Reliable Electrical Repairs in Merced & Stanislaus County
Here at Koehn Electric, our team of experienced electricians can are standing by and ready to help you with any and all electrical repairs, no matter how simple or complex the issue might be. Ever since we first opened our doors to the public, we have made it our mission to provide each and every one of our valued clients with the high quality electrical services they need to keep their home functioning as efficiently and effectively as possible. Whether you find yourself in need of minor electrical troubleshooting, or you are looking to have a number of problematic code violations corrected, our team of professional electricians have the skill and experience necessary to see the job done, and make sure it's done right.
Ceiling Fan Repairs
When it comes to the ceiling fans in your home there are any number of things that can go wrong with them, whether this is because of wiring faults, bad motors, or even split bearings. Regardless of what the root of the issue is, it is important to make sure that you have a professional on hand that you can trust to deliver you the kind of quality service you need to get your ceiling fans operating like they should once again. Our team of professionals will work our hardest to ensure that we get your ceiling fans operating at peak efficiency once more, and if that isn't possible, we will work with you to find the perfect replacement option that you are sure to love for many years to come.
The electrical system in your home is an incredibly complex organism, and sometimes when things start behaving like they shouldn't, it can be difficult to determine what exactly is causing the issue, and what needs to be done in order to get everything working again like it should be. Our team of professionals here at Koehn Electric can provide you with the high quality troubleshooting services you need to help determine exactly what it is that's causing issues within your system, and work to get them repaired in a timely and efficient manner so that you and your family can get back to enjoying your daily lives.
If you have an older home, your wiring is a bit outdated, or your home has suffered any kind of damaging power surges, you might find that some of the outlets around your home have suffered damage. Damaged outlets not only affect the overall appearance of your home, but they are also incredibly dangerous. Fixing a damaged electrical outlet is never something you want to try and undertake yourself, as it is still possible to do serious damage to your electrical system and to yourself if something isn't done correctly. When you need repairs for the outlets in your home that you can count on, the team of experts here at Koehn Electric are the ones to trust.
GFCI Electrical Outlets
Even if you aren't familiar with the name, GFCI (Ground Fault Circuit Interrupters) are something you have likely come across before, and something you likely have around your home in at least one place or another. Simply put, GFCI outlets are the outlets that have three prongs, instead of two, and are an extremely important part of making sure that you and your family are protected from the risk of electrical shocks. GFCI outlets are commonly found in any room of the house where you have large appliances, and like other aspects of your electrical system, they need to be updated from time to time. If it has been more than ten or twenty years since you had your electrical system updated, it is likely that your GFCI outlets are due for an update as well, and it's possible that you might want to have more installed throughout your home.
There is more that goes into installing a new spa or Jacuzzi than most homeowners think when they first make the decision to buy one. In order for you to get the maximum amount of enjoyment from your new spa or Jacuzzi setup, and to make sure that it is going to run safely, you are going to need to ensure that the wiring is all done properly, and done in such a way as to make sure it doesn't overload your home's electrical panel. Fortunately, our team of professionals here at Koehn Electric have the skill and experience to ensure just that. Don't entrust the safety of your new spa or Jacuzzi to just anyone. Give our team of professional electricians a call today and let us help you wire it up right.
If you have fluorescent lighting in your home, it is important to check on the condition of your ballasts from time to time in order to ensure that your lighting remains at a constant level, and you don't have to worry about your bulbs not working, or your bulbs dimming steadily each time you go to turn them on or off, or you hear an unmistakable buzzing noise coming from the bulbs themselves. With the help from our team of professional electricians, you can ensure that you don't wind up spending a great deal of money on new bulbs again and again when the issue might have just been your ballast all along.
Whole House Fans
If you are looking for a great way to keep your home cool without having to run the air conditioning all the time, a whole house fan might be exactly what you've been searching for. A whole house fan system works by pulling cooler air from outside your home and creating comfortable cross breezes with open windows while pushing the hot air back outside through your attic. Whole house fans are perfect for those cooler evenings where you are looking for a more cost efficient way of cooling your home down without having to flip on the air conditioning and rack up those big electric bills.
Attic & Exhaust Fans
Whether you realize it or not, the fans in your attic space were designed to do a great deal more than just sit up there and collect dust. The fans in your attic were originally designed to help circulate stale air from inside your home back outside while working to bring fresh air back in to be pumped throughout your home's interior. Of course, your attic fans can only do this when they are working properly, and for that you are going to want the name of a professional electrician that you can trust whenever the system breaks down or stops working like it should. Here at Koehn Electric, our team of professionals can help you repair your malfunctioning attic and exhaust fans to help you keep a healthy supply of fresh air in your home at all times.
Code Violations Corrected
The sad fact of the matter is that some homeowners out there entrust their electrical work to someone who either isn't qualified to do the work they were hired to do, or someone who hasn't been doing it long enough to know how to do the job right. In either case, it is very easy to wind up with code violations on your hands, and that can be a serious problem if you are ever looking to sell your home anytime down the line, or an inspector comes through and notices them. Not only can code violations be expensive to correct and hazardous to the overall safety of your home, but in some cases, they can even cause trouble with your insurance company if they are bad enough, or there are too many of them.
For reliable electrical repairs in Winton or any of the surrounding areas of Merced and Stanislaus County, please call Koehn Electric at 209-564-1038 or complete our online request form.
- 3 Reasons That You Should Have GFCI Outlets Installed In Your Home - A GFCI outlet differs from a regular two pronged outlet in that it has the third hole in the middle of the outlet that serves as a ground wire while the other two hole the neutral and hot wires respectively. This helps you outlet monitor the current flow in the two wires, and if it detects any kind of change in the electric flow, it will immediately cut it, preventing you and your family from suffering a shock. When it really comes down to it, there are several important reasons to have these specific outlets installed throughout your home, besides the fact that the electric code requires it, and our team of professional electricians have taken the time to list several of these in an effort to highlight their importance to you … Read More
- 3 Signs That You Might Need An Electrical Panel Upgrade - The electrical needs of the average home are much different today than they were even 15 years ago. With multiple appliances, computers, and other electronic devices working at the same time, all the time, most older electrical panels just weren't designed to handle the kind of electrical demands being placed on them in the average home today, and when that happens, it's time to make an upgrade. Our team of professional electricians have taken the time to put together a short list detailing just a few of the more common signs to be on the lookout for that might indicate when it's the right time to upgrade your home's old electrical panel … Read More