Redwood City Rewiring Service
Are you considering rewiring your Redwood City commercial electrical systems? Maybe you are installing a new appliance or electrical outlets in an older building, or have uncovered some outdated, damaged, or improperly installed wiring in your business. Trust AMP Electric’s licensed and experienced rewiring service technicians to complete your rewiring project on a reliable budget and schedule.
Rewiring: who needs it?
Overloaded circuits, panels and breakers pose a potential fire risk and can interrupt life’s usual flow when they suddenly malfunction. Rewiring your Redwood City commercial business could save you time and money in the future, and contribute to long term savings by increasing the efficiency of your power system and appliances.
If your premises, or a building you intend to purchase was built 40 or more years ago, chances are there may be some outdated and overloaded fuse boxes and circuit panels, or potentially hazardous aluminium circuits and wiring in place.
Old or newer, damaged wiring of any kind needs to be replaced to keep your employees and customers comfortable and safe. Wire damage can be caused by a variety of factors, including rodent damage, over heating, water damage, or abuse of any kind and can be addressed quickly and cost effectively by getting in touch with AMP Electric’s rewiring service specialists.
Rewiring for Appliance Installation
Without the implementation of current hookups in your Redwood City commercial property, installing a new appliance is dangerous and not recommended by electricians, insurance companies and governing electrical codes.
Professionally installed hookups ensure high-current utilities like your washer and dryer, or dishwasher and stove, are drawing the correct amount of electricity for their capacity, without tripping breakers and interrupting electrical service to other appliances.
AMP Electric equips our team of licensed electrical technicians with a full suite of tools and installation components to ensure your rewiring service goes off without a hitch, no matter how large or small your new appliance or wiring project may be.