You will find answers to all of your most common Electrical Services related questions located here.
No, we provide one free estimate per project to our residential and commercial customers.
All of our maintenance work is covered by a one-year warrantee. New electrical products come with their respective manufacturer warrantees.
Grieco Electric follows the National Electric Code and complies with State and Local building codes whenever they perform any work. Tony is well conversant with the knowledge of electrical theory, the National Electrical Code, and local electric and building codes.
The best way to find out is to have the installation inspected and tested after installation.
You may need to upgrade your electrical panel depending on your local insurance policy and/or additional electrical load to your home. You might require an upgraded electrical panel if you are planning add a hot tub, construct new rooms, or adding a electrical furnace or heat pump.
Yes, it is suggested that all GFCI devices (Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter) be tested least once a month. Grieco Electric offers monthly visits to go through your panel and tighten all termination points. The inspection includes grounding and checking of all electrical systems to ensure they are operating properly.
Grieco encourages and supports energy conservation by installing energy saving lights and fixtures. We also educate our clients on how to optimize energy and cut on their electricity bills. If you interested in knowing more about energy efficiency, please visit our Resources page.
Central air conditioning or heat pump condensers sometimes cause light dimming and flicker on start up. If the flickering is large, or too frequent without any intentional changes in the electrical system, this could be an early indication of a problem such as a circuit connection getting loose, a switch starting to fail or improper load sharing. Call Grieco Electric to address all your light flicker problems.
Circuit Breakers are safety devices designed to protect not only the equipment but the wiring and the house as well. A common cause for Circuit Breakers to trip is loose electrical connections and it can be corrected by tightening. If the breaker trips repetitively, it's best to call us for help.