In addition to providing residential and commercial construction, Mabry’s Electrical also provides service calls. We understand that fixtures break and light bulbs burn out. Some of the routine maintenance we perform includes repairing a tripping breaker, replacing smoke detectors and hard to reach bulbs, switching from incandescent to LED lighting, and installing new electrical fixtures such as floodlights, doorbells, and celling fans.
*Please note that we do not provide emergency service calls, and same day service is unlikely as our technicians are dispatched each morning with their daily work assignments.
SERVICE CALLS FAQ
When should I call an electrician?
Consider installing GFCIs (Ground Fault Circuit Interrupters) in wet locations like kitchens and bathrooms to bring your home up to the current electrical code requirements.
Consider updating the potentially hazardous wiring in your older home if the wiring is covered in cloth or black rubber, or has aluminum wiring.
Consider adding a dedicated circuit if power strips or multi-receptacle extension cords overload your outlets, lights dim with the use of an appliance, fuses blow or circuit breakers trip often, or if a switch or outlet gives a mild shock.
Consider adding new USB receptacles with the increasing need to charge electronic equipment.
Consider upgrading your main service panel if you notice rust or moisture.
Consider adding new receptacles to accommodate three-prong grounded plugs for appliances that require them, such as microwaves or clothes dryers.
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Why does the GFCI (Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter) or AFCI (Arc Fault Circuit Interrupter) receptacle keep tripping the breaker?
AFCIs are designed to protect your home. A loose neutral wire or a nail through a wire can result in arcing, which could trip the breaker.
Both of these breakers are designed with a Test and Reset Button. Once the issue is addressed, depressing the reset button will restore power to the receptacle.