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Wiring Services In Los Angeles

Wiring is a process that allows for a continuous power supply. In this process, we connect cables and wires to outlets like fuses, switches, sockets, lights, fans, etc. We then connect to the main distribution board and utility pole. Your electricity supply passes through a power line or conduit then gets to your home through an electrical meter. 

Circuit: It is a loop through which electricity can flow. 

 A typical electrical circuit consists of:

  • Voltage source
  • Wiring – (one hot wire, one neutral wire, and one ground wire) also known as conductive path.
  • Load

All circuits must be closed for electricity to flow. A closed circuit takes the shape of a loop, and any interruptions will stop the flow of electricity. ​​​​​​

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The Best Wiring Services In Los Angeles

Electrical wiring is too essential for you to leave it in incompetent hands. One mistake can lead to devastating consequences. It is pretty hard to find reliable electrical rewiring services. But you can trust our team of professional electrical technicians here at RG Electric to do an excellent wiring job. Our electricians specialize in wiring new buildings, new Home Wiring, inspecting, repairing, and replacing your home’s wiring and circuitry. We offer wiring services like;

  • Hot tubs & Pools Rewiring
  • Aluminum Wiring
  • Computer Wiring
  • Entertainment Center Wiring
  • New Wiring Circuits
  • Whole House Rewiring
  • Center Wiring

We Are Experts In Hot Tub And Pool Rewiring

We all know the dangers water and electricity can pose, so you must engage the services of experienced electricians to install or rewire your pool. Our team will assess your electrical system to see if your circuits can handle the electrical demand. If not, we will install a separate panel for your pool. ​​​​​​

The pool and hot tub is made up of component like;

  • Pump
  • Lights
  • Hot tub controller
  • Pool and hot tub system

These parts are in constant need of electricity to function efficiently.

Electrical Circuit Overload

Every device you use adds a certain amount of electricity when operating, which increases the total load on the circuit. The problem occurs when we try to use more electricity than our circuit can handle, resulting in circuit overload. Circuit overload causes the overload protection to trigger – the breaker will trip and open up, which shuts off the power supply to that circuit, cutting off electricity. Circuit breakers will give you that layer of protection and ultimately prevent house fires. However, suppose you do not have a breaker on your circuit. In that case, an overload will cause the wiring to overheat and possibly even melt, starting a fire. Thus, circuit overloads should not be a regular occurrence. If it is, your entire wiring system may have to be replaced to be safe. 

You Should Always Look Out For These Signs Of Circuit Overload

  • Dimming lights are one of the indicators of an overloaded circuit
  • Buzzing switches or irregular noise coming from your outlets
  • Warm outlets may mean that your circuit is beginning to heat up.
  • Burning smells from controls/outlets is a warning sign of severe wiring issues. 
  • Power tools and electronic appliances are no longer effective and efficient.

Electrical wiring repair costs depend heavily on the type of project. Large projects like installing wiring, rewiring a house, and replacing an electric panel can cost about $2,000 to $6,000. However, you can expect to pay below $800 for small electrical projects like changing switches/outlets. At RG Electric, we give you a free estimate on the cost of the project. Fill in your details and indicate the type of electric services you want, and our team will get back to you immediately.

We do not recommend wiring your house or office by yourself unless you are an experienced electrician. Electrical wiring is complex and should be left in competent hands to avoid electrocutions and fire outbreaks.

The next time your breaker trips, turn off all the switches in the electrical panel and unplug all appliances, lamps, and other devices. Next, flip the breaker back on and then turn the switches on and plug in your devices one at a time. Wait for a while to see if the circuit will remain on. If the breaker trips before you turn on all the appliances, it may indicate a circuit overload. You may conduct this experiment a few times to know how many devices you can use at a time to prevent circuit overloading.

Several signs will indicate a damaged circuit breaker. They include:

  • Burning smells from the electric panel
  • breaker frequently trips
  • burn marks on the breaker
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