We can manage any type of residential electric work.
Our general technicians are not only seasoned and vetted, but they also know how to provide the customer service you're after.
As a local electrician in Arlington, Texas, we can handle any problem with your electrical system, any rewiring work, electrical outlet installation, electrical fixture repairs, and more.
We are very proud of the work we do at Northern Texas Roofing & Construction, and we want you to be proud to recommend them to your friends. That starts with trust, and trust our electricians at NTRC, as they have passed thorough background checks and state permits.
We make sure they do quality work that our customers want over and above expectations.
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Here are answers to the most popular questions we get from clients interested in our Electrical Service:
My Lights Are Flickering. What Is Wrong?
There are a few potential causes for flickering lights. One possibility is that there is a loose connection in the circuit. This can happen if a wire becomes damaged or disconnected, or if there is a problem with the switch or outlet. Another possibility is that there is a problem with the power supply. This can happen if the voltage is too high or low, or if there is a power outage. If the flickering is severe, it could also be caused by a short circuit.
My Outlet Is Not Working. What Can I Do?
There are a few things you can do if your outlet is not working. First, check to see if the outlet is receiving power by plugging in a lamp or other small appliance. If the outlet still does not work, you may need to reset the circuit breaker or replace the fuse. If you have outlets that are not working in multiple rooms, there may be an issue with the main electrical panel. You will need to contact a licensed electrician to inspect and repair the panel.
My Circuit Breakers Are Constantly Tripping. What Is Wrong?
There are a few potential causes for your circuit breakers to be constantly tripping. It could be due to an overloaded circuit, which happens when too many devices are plugged into one circuit. Another possibility is that there is a short circuit somewhere in the wiring, which can happen if the insulation around the wires is damaged. Lastly, it could be that the circuit breaker itself is faulty and needs to be replaced.
Can I Get A Price Estimate?
We are big advocates of truly transparent and fair pricing. If you know exactly how much work you need done, making the decision to call NTRC to speak with a member of our staff is a fantastic way to get started. Many times, we can give you a free consultation on the phone, in which case the price of repair or remediation will be calculated. Otherwise, we may need to provide an on-site inspection first to determine the appropriate price and ensure the repair is safe. Either way, you'll get a ballpark estimate before we begin the work.