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Our Heating and Cooling Technicians, Plumbers and Electricians are licensed, uniformed and professional. They respect your home and your property. They go as far as to put on booties before entering your home and roll out a protective carpet as well. The diagnostic or dispatch fee that we charge allows our professionals to carefully evaluate your problem and/or inspect your systems so they can provide you with a flat rate price to do the work you’ve requested. Once you approve that price and all that it includes, Cranney Companies will complete the requested work for you.
Electricity is a modern day necessity and without it, you would be losing the use of modern-day luxuries. At Cranney, we know you need your electricity and we know you want it done right. Cranney is ready to help you with any electric issues you may be experiencing – each and every technician is subjected to rigorous training keeping your home both lit and safe. Whether you’re experiencing an emergency, just getting around to a planned project, or want a routine checkup, we offer a wide range of residential electrical services.
We guarantee that the quality of work we do for our customers is always the best you could ask for. Cranney offers upfront and honest pricing with no surprises attached. Above all else, we’re invested in your future as a homeowner. We promise to leave any job site as clean as it was when we arrived. All of our trucks come fully loaded with the home service industry’s most modern electric equipment so we’ll never have to waste your time with multiple visits if not necessary.
Here are our home electrical services:
How do you turn on your electric appliances? Lights and switches. Because they are the power source for most fixtures throughout your home, it’s important that they are well maintained. We offer a range of services for the outlets and switches in your home, including the following:
Flickering lights are a major inconvenience that can cause disruption in your home. You may not know that they can also be a sign that something is seriously wrong with your electric system. It’s likely that you will experience flickering lights during a storm or other outside force. If it starts to happen frequently or at times when no outer element seems to be causing it, you should call a Cranney electrician immediately.
The wiring in your home is one of the most important features on your property – and you can’t even see it! Because it’s typically hidden out of sight, it’s important to be diligent with upkeep. When your wiring is faulty our outdated, it’s best to have a professional inspect it or install a new system. This will maximize safety and value. Here are a few reasons you may need wiring work done or total rewiring in your home:
• Old wiring
• Knob & Tube
• Amateur Installation
• Increased energy costs
• Renovations and additions
Your electrical panel acts as the brain for your entire electrical system. It keeps your home safe by preventing overloads. If one of your outlets is ever overloaded, your electrical panel will receive a signal to shut down the electrical current to that section of your wiring. If your panel fails to do so, the results can be sparks, fire, or electrocution.
The average lifespan of an electrical panel is between 20 – 30 years. If you know that it’s over 20, you may want to consider replacement to keep your home safe and up to date. A Cranney professional will be able to tell you the shape of your electrical panel, and if necessary, help you replace it.
Before the cold weather sets in, you may want to consider heat tape installation in your home. It contains an electrical element that can melt snow and prevent the formation of icicles on your roof – preventing destructive ice dams. We guarantee quick service and durable materials that improve your whole home environment with warmth and air quality. You’ll also have peace of mind knowing that you are less likely to encounter any costly water or mold damage.