- September 26, 2017
Whether you’re watching TV, charging your smartphone or flipping a light switch, you’re constantly interacting with electrical systems. Electricity is so ubiquitous that it’s easy not to give it a second thought. Should something malfunction, however, electricity can pose serious safety and fire hazards. When lights flicker, an appliance short circuits or you need new wiring, contact Webb’s Electric Heating & Air Conditioning. We’re ready and able to resolve your electrical issue promptly and safely.
Older electrical systems in Grayson County weren’t designed to handle the volume of electronic gadgets we use today. Overloading the system through the use of extension cords, power strips or plug adapters is dangerous. Wiring and related equipment accounts for the majority of the more than 45,000 electrical fires that occur each year. If your electrical demands have outgrown the circuitry, our wiring upgrades can protect your family and property.
From garbage disposals and trash compactors to ceiling fans, new wiring is often needed when making improvements to your home. Getting help from a pro ensures that the product is wired properly and placed in the optimal position. Providing they’re installed correctly, upgrades like lighting and fans offer opportunities to save money too. The annual electricity cost for a Texas home is around $1,800. Energy-efficient fixtures help you hold onto more of your hard-earned dollars.
The best way to verify that your electrical system is operating properly is with a proactive safety inspection. Our certified technicians are equipped with tools that allow us to analyze your electrical system without disrupting your property. Don’t wait for an electrical shock or fire to take action.
Webb’s Electric Heating & Air Conditioning is your point of contact for all your electrical and HVAC needs. Since 1986, we’ve been proud to provide north central Texas with top-quality products and stellar services. Learn more about our full range of electrical services or give us a call 903-200-4584.