Electrical problems can be extremely inconvenient and, in some cases, dangerous for you and your family. As a homeowner, it’s your responsibility to address electrical repairs and maintenance as quickly as possible. Don’t put off calling your electrician. The longer you wait the more difficult and expensive the repairs may be. If you’re unsure about when to call an electrician, here are several signs that may help.
1. Outlets Aren’t Working Properly
One of the clearest signs that there is a problem with your home’s electrical system is outlets that aren’t working properly. While it’s easy enough to use a different outlet, the inconvenience of moving belongings around can be a complete and utter pain. Don’t settle for outlets that aren’t functioning; now is when to call an electrician for help.
2. Faulty Light Switches
Similarly, faulty light switches indicate a problem with the electricity in your home as well. Beyond being annoying, however, broken light switches can also be dangerous. The inability to turn on the lights in your home put you and your family at unnecessary risk after dark.
3. Flickering Lights
Flickering lights may be an easy fix. Sometimes all it takes is tightening a light bulb. If this doesn’t resolve the problem, though, you’ll need a professional to examine the electrical wiring.
Looking for a Professional Electrician in Arlington?
If you’ve noticed any of the above-mentioned electrical problems in your home, that is when to call an electrician. Arlington Electric & Solar is here to help. We are a full-service company, offering commercial electric, residential electric, solar energy, and generator installation. Visit our website for more information about our company and the services we provide customers. You can also call us at (360) 474–4434 with questions or to schedule an appointment with one of our highly-trained, experienced, and qualified electricians.
Edited by Justin Vorhees
Professional Electrician in Arlington
Serving customers in Arlington, Stanwood, Camano Island, Marysville, Lake Stevens, Granite Falls, Snohomish, and Greater Snohomish County