Electrician in Woodbridge, VA
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Electrical work should always be completed by a professional for the safety
of you and your home. If you are in need of a professional electrician
in Woodbridge, VA, you’re in luck! Locally owned and operated
Beacon Home Services provides expert electrical work to the Fairfax area. Our experienced professionals
can handle any sized project efficiently, cleanly, and in adherence to
local codes. From small electrical repairs to whole-home wiring updates,
we're the team you can trust for superior workmanship and customer service.
What sets us apart from other Woodbridge electricians?
- We have over 17 years of experience in the electrical industry
- We are staffed by fully-licensed, bonded, and insured professionals who
are always adding to their experience with our weekly training sessions
We make it easy to get the electrical work you need with same-day service and
flexible financing options
We have received
numerous five-star reviews from our many happy customers
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Our Woodbridge Electrical Services
Our Woodbridge electricians offer a full range of
electrical services. Regardless of the job, all of our work is completed in a timely manner
with our 100% customer satisfaction guarantee.
We provide the following electrical services in Woodbridge:
- Arc fault circuit interrupter installation
- Electrical for basements & additions
- Bath exhaust fans
- Ceiling fan installation
- Circuit breakers
- Circuit restorations
- Dedicated circuits
- Electrical troubleshooting & repair
- Fire alarms
- Fixture replacements
- Fuse box upgrades
- GFCI installation
- Home rewiring
- Panel restorations and upgrades
- Phone, TV & telecom wiring
- Sub panels
- Switches & outlets
- Whole house surge protectors
- Home inspections & code corrections
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5 Tips for Electrical Safety
Be extremely cautious around water. If at all possible, keep electric appliances and equipment away from water.
Be careful to handle electrical appliances with dry hands and to avoid
using common household electrical equipment such as TVs and microwaves
as countertops. Fill your steam iron before you plug it in and be careful
using hair dryers and other electric grooming aids in bathrooms. Never
pick up electrical equipment with wet hands or when standing on a wet floor.
Don’t overload electrical outlets. Plugging too many cords into a single outlet creates fire and tripping
hazards and could seriously damage your electrical system. In general,
it’s always a good idea to use one cord per socket. If you must
use a multi-outlet adapter, make sure it’s the long, narrow kind
with built in surge protection. Even then use them sparingly and cautiously.
Overloaded outlets damage more than your home. They could also permanently
damage your equipment and appliances.
Watch out for snaking cords. Tuck all cords snugly against a wall away from the walking areas of your
floors. Avoid covering electrical cords with area or throw rugs. Not only
do they pose a tripping hazard that might cause a physical injury, they’re
also attractive chew toys to pets. Don’t let wires dangle over stovetops,
toasters, or other everyday kitchen appliances and never stick anything
in your toaster other than toast!
Turn off electronics that aren’t in use. Many of us are guilty of leaving computers running, cell phones charging
and video games at the ready. It’s common in this electronic age.
It’s a good idea to turn off those items that are not in current
use and to unplug that charger when your phone has reached its full charging
capacity. Power off televisions, DVD players, lamps, toasters, and tablets
when not in use.
Periodically inspect outlets & sockets. Check your outlets for chips and cracks. Immediately stop using any outlet
that emits a burning smell. Check for frayed or broken wires on your appliances
and equipment. These simple visual clues will let you know if something
is amiss. In general, treat all electronics and electrical devices as
if they were live. Extreme caution is always better than extreme carelessness.
(703) 343-9884 for Prompt, Professional Electrical Work
When you choose Beacon Home Services, you choose the Woodbridge area’s
top choice for quality electrical work. Whether you need a professional
to set up the wiring in your new pool or have an electrical emergency,
our electricians in Woodbridge, VA are available to help. We offer easy
appointment booking services to fit your needs, no matter what your electrical
To get in touch with our team and request a service, use our online
contact form or give us a call at