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Electrical repairs will often feel extremely urgent, but it’s always important to hire a professional, licensed electrician for any electrical work. Self-repairs run the risk or serious injury to yourself and others as even small mistakes could cause future problems including fires (the National Fire Protection Agency even lists faulty electrical wiring as a major cause of house fires in the US). We have served over 10,000 residential and commercial customers in Tavares and throughout Florida. Synergy Electric has the knowledge and experience to deliver the highest quality electrical repair, installation and maintenance at the lowest prices.
Wiring, Component, and Electrical Panel Upgrades
If you suspect electrical components in your home aren’t performing safely, contact us as soon as you detect a problem and our electricians will perform a thorough evaluation of your problem to accurately identify the source of the issues you are experiencing. Call today for a free quote or estimate on your electrical service needs. 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 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. Our Tavares electricians can offer you a full inspection of your home’s wiring and let you know whether you need have it replaced in full or in part, or what repairs are necessary.
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. Synergy Electric can diagnose and repair any electrical malfunction redistributing power heavy devices to ensure the safety of you and your appliances. As power requirements continue to increase, prospective homeowners may look at old panels as a sign of an obsolete electrical system in disrepair.