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Home Remodeling & Home Renovation
Home remodeling and renovation projects in Allen, Texas require expert electrical wiring completed by a licensed electrician! Especially if you are remodeling what are considered “wet areas,” rooms with plumbing such as kitchens and bathrooms, as these areas present extra health and safety concerns for your family and your home.
A Licensed Electrical Contractor in Allen, Texas, Nisat Electric is ready to assist with your electrical rewiring, remodeling and home improvement projects.
Are you remodeling your bath? Do you need to add a hot tub circuit? Does your kitchen remodel include adding wiring for additional appliances? Do you want to add recessed lighting over your new kitchen island? How about installing under cabinet lights? If you are upgrading appliances or tearing down walls, home electrical rewiring should be on your to do list.
Nearly every home renovation is likely to involve electrical rewiring or new wiring. When you remodel a room in your home, you affect the electrical circuit for that area. You may want to remodel your kitchen and move cabinets and appliances to give it a better flow. Your existing outlets will also need to be moved. You’ll need to make sure your current electrical system meets the demands of your evolving environment.
As such, the home remodeler you choose will determine not only the quality of the finished project, but also the electrical safety of your home. Anyone who performs electrical work in the state of Texas must be licensed. Unfortunately, many home remodeling companies do not hire qualified, licensed electricians; instead, they have one or two guys who “do everything,” often with disastrous consequences.
When your contractor does not have a qualified, licensed electrician perform the necessary electrical work:
Don’t assume that the company you hire to remodel your home is qualified to complete the electrical wiring necessary. Questions to ask any home remodeling professional before you hire:
Did you know that an electrician in Allen, Texas is required to obtain a permit from the city to complete certain electrical projects, especially if a new circuit is installed, or an existing one is to be extended? This is particularly important when a home is being remodeled.
Permits protect the property owner's interests. Before the electrician can fully complete the project and electricity is restored by the provider, an inspector must physically review and approve the work to ensure that it meets safety regulations. Only a Master Electrician or an Electrical Contractor can apply for the permit.
The National Electrical Code (NEC) is the standard for the safe installation of electrical wiring and equipment in the United States. The NEC, while having no legally binding regulation as written, is generally adopted by states and municipalities as the standards by which they enforce safe electrical practices within their jurisdiction.
Considered the benchmark for safe electrical installations, the NEC is published by the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) every three years.
Nisat Electric's experienced Master Electrician will make sure your electrical design fits in with your desired outcome and your home electrical wiring will be current with the latest National Electrical Code. Also, when you hire Nisat Electric as your electrician, you’ll take a proactive approach to preventing flickering lights, electrical fires, circuit breaker problems, and other electrical issues.
Only hire a Licensed Master Electrician! Verify that the electrician:
Nisat Electric is proud to maintain three different categories of electrician licenses in the State of Texas: Electrical Contractor, Master Electrician and Journeyman Electrician.
Before you hire someone to complete electrical work in your home or business, please take a few minutes to read Reviews from Nisat Electric customers as well as electrician licensing regulations and Nisat Electric's Licensure in the State of Texas.
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