Let Talk Electrical Home System Safety Inspection.

When was the last time you had your home’s electrical system inspected for safety? There seems to be an increase in power surges lately. Having an electrician come out and evaluate your home can save you money in the end.

Let’s talk about whole house surge protectors. What does a whole house surge protector do? It protects your expensive electrical solid-state equipment. Like your home entertainment system, home office equipment and kitchen appliances, to name a few.   

Used as a primary protector hard-wired to your service panel outside your home, will help protect against power surges coming into your panel box. You should also have secondary protectors inside your home, to cover the power surges you have inside your home. Your home ground plays a very important roll too.

To keep your home and equipment safe, I recommend calling professional electrician to come out and doing a safety inspection. Right now, you can get 10% off an electrical home safety inspection when you mention this blog.

Call 916-929-7995 to schedule an appointment today.


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What is LED Lighting and its advantages?

If you recently been to a hardware store you may have noticed many different options.

LED lighting is up to 80% more efficient than traditional lighting and has longer life span.

They are low maintenance, low power consumption, omits less heat, more durable, last longer, brighter and cost efficient.

In addition, LED are made with nontoxic materials, unlike the older traditional fluorescent lights.

LED lighting is currently available in a wide variety of home and commercial products, and the list is growing every year.

If you would like to know more, give us a call and set up an appointment to have a tech come out to go over options with you.

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Flickering Lights? What Does It Mean?


Flickering Lights? What Does It Mean?

Don’t panic, flickering lights does not mean you have a ghost in your home! Flickering or blinking lights are usually a common problem. Some of the usual suspects for your flickering are below.


Appliances may be pulling large amounts of current on start up, causing a voltage drop.

Faulty light or fixture switch.

Problems with your bulb, (not tight enough).

It can also mean something else is going on, so to be safe call an electrician. We don’t guess we test!


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What Can a Panel Service Do For You?


Do you take your car in for service? Most people will say yes. Well, what about your home? Have you ever had your panel serviced? Most people would not think about servicing their breaker panel.


Electrical current generates heat which makes metal expand and contract when cooled. Over time this loosens up your connections. Therefore, like you service your car to keep things running smoothly. You should have a panel service every five years.

Call today to book your panel service 916-929-7995.




Wondering how to set up an appointment with an electrician during the COVID-19 pandemic?

Guidelines have been set up and are available online from both local and federal government agencies that show which businesses qualify as essential during the COVID. Electricians are considered an essential service provider.

If you are looking to do a new install, repairs or maintenance, we are here for you! We are available 24/7 for your emergency needs too. We handle residential and light commercial. 

Priority 1 Electric has been in business for 27 plus years servicing residential and commercial customers, ensuring the work is in accordance code. Our technicians strive to provide their customers with the highest quality service.  

To set up an appointment with us give us a call at 916-929-7995 and speak with our dispatcher. She will discuss your concerns and come up with a strategy on how to complete your project.


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