Serving homes and businesses throughout Central New Jersey
Wiring brings power to all devices and appliances in your home or business. It may not look like rocket science, but it does in fact require experience and diligence to be done correctly. The safety of your family and home depends on it.
From minor to major projects, First Class Electric's certified electricians install up-to-code wiring in homes and businesses throughout Central New Jersey. Our work is 100% guaranteed and comes with a lifetime warranty on labor.
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Why You Need a Certified Electrician
Todays electrical needs have changed significantly over the last few decades. Now it's typical to have several computers in one home or business. Many homes are also fitted with theater systems, televisions, appliances, blenders, toasters, and more.
It's critical that the electrical wiring in your home or business is current with National Electrical Code (NEC) standards. The purpose of the electrical code is to protect you from electrical shock and fire hazard. That’s why it is very important that any wiring be done by a licensed electrical contractor who knows the electrical codes and the constant code updates by the NEC.
Key components include: wire size, wiring method, amount of circuits, amount of devices and lights per circuit, and design of the electrical system, just to name a few. Even if only one of these components is incorrectly installed, it could cause a chain reaction of failures and sometimes lead to loss of power or fire.
First Class Electric has electricians who know what wiring is needed and how it needs to be installed. It doesn’t matter if just one circuit needs to be wired or the entire residence. If in doubt whether your wiring is safe or you need a new installation, you can always rely on First Class Electric for any minor or major wiring projects. Contact us now.
Wiring Considerations by Room
Some of the more complex wiring systems in the home are located in the kitchen, basement and bathrooms.
These are especially important as they are some of the most hazardous areas of the home. A lot of underlying electrical structures are located in these areas, and they are the most frequently renovated rooms in the home.
Electrical supply to the kitchen is very important as there are many essential appliances that consume large amounts of power located here. First Class Electric wires and fixes many electrical related issues in existing kitchens as well as new renovations.
The main components of kitchen wiring requiring dedicated circuits are refrigerators, microwaves, dishwashers, garbage disposals, and cookers. Countertop receptacle outlets should be Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter (GFCI) outlets. These protect individuals from being electrocuted if they come into contact with conductors of electricity (metal, water) which are prevalent in the kitchen.
In addition to main components, kitchens can also consist of different lighting options such ceiling fans, recessed lights, under cabinet lights as well as other types of light fixtures.
Bathrooms undergo renovations frequently. Key electrical components that are often replaced are exhaust fans, GFCI outlets, and light fixtures.
Wiring must be done professionally because of safety issues posed by water. First Class Electric has electricians who can wire a new bathroom or help you with any repairs in your existing bathroom.
Finishing a basement can give you a lot of extra living space and requires a great deal of electrical planning and installation.
There are many options for electrical components depending on your needs. Many homeowners choose to use recessed or track lights to light their basements, outlets are required by the National Electrical Code (NEC) protocols, and often flat screen televisions are installed.
Our electricians can give you their professional opinion of what approaches you can take on the wiring and lighting design of your basement.
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