Electrical Remodeling

Do you need electrical help with a home remodeling project?

 Electrical For Remodeling Projects In Enoch & Cedar City.
We offer electrical upgrades, new installations, and relocations for remodeling projects

Are you remodeling or renovating your home or business? During renovations it’s common to need to the services of a licensed electrician and it could be for a variety of reasons. Maybe you’re relocating light switches or outlets? Maybe you’d like to modernize an older electrical system? Maybe you’re building a new addition and need to have it properly wired? Whatever your reason for needing an electrician for your remodeling or renovation project we’re glad you’ve found our website.

Ampere Electric is a full service electrical contractor serving the Enoch and Cedar City area. We specialize in doing the electrical work for remodeling and renovation projects in homes and businesses. From rewiring your bathroom to replacing lighting systems, service upgrades, and more. The team at Ampere Electric can provide you with the electrical solutions you need to ensure your newly remodeled is energized, safe, and reliable.

Remodeling & Renovation Electrical Services We Offer

During remodeling or renovation projects all work will need to be inspected. Ampere Electric is licensed and insured and we complete all remodeling electrical work to meet or exceed national electric codes. Your new remodel or renovation will have a safe, reliable, and trouble-free electrical system.

Why Choose Ampere Electric for Your Renovation Electrical Needs?

When you choose to work with Ampere Electric to install or upgrade the electrical for your home or commercial renovation project you’re partnering with a small, local, company that has extensive experience in the electrical trades. We are licensed by the state of Utah and insured to work on the electrical systems inside of your home or building.

As an owner/operated company you can have the peace-of-mind knowing that any electrical work we complete will meet or exceed local electrical safety codes. The work we do will be safe and reliable and we also back all of our work with a 1 year warranty on our workmanship.

If you’d like to receive an estimate to handle the electrical portion of your home remodel, home addition, or other renovation give us a call at 435-868-1940 or fill out our online contact form and someone will be getting right back to you.

Electrical Services For Remodeling Projects

We can provide a variety of electrical services for home remodeling or renovation projects

Electrical Panel Upgrade: Upgrading the electrical panel to accommodate an increased load due to new appliances or systems.

Wiring and Rewiring: Replacing outdated or unsafe wiring and adding new wiring for remodeled spaces.

Installing Light Fixtures: Safe and correct installation of new light fixtures, including recessed lighting, chandeliers, pendant lights, under-cabinet lighting, or outdoor lighting.

Installing Electrical Outlets and Switches: Installation of new outlets and switches when walls are added or moved.

Relocation of Electrical Outlets and Switches: We can relocate existing outlets and switches to more convenient or efficient locations based on the redesign of the room.

Grounding Electrical Systems: Ensuring the electrical system is safely grounded.

Installing GFCI Outlets: Installation of GFCI outlets in areas where water is present for safety.

Wiring for Major Appliances: Installation of dedicated circuits for major appliances.

Home Automation System Installation: Wiring of smart home features such as automated lighting, security systems, or HVAC control.

Electrical Inspection and Code Compliance: Inspecting the home's electrical system for code compliance.

Smoke and Carbon Monoxide Detector Installation: Installation of additional smoke and carbon monoxide detectors as needed.

Wiring for Specialized Rooms: Specific electrical wiring, outlets, or light fixtures for specialized rooms like home theaters or workshops.

Installing Backup Generators: Installation and wiring of a backup generator to the home's electrical system.

Electrical Surge Protection: Adding devices to the electrical panel to protect the home's electrical system and devices from power surges.

Questions About Electrical For Your Remodel?

Ideally, you should involve an electrician early in the planning stages of your renovation. They can guide you on electrical requirements, help prevent potential issues, and ensure your renovation plan complies with local electrical codes.

Some signs of outdated wiring can include frequently blown fuses or tripped circuit breakers, lights that dim or flicker, outlets that are discolored or spark, or a persistent burning smell. However, the best way to know for sure is to have an electrician inspect your wiring.

Major appliances can draw a lot of power and may require you to upgrade your electrical panel. Your electrician can assess your current panel and the power draw of your new appliances to determine if an upgrade is necessary.

Yes, many electricians are knowledgeable about home automation systems and can assist with the installation of smart switches, thermostats, security systems, and more.

Absolutely. An electrician can move light switches and outlets to new, more convenient locations based on your renovation plans.

Yes, both bathrooms and kitchens have specific requirements for GFCI outlets, which help prevent electric shock in areas where water is present. Your electrician can ensure these are properly installed. In kitchens, dedicated circuits might be needed for major appliances.

Yes, we can assist with all kinds of lighting changes, from installing new light fixtures to adding recessed lighting or track lighting. We can also help you choose energy-efficient options.

Upgrading an electrical panel involves replacing your existing panel with one that can handle more electrical current. This usually requires rewiring from the meter to the panel and from the panel to your home's existing electrical system.

Hiring a licensed electrician is the best way to ensure safety and code compliance. After the work is done, it can be inspected by a city or county inspector to confirm that everything is up to code.

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