When you choose Synergy Electric, you choose more than a quick, one-time job because we work hard to build lasting relationships with our customers. Outdated or faulty fuse/circuit breaker panels and electrical wiring may cause electrocution or home fires. We understand that your time is valuable which is why we have a fleet of vehicles packed with the supplies needed for us to perform any electrical service quickly and efficiently. From Parking Lot lighting, Electrical Repairs, Service Changes or more we have you covered! We provide the full set of licensed electrical work in Nichols, from minor switch repairs, upgrades and rewiring in homes, to commercial electrical service and repair or complete design-build commercial electrical systems for new or retrofit facilities. 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.
Synergy Electric technicians will also show you how our safety devices and proper installation can prevent any future electrical issues. Synergy Electric is ready to service residents in Nichols whether you’re in need of simple maintenance for your home’s electrical system or you need in-depth repairs. Synergy Electric can diagnose and repair any electrical malfunction redistributing power heavy devices to ensure the safety of you and your appliances.
We have served over 10,000 residential and commercial customers throughout Florida. If you have outdated or improper wiring it won’t just cause inconvenient power outages and make your electrical system unreliable, but it could also be a major fire hazard. If you’ve noticed any problems with circuit breakers, power outages, or other issues related to electrical panels, call today to have it replaced or upgraded as necessary. We can diagnose the most typical electrical problems fast and efficiently saving you time and money. As power requirements continue to increase, prospective homeowners may look at old panels as a sign of an obsolete electrical system in disrepair.