Wire Craft Electric has been offering top notch electrician service to Seattle since 2004. Our technicians are qualified and our services are prompt and reliable.
We provide a wide range of high-quality, professional electrician services (ranging from electrical meter upgrades all the way to home theater systems) to the Seattle Metro Area, including Edmonds, Shoreline and Ballard.
In addition to our commitment to quality and safe service, we are also dedicated to our community here in Seattle. We work with the Master Builders Association as well as Habitat for Humanity to craft a stronger community.
When working around electricity, safety is always an issue. Our technicians take an active role in promoting safe work procedures to prevent injury to themselves and the public. Our work is not done correctly unless it is done safely.
Years of experience have given us the knowledge to quickly diagnose problems and find viable solutions that not only function properly but look good as well.
Renewable energy is defined as energy that's naturally replaced at a rate comparable with the rate it's being consumed. Some popular sources of renewable energy come from natural resources such as sunlight, wind, rain, tides, and geothermal heat.
A great way to protect your home from potential fire hazards is to inspect your electrical cords and replace those that are frayed or cracked. You should also get rid of any cords that are nailed into walls or floors.
Don't assume that a wire is safe to touch. If you see a downed power line, even if it appears to be insulated, do not touch it under any circumstances. Rather call your local power company immediately for assistance.
While running electrical cords under rugs is a great way to make them less visible, this can also present a fire hazard, especially if you walk over the cords regularly. If possible, you should avoid running electrical cords under rugs or other fabrics.
Did you know that all cities and towns have regulations in place that electricians must follow? If you have major work done on your home that requires an inspection, any work that fails to meet code requirements will have to be redone.
If you run into electrical problems, your first step should be to double check the device that's not working. Be sure it's turned on and that the bulb works. You might even plug something else in to make sure the device isn't what's faulty.
Always make sure your electrical cords aren't damaged or exposed. Our experienced electricians can rewire most items, and they can replace damaged sockets, too. You should always stop using any socket that's damaged until it can be replaced.
If you have a breaker that keeps tripping, there could be a serious electrical problem that needs to be addressed. You may have too many items plugged into the circuit, or there could be wiring problems that could develop into serious safety concerns.