Edge Electric has been servicing the Electrical Installation and Repair needs of Norman OK for since 1996.
Call us now at: 405-691-3343 or check out the reviews and testimonials from your neighbors, that make us the top rated service provider in Norman OK.
There are a few steps you can take to ensure you find a reliable electrician:
- Ask for recommendations from friends, neighbors or other contractors.
- Ask for a copy of the electrician’s license.
- Verify that they are insured.
- Check with your local Better Business Bureau to make sure there are no complaints on file with the company.
- Check to see if they have referrals, and if so, follow up with them to see how their past customers felt about their service.
Edge Electric prides ourselves on providing expert and reliable electrician services. We are happy to provide you with any information needed or answer all of your questions. Contact us today!
The cost to fix electrical problems in a house depends greatly on what needs to be fixed. Switch installation cost are on the lower side while rewiring a home can cost thousands of dollars. Typically homeowners in the Norman area will spend less than the national average for an electrical repair service.
Whatever the problem, we’ve got you covered. Edge Electric provides reliable and affordable electrical services as well as offering free quotes and lifetime guarantees. Contact us today!
On average you can expect to pay between $200 – $300 to have a GFCI outlet installed in your Norman home. GFCI outlets require additional installation measures, which is why they are typically more expensive than installing a standard outlet.
For a free estimate on a GFCI outlet installation, contact Edge Electric now.
Yes, you should have an electrician add a new outlet in your home. It is simple to replace an existing electrical outlet on your own, but when it comes to adding a new electrical outlet in your home, it can be complex. An electrician will be fully equipped to assess the current circuit you have, where you would like to add an outlet and whether or not it would be able to support it. Additionally, an electrician is knowledgeable about electrical code and has the skills to install your outlet correctly. To get an electrical outlet installed, contact us today.
The number of outlets you can add to an existing circuit will depend on the capacity of the circuit and how many outlets you currently have. In most cases, you should not have more than eight switches and outlets on a standard circuit in your home. If you are thinking about adding an outlet to an existing circuit, you should have an electrician evaluate your current circuit to determine if it would be able to support an additional outlet. To get an electrical outlet installed, call us today.
A few ways you can tell if a house needs rewiring include:
- Your home’s wiring is over 30 years old.
- You notice a burning smell or burn marks on your outlets.
- Your lights are dim or flicker.
Another sign you may need to have your house rewired is if your circuit breaker trips frequently, as that is an indication that there is an issue with your home’s electrical systems. To get your home rewired, give us a call today.
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DAVID - Norman, OK 73026
Upgrade 30 year old service panel. Super quick service, passed Norman inspectors 1st time, can't get over the excellent job done here. You get what you pay for folks from these guys.
Response from Edge Electric:
Thank you for the wonderful review and for taking the time to share your feedback.
DOUG WAS GREAT, DID A GREAT JOB
Naomi - Norman, OK 73071
Doug came the time he said, he was on time. He done a great job. Ran into a problem, he wouldn't quit till he found where it was. He worked till he finished his job. YES, I would use the company again.
Response from Edge Electric:
Thank you for sharing your kind words with us. It means the world to us and to our entire team!
Available when others were not
Jo - Norman, OK 73026
High prices, did not ask what color new outlet covers should be
Tyler - Norman, OK 73069
I was in a rush to get some new outlets installed and move a light switch so I went with the first provider to contact me after putting a request in through Homeadvisor.com and Angie's List. When I compared the prices I paid with my friends/family who have received similar services from other providers, Edge Electric was extremely high and I regret using the company. Additionally, the electrician did not ask me what color I would like the switches/outlets to be and I am now forced to have another contractor change those out. In light of the high cost of service from Edge Electric, I would expect a higher degree of customer service including but not limited to simply asking the customer specific questions like color preferences. Overall I am not happy with my experience and do not plan on using Edge for future electrical needs.
Change light fixture
Hot water disconnect
220 plug install
Trouble shoot and repair power loss. Inspected breakers, tested plugs. Reset tripped GFCI plug in bathroom to resolve power loss.
Installing electric pool cover switch
Fixing electric pool cover
Installing ceiling fan, landscape lights, and diagnostic and repair of power loss to pool cover motor
Installing bathroom fan
Installing new GFI and switch in Garage
Electrical repair for one of our lifetime customers. Replaced bad plug. Call today to become a lifetime customer of Edge Electric. True Lifetime Guarantee. Licensed Electrician available 24/7.
Residential electrical repair. Replaced plug for stove. Replace plugs in living and bedrooms. Inspected electric panel. If you need an electrician call Edge Electric.
Late check in changing out bulbs and installing a new ballast in a t8 fixture
Electrical repair. I am replacing the electric panel for this customer. They have been experiencing dimming lights, no heat and power loss in the kitchen. The new panel will be backed by our lifetime guarantee. The best electricians in Okc, Moore and Norman.
Emergency electrical repair. Dimming lights, power loss in kitchen and popping noise from panel.