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(218) 233-6194

Serving Western Minnesota &
North Dakota

Residential Electrical Services

Remodeling and New Construction
Planning to add on to your home or remodel an existing room? We will install a safe and energy efficient system for your home. We can do it all from installing general switches and outlets to rewiring for your new space. Even if you need decorative landscape lighting for your new outdoors space- we’ve got you covered.

Power Upgrade
If your house is still working with fuses, or if your circuit breakers keep tripping, we can install a more robust system, with a new breaker panel and overload correction.

Emergency Services and Estimates
In the event that your equipment needs servicing, you have peace of mind knowing we offer emergency services and free estimates.

Electrical Safety
Faulty electrical systems are dangerous. We can fix switches, outlets and lighting. In addition, we can troubleshoot your system, and locate where short problems are occurring. Follow these simple precautions to help insure you and your familys safety:

  • Replace or repair loose or frayed cords on all electrical devices.
  • In homes with small children, electrical outlets should have plastic safety covers.
  • Follow the manufacturers instructions for plugging an appliance into a receptacle outlet.
  • Avoid overloading outlets. Consider plugging only one high-wattage appliance into each receptacle outlet at a time.
  • If outlets or switches feel warm, shut off the circuit and have them checked by an electrician.
  • When possible, avoid the use of "cube taps" and other devices that allow the connection of multiple appliances into a single receptacle.
  • Place lamps on level surfaces, away from things that can burn and use bulbs that match the lamps recommended wattage.
  • Never touch anything electrical when you have wet hands.
  • Don’t use electrical appliances such as hair dryers or radios in a wet place or near water.
  • If power is lost during a storm, turn off or unplug electrical appliances so that there’s not a power surge when the electricity comes back on.
  • If there’s flooding, watch out for water around electrical items, and never use appliances if they’re wet.
  • Never play with kites or toy planes near overhead power lines.
  • If a toy happens to get caught in a power line, don’t attempt to remove it yourself.
  • Never prune trees yourself that are near power lines.

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