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Residential

A residential electrician is a skilled and licensed professional who works in a variety of residential buildings to install, maintain, inspect and repair wiring, electrical systems and their components.

The best way to know is to give us a call! Our knowledgeable and helpful staff can assess your situation and determine the best solution. There are many risks when trying to do DIY electrical work such as electrical shock, fire hazards, inspection issues, and will probably cost you more money in the long run. Let us help you by giving us a call!

The best way to know is to give us a call! Our knowledgeable and helpful staff can assess your situation and determine the best solution. There are many risks when trying to do DIY electrical work such as electrical shock, fire hazards, inspection issues, and will probably cost you more money in the long run. Let us help you by giving us a call!

GFCI stands for “ground fault circuit interrupter” and are designed to protect people against deadly electric shock. Your GFCI outlet includes two buttons – a Test button (black) and a Reset button (red). Pushing the black test button will turn off the outlet and all other outlets within its circuit. The red Reset button turns the outlet (and all others included within the circuit) back on. These types of outlets should be installed in areas where water and electricity could come in contact such as bathrooms, unfinished basements, garages, and outdoor outlets. 

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Commercial

A commercial electrician possesses the skills and has the experience to address any electrical need in a commercial building.

All Phase Electric services the following types of commercial properties and industrial facilities:

  • Apartment buildings and complexes
  • Churches
  • Dispensaries
  • Hospitals and healthcare facilities
  • Hotels/Motels
  • Industrial buildings
  • Manufacturing plants
  • Municipal buildings
  • Nursing homes
  • Office buildings and complexes
  • Retail Stores
  • Restaurants
  • Schools and universities
  • Shopping malls
  • Warehouses
  • And more!

We do! Fill out our online form and schedule us to come to your location for a free estimate or give us a call at 907-376-1200.

LED (light emitting diodes) lights are better for your business than CFLs (compact fluorescent lights). Compared to CFLs, LEDs consume up to 85 percent less energy and have an expected lifespan of up to 50 times longer. That means, less light bulb changes!

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