Synergy Electric has been the leader in electrical services since 1999 providing superior service within the state of Florida for commercial customers and now we are proud to provide residential electrical services in the Copeland area. We specialize in residential service so whether it’s upgrading fixtures, increasing safety or conserving energy, our goal is to provide excellent electrical service and repairs. We have served over 10,000 residential and commercial customers throughout Florida. We can diagnose the most typical electrical problems fast and efficiently saving you time and money. Call today for a free quote or estimate on your electrical service needs.
Our Typical Electrical Services
Would installing a ceiling fan take the edge off of summer’s heat or building a new home from scratch and want to ensure the wiring is perfect from the start? We can replace components in your system with energy efficient counterparts that will save money; you may even be eligible for rebates from the electric company. We believe that by the time our electrician leaves your home, you should know without a doubt that your home’s electrical system is safe and in accordance with the state and local electric code. For everyone’s security and safety, every electrician at Synergy Electric is required to stay up-to-date with current electrical laws and codes, and their ability to spot code violations is of critical importance for safety when they are inspecting existing electrical installations.
Copeland Electrical Panel Upgrades
If you have outdated or improper wiring it won’t just cause inconvenient power outages and make your electrical system unreliable, but it could also be a major fire hazard. Synergy Electric upgrades and installs any service equipment and brings the grounding up to code and can also suggest other changes to increase your electric service efficiency. If your wiring hasn’t been replaced within the last 20 years, there’s a good chance that all or part of your home needs to be rewired. Outdated or faulty fuse/circuit breaker panels and electrical wiring may cause electrocution or home fires.