Residential Electrical Queen Anne: Re-wired home, ran ethernet & more

By Zach Euse | Aug 1, 2016 |

Job Type: Residential Electrical Location: Queen Anne Description of work: Re-wired majority of home. Ran Ethernet, cable, and low-volt lines. Installed all lighting fixtures. Client Review: Zach was absolutely wonderful! We general contracted a studs out remodel on our 8,000 square foot home. Of all of our sub contractors, Zach is one of 4 that I…

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Electrical Tips for Kitchen Safety

By Zach Euse | Jul 10, 2016 |

The kitchen, unfortunately, is where two-thirds of all home fires start. Here are tips to help you identify and correct potential hazards in your kitchen to stay safe: Clean your stove and oven on a regular basis, including the exhaust hood and duct over the stove. Do not keep towels, napkins, and potholders near the…

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Residential Electrical West Seattle: New panel, install wall heaters, & more

By Zach Euse | Jul 1, 2016 |

Job Type: Residential Electrical Location: West Seattle Description of work: New panel. Install wall heaters. Partial rewire. Recessed lighting. Repair of broken switches. Client Review: 1940s home where nothing is to standard and the wiring was done by some do it yourselfer. Replaced my horrible panel. Eric is the best! You have a life long…

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Residential Electrical Seattle: Replaced electrical panel & complete rewire

By Zach Euse | Jun 1, 2016 |

Job Type: Residential Electrical Location: Seattle Description of work: Replaced electrical panel. Completed a complete rewire for a 1,200 sf home. Client Review: I had just bought a new house and wanted the electrical work completed before I refinished my floors and moved in; therefore, I needed a contractor to start work ASAP. I was…

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Residential Electrical West Seattle: Replaced all electrical systems & more

By Zach Euse | May 1, 2016 |

Job Type: Residential Electrical Location: West Seattle Description of work: Replaced all the electrical systems in my entire house, the house was down to the bare studs. Zac who is the owner installed all the wiring, outlets, switches, cans, interior and exterior fixtures, heaters, phone, TV cable and some in-ceiling speakers. All in a timely…

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Tips for Getting the Most from Your Electrical Inspection

By Zach Euse | Apr 22, 2016 |

Electrical panels and circuitry tend to not be top of mind until a home or business owner realizes there is constant electrical tripping or something isn’t working. As the owner you are definitely not required to understand the intricacies of electricity so that is why it is important to hire a licensed electrician help with…

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Residential Electrical Kenmore: Upgraded electrical panel and much more

By Zach Euse | Apr 1, 2016 |

Job Type: Residential Electrical Location: Kenmore, WA Description of work: Upgraded electrical panel to 200 AMPs, installed an interlock kit in panel for a generator, grounded house, replaced line to water heater, installed a 3 way switch and replaced a non functioning light in garage, installed sensor light, installed 2 outlets outside (back and front), replaced…

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Should You Get a Portable Generator?

By Zach Euse | Jan 25, 2016 |

Wind, rain and snow are predicted this winter in the Northwest, which brings the fear of losing power for several days at a time. Many of the inconveniences are obvious and just a nuisance – no light at night, no oven, refrigerators with spoiled food, a flooded basement and lack of work productivity, especially if…

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Should I Update my Knob and Tube Wiring?

By Zach Euse | Jan 9, 2016 |

Should I replace my knob and tube wiring? This is a question we get asked often. If this is weighing on your mind, give us call! Every house is different and we can provide customized support to help you determine whether it is time to replace your knob and tube wiring. As you make your…

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Winter Tips for Saving Electricity and Staying Warm

By Zach Euse | Dec 15, 2015 |

Happy Holidays from all of us at Exact Electric! As temperatures drop your utility bills may go up. There are lots of free options to save on energy costs while keeping your home warm. And as we often say, safety first. Here are some great tips on how to make the winter season safe and…

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