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Residential Electricians & Electrical Service for Home Remodels in New Jersey

Residential Electricians & Electrical Services in New JerseyThe residential electricians at Team Electric, Plumbing, & Air offers electrical service for home remodels in New Jersey. Our electrical company offers electrical repair and install in areas such as Manalapan, Middletown, Trenton, Princeton, Elizabeth, Old Bridge, and Jackson. When you are ready to update and remodel your home, Team Electric Plumbing & Air has licensed electricians ready to help you out. When you need a New Jersey Electrician, we are your answer.

Copper Wire Installation From Licensed Residential Electricians

If you have a home that was built in the 1960’s or early 1970’s, you might have aluminum wiring. Aluminum wiring was used when copper prices were high. The problem is that aluminum wiring is not as safe or reliable as copper. Our residential electricians will help you convert your home to copper wiring to ensure you and your family are safe. We offer electrical service and wire installation in New Jersey.

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Our electrical company offers electrical service, outlet installation, light replacements, data line installation, and copper wire replacement services in New Jersey


Light Installation, Outlet Installation, & Electrical Service in New Jersey

Maybe you are doing a complete remodel of your kitchen and want to move outlets or install different lights. Our certified, experienced residential electricians have the skills necessary to make certain that everything is installed right – and just how you want it. Our electrical company offers outlet and light installation in counties such as Monmouth County, Camden County, Burlington County, Mercer County, Union County, and Middlesex County.

Outlets and Lights: The residential electricians at Team Electric, Plumbing, & Air are able to install can lights or other types of lights in your kitchen. We are also able to perform large to small outlet installation projects in areas such as your home office, kitchen, bedrooms, laundry room, basement, or bathroom. The staff at our electrical company can run the wires, install the plugs and make certain that your circuit breaker has room for the new additions. Maybe you have a bedroom where there weren’t any ceiling lights and you want to remodel. Our New Jersey electricians will provide reliable electrical service and make certain the light switches are where you want them and install the type of light fixture you want. When you are doing a kitchen or bathroom remodel, our residential electricians will make certain your electrical outlets are GFCI rated and up to code. If the exterior of your home needs lighting, flood lights, or outlets, the staff at our electrical company will make sure that everything is installed with the right waterproof materials.

Home Theater: Maybe you are converting an oversized bedroom into a home theater. You are going to want surround sound and enough outlets for your television and home theater. Our residential electricians offer electrical outlet installation and electrical replacement services in New Jersey. With Team Electric Plumbing & Air you get electricians that have experience with every type of electrical wiring. That means, you will have the outlets you need and the wiring and outlets for your speakers will be ready for you to use when your renovation project is complete.

Phone lines: If you want phone outlets moved, or installed in different rooms, we can help you with that as well.

Team Electric Plumbing & Air

From phone and cable lines to data and standard electricity, our residential electricians have the experience needed to help you complete the electrical side of your home renovation project. When you call Team Electric Plumbing & Air, you are putting our years of expertise to work for you. Give us a call at 732-201-3305 and experience our superior customer service for yourself.

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