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Call on the expertise of a Power Crew residential electrical contractor, and you’ll see the difference. To ensure you are fully informed, Power Crew presents an in-depth review of some of our products so that you can make a wise decision on your electrical needs. Every day we strive to provide the highest level of professional service with unsurpassed integrity and honesty.

The following is a short list of some of the products we install and service

(if you do not see what you are looking for please contact us):

Main Electrical Panel
The main electrical panel is the heart of your home’s electrical system. All the power supplied by your utility company enters your home through this panel; this includes circuit breakers to prevent overloads (too much power) of electricity in your home.

Sub Panel
A sub panel is separate from your main panel, and may be used because there isn’t enough space in the existing main electrical panel. Not all homes have a sub panel. 

Smoke Detectors
Smoke alarms/detectors are devices that are installed throughout your home that automatically detect the presence of smoke in case of fire. 

Lighting
Lighting is illumination that can be natural or artificial, for use in general applications and for specific areas for greater visibility.

Generators
In the event your home loses power from the utility company, generators are supplemental power producers that will provide electrical power to many of your home’s needs.

Surge Protection
Surge protection are devices that protect circuits, lines and electronics (TV’s, appliances, AC/Heaters, etc.) from experiencing damaging effects due to spikes and overloads. These spikes can come from both inside and outside of your home, call for more info today.
 

Ceiling Fans
Ceiling fans are devices used to circulate air in a room, which in turn can help save you money on heating and cooling your home.

Circuits/Wiring
Your home’s electrical system has many electric wires and circuits that help complete the flow of electricity throughout the house, providing power to all of your appliances and electronic devices.