Appliance Wiring for High Voltage 220V Receptacles in Hilo, HI
When it comes to high voltage appliance wiring, it’s best left to the professionals. Here are some areas where you definitely don’t want to skimp and hire a handyman. Should you have any questions, we are on standby and awaiting your call.
High Voltage Appliances
Appliances such as refrigerators, dishwashers, washers, and dryers, tend to require more voltage. However, smaller appliances such as toasters, coffee makers, and microwaves do not. Therefore, the larger appliances require dedicated circuits to work properly. Hence, these will require high voltage electrical wiring and when installed, are kept separate from the other circuits.
Electric Smoke Detector & Fire Alarms
First of all, fire safety is a priority. Furthermore, a smoke detector and fire alarm should be installed in your home and office. Consequently, a professional should install smoke detector wiring in order for it to work properly.
In addition, smoke detectors only have a lifespan of five to 10 years. So, have your smoke detection system replaced by a trusted electrical professional. Let us make sure your system is up to code.
If you are either looking for a hard-wired smoke detector, recessed smoke detector, or an interconnected system, call us today!
Swimming Pool & In Ground Hot Tub Electrical Wiring
If you’re installing a pool, hot tub, or looking to upgrade, we can help. First, you will want to call a licensed electrician to perform the high voltage electrical wiring. Since they are professionals, they will help you determine your electrical requirements. Due to considerations such as electric pool pumps, pool lights, and the electrical box, it requires high voltage electrical wiring knowledge.
While we consider your needs, we will also consider your wants and most importantly, your safety. To achieve this, determining proper placement is key. Adding a pool or a hot tub is a huge investment. We will help you do it right the first time.
Hilo and its surrounding areas are very vulnerable to hurricanes in the region. The months of June through November are when hurricanes and tropical storms tend to hit the island chain the hardest. If unprepared, affected houses in the region can be without power for several days.
Installing generators into your home system is a way to keep your peace of mind during the hurricane season. Give us a call. We can install a generator transfer switch into your home’s electrical wiring in case of those emergencies. Never be in the dark again.