Repair & Replacement Services
- Aluminum Wiring Repair
- Car Charging Station Repair
- Ceiling Fan Repair
- Circuit Breaker Repair
- Circuit Repair
- Electrical Troubleshooting & Repair
- Flickering Lights Repair
- Landscape Lighting Repair
- Lighting Repair
- Rewiring & Repair
- Smoke and CO Detector Repair
- Specialty Electrical Repair
- Switch and Outlet Repair
- Under Cabinet Lighting Repair
Electrical Repair & Replacement
When you realize your home is overdue for some much-needed electrical repairs or replacement, you don’t want to have to wait to get it taken care of. The certified, trained technicians at EarlyBird Electrician know what’s important to you and that’s why they’re available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
We’ve been happily serving Minneapolis, St. Paul and the surrounding metro for years and are proud to be a part of the community. When you come to us for your electrical needs you’ll get licensed, background checked electricians that deliver same-day service with no-surprise pricing and safety, security, and efficiency – every time, guaranteed.
How do I know whether I’m in need of repair or replacement?
You might not always know when you’re in need of the necessary electrical repair or replacement services offered by EarlyBird Electrician. There are two ways to make sure that you stay on top of what your home needs: regular maintenance and a little bit of knowledge. We have some important information for you here:
5 most common electrical repair issues
- Flickering lights. Lights that dim and flicker are most commonly a sign of poor connection within your circuits and is a sign of a potentially larger problem down the line.
- Dead outlets. Once again, poor connection is usually the culprit here. Either that or a breaker has tripped due to heat build-up, which can lead to the wiring within the outlet melting and no longer working.
- Breakers tripping all the time. If your breakers keep tripping, it means they’re overloaded from drawing too much electricity. If it happens a lot, it’s a fire risk and needs to be addressed immediately through the introduction of additional circuits or a brand new panel.
- Your switches feel warm. This is a sign of overload, which means that too many watts are traveling through the unit. An electrician can help you determine the best way to lessen the load on the switch.
- The bulbs in your home keep burning out. There are a number of reasons this happens – loose connections, overheating, nearby insulation. Whatever the reason, there’s always a fix.
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