Unintentional wire contact causes short circuits. If you continue to force electricity through those touching wires, they could spark and cause fire. Short circuits are best fixed immediately by qualified electricians to avoid harm to you and your family. When you’re ready to make your home a safer place, give us a call at (614) 398-3377 for more information about our offerings.