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Circuit, Breakers, Fuses & Wiring

When circuits, breakers, fuses & wiring fail, it can be a disruption to your life. When these important components malfunction, it can create a deadly fire hazard. Call our 24/7 help line to to ensure the safe and uninterrupted operation of your electrical system.

Prevent Fire Hazards by Replacing Circuits, Breakers, Fuses & Wiring

On average, 40,000 homes every year burn down from electrical fires. Outdated or damaged circuits, breakers, fuses & wiring are among the most common electrical fire hazards. When these electrical system components deteriorate with age, they overheat or throw sparks — both of which can start deadly fires. Bring out a Mister Sparky electrician to replace any and all dangerous components.

Safety Inspection for Circuits, Breakers, Fuses & Wiring

Want peace-of-mind that your circuits, breakers, fuses & wiring won’t overheat, throw sparks, or endanger your home in any other way? You need an electrical safety inspection to ensure these crucial components are safe now and will remain that way for years to come.

Installing Circuits, Breakers, Fuses & Wiring

When you’re building a new house, you need to guarantee your electrical system is safe — from the ground up. Proper, professional installation can prevent many of the problems that endanger other homes. Make 100% sure your circuits, breakers, fuses & wiring are installed correctly, guaranteeing your new home is a safe one.

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October is National Fire Prevention Month

This month, commit to addressing the safety of your electricity by assessing potential fire hazards in your home.Read More
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Outdoor Lighting Safety Tips

Learn some of the most important safety tips for setting up lighting in your outdoor space.Read More
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4 Signs it’s Time to Upgrade Your Outlets

Safe electrical outlets are a huge part of maintaining a safe home. While the majority of your home’s electricity exists inside your walls and appliances, your outlets are the place where you come into the closest contact with it. Even though there’s never a completely fool-proof solution when it comes to electrical safety, there are […]Read More