Commercial electrical job installing a Main Panel with 208/120 volt in Chicopee MA
Commercial electrical job with sub panels bringing in 480/277 volt to the panel on the right with a transformer in the middle giving us 208/120 voltage to the panel on the left in Springfield MA
The possibility of water and electricity mixing, is one of the most life threatening combinations in our homes today. The modern home on the other hand demands an array of high tech equipment, ranging from the purest juicer to the broadest toaster not even naming the kettle, grill and bullet blender. All of this equipment shouts for an outlet that needs to be safe and available.
Below are a few rules and regulations:
Building remodel doing a 600 kcmil wire pull feeding a second floor electrical sub panel in Springfield MA
Residential progression image of a first floor remodel getting ready for installing recess cans with led trims for lighting in Suffield CT
Are you willing to risk the safety of your family and home to save money, is the first thing you should ask yourself before embarking on an electrical DIY afternoon. In most states the homeowner can pull his own electrical permit for work in his single family home, however in the case of damage or fire caused by his work, the homeowners insurance will not pay. Home insurance will only pay if the work is done by a licensed electrical contractor. It is also a violation for a licensed electrician to connect wiring that has been done by an unlicensed electrician, so anything you attempt at home will have to be re-done regardless. Over and above the financial implications there are potentially deadly consequences to doing your own electrical work, from high-voltage shock, internal injury or even nerve damage. At JTN electrical we are licensed specialists in our field, call us today for a quote.