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Electrical Remodeling Services in Minneapolis

If you are thinking of giving your home a brand new look, turn to Randy’s Electric to make sure the wires, switches, fuses and everything else electrical works the way it should.

We assist in any type of home remodeling project, including kitchen, bath and room additions.

Electrical Remodeling Work in Minneapolis

If you want to undertake an electrical remodeling project and just don’t know where to begin, then please contact Randy’s Electric. Our expert electricians can help you plan and get started on your new remodeling project. We can save you money in the long run by ensuring appliances and other objects do not have to be relocated in order for your electrical system to work properly. Our Minneapolis electrical remodeling contractors can install new wiring to add to the convenience of your home, or re-wire present systems to keep your home safe.

Kitchens – From small kitchen remodels to lavish kitchen upgrades, we do it all. We can install dishwashers and garbage disposals, under-cabinet lights and outlets, new circuits with ground fault protection and even icemakers.

Baths – One of the most important considerations in any bathroom remodel is the placement of Ground Control Fault Interrupters, or GCFIs. A GFCI outlet receptacle will make sure that you and your family members are protected from ground faults, which occur when electricity, instead of following its normal path – an electrical wire – passes through a person’s body to the ground. That person becomes a conductor (wire) and you may know this condition as an electrical shock.

When remodeling your Minneapolis bathroom, it is important to understand the importance, and requirement, of GFCI receptacle protection. Do not risk electrocution – have these outlets installed.

At Randy’s Electric, we understand the importance of GFCI outlets. We have the expertise you need to take care of those and all your other bathroom remodeling electrical needs. Protect your family by choosing Randy’s Electric as your professional bathroom remodeling electrical contractor.

Room Additions – Our electricians have years of experience in the electrical systems that go into a room addition. We are skilled in problems unique to room additions, such as requirements for basement conversions, re-wiring circuit breakers for second-story additions, handling problems in basement additions, and other circuitry, panel and wire complexities associated with room additions.

You need a licensed and professional electrician and contractor in order to tackle this sort of project as safely as possible. Working on your electrical system can be extremely hazardous if you do not have the proper experience. Please do not try this yourself; call a licensed and expert electrical technician from Randy’s Electric. We will give you an up front quote or estimate before any work begins so that you know what will happen before any wires are stripped or any circuits removed.


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26% of respondents who claimed to have tested at least one of their GFCI receptacles discovered one that was not working properly. Be sure to test your AFCIs and GFCIs: www.esfi.org/resource/5-easy-steps-to-a-safer-home-404

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Federal Pacific breaker panels remain in thousands of local homes since the equipment was common in new home construction from the early 1960's into the 1980's....The panels have been blamed for many local fires, and they even have been suspected to be the culprit of some some fatal ones.

If you have concerns about the panel or breakers in your home, contact us right away at 763-560-5600 for an estimate. We can go over all of the options and pricing with you. Check out our video for more information, or the Star Tribune article in the comments.
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