Edge Electric has been servicing the Electrical Installation and Repair needs of Newcastle OK for since 1996.
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Hot tub hook up
Diagnostic and repair of ceiling fan and power loss
Diagnostic and repair of power loss to dryer
Diagnostic and Repair of Plugs not working
Replacing can light fixtures
Residential electrical repair. Install 20 AMP circuit for pool. Call Edge Electric if you need an electrician.
Residential electrical repair. Replace electric panel. Upgrading electrical system. Customer has had multiple issues with tripping breakers, and flickering lights. The main breaker failed and burned the busbar. Call Edge Electric if you need an electrician. Lifetime Guarantee.
Electrical repair. Doing small electrical repairs for the sale of a home. Call us today if you need an electrician. We have an electrician available near you!
Trouble shoot and repair electrical problem. Found GFCI plug in the kitchen. Replaced bad GFCI with commercial grade plugs. Call us today if you need an electrician!
Trouble shoot and electrical repair. The customer has multiple plugs that need to be replaced.
Trouble shoot and repair power loss. Found burned plug and circuit in utility room. Replaced wiring and plug.
Trouble shoot and repair power loss in bathroom.
Emergency electrical repair. Trouble shoot and repair power loss due to storm.
Residential electrical repair. Trouble shoot and repair partial power loss.
Residential electrical repair. Inspected undersized electrical panel. Recommend electric panel upgrade to 100 AMP from 60 AMP for safety and insurance requirements.
Installing 220 plug for a hot water tank.
I am at a residential customer's home who has a partial power loss. The lights in a bedroom and living room are not working. I will do a trouble shoot and repair for this problem.
I am at a residential customer's home to repair an outdoor plug.
If a circuit breaker exhibits any of the following bad circuit breaker symptoms, it is likely bad.Please chack this list over carefully as it can become dangerous if not addressed early:
- The Breakers Are Hot-The breakers become warm due to the same heat that causes the burning odor. Your breakers are most likely faulty circuit breakers if they are hot to the touch. Make a professional help request right away.
- Breaker Trips Happen Often-Tripping does not always indicate a poor breaker. Breakers may trip frequently for other reasons, such as a bad circuit or malfunctioning machinery. Investigate thoroughly to discover the true cause.
- A Burning Odor- When a breaker malfunctions, the insulation and wires become overheated and emit a burning odor. Try to smell the panel to see if there is any burning odor coming from it. If you notice that your home is overheating, immediately turn off the electricity and contact an electrician.
- Breaker Reset Is Not Stable-Call an electrician to examine your breaker and any internal wiring damage if it seems like it won’t stay reset for a while.
Recent Energy Surge- If you recently experienced a power surge, it’s possible that your breakers were harmed by a sudden increase in current.
Yes, if you have problems with your ceiling fan, an electrician is a good choice. To make a safe and dependable diagnosis and repair, an electrician can inspect the connections and parts of your fan. If repairs are not feasible, they can assist you in easily choosing and installing a replacement.
Make sure you are first following the correct procedures to reset the breaker. It may sound silly, but pay attention to which switch you are pressing. Additionally, make sure you fully and firmly push the breaker handle into the off position before returning
A short circuit could be the issue if the circuit breaker won’t reset and trips right away. When a hot wire carrying current touches a neutral wire, a short circuit happens. The flipped breaker in this instance is a safety feature and is proof that your circuit breaker is functioning properly. A short circuit may result in overheating, broken appliances, or even a fire risk. Leave the circuit breaker off and contact a certified electrician if you believe a short circuit is the cause of the circuit breaker’s frequent trips.
Your ceiling fan may not be receiving any electricity if it has stopped operating or is not turning on. This might be the result of a tripped breaker. To make sure of this, check your panel. If the circuit breaker functions properly, there may be a problem with loose connections and wiring. Internal flaws in your ceiling fan, such as shot ball bearings or an overheated motor, could also cause it to stop working.