Electricians In Smithville, MO
Powered by Decades of electrician experience in Smithville, MO, and hundreds of satisfied local KC metro customers, our local electrical contractors work day and night to fix all your electrical and power supply problems!
Call the experienced, locally-based team at Able Electric whenever you need electrical repairs, electrical upgrades, electrical installations, or services by local electrical contractors in Smithville, MO!
Our decades of electrical experience, our staff of electricians, and our business depend on solving your problems. Able Electric is BBB Accredited as a residential and commercial electrician serving the Smithville area and all of Clay County, Missouri. Able Electric can professionally solve all of your residential and commercial electrical repair and installation needs.
Call Us For Local Smithville Electrician Services
Whether you need an old broken outlet repaired, a new ceiling fan installed or your electrical panel or breaker box upgraded, our electrical repair contractors always ready to solve any electrical problem you may have!
Our local Smithville electricians are available Monday-Friday from 8am – 8pm to handle your service requests. Don’t risk dealing with home electrical problems yourself. Call an experienced electrical contractor at Able Electric today!
Residential & Commercial Electrical Safety Inspections in Clay County, MO
Many homes and offices in Smithville and throughout Clay County have outdated and even dangerous electrical equipment, especially older homes.
Bathrooms, kitchens, and outdoor outlets should all have GFCI (Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter) outlets for safety. Another common electrical danger we see during residential safety inspections is two-pronged receptacles. These outlets don’t have a third prong that protects against a short in the wire that could shock someone.
Many of the electrical panels or breaker boxes are outdated and pose a fire hazard as well. Let us perform a home safety inspection or commercial property safety inspection on your Smithville, MO, or Kansas City area property. We help to identify and fix these common, hidden electrical dangers.
Affordable Outlet, Wiring, Lighting, and Electrical Installation Service Pros
One of the things that definitely sets us apart from other electricians and electrical contractors in Smithville and the Clay County, MO area is our service rates. Because we’re not a large company with lots of overhead, we can offer the most competitive prices in Smithville & the Kansas City metro.
If you don’t believe us, call the local team at Able Electric today for a free estimate!
We’ll quote you a price. If you need indoor lighting, outdoor lighting, and wiring for remodeling projects, we can help! Call Able Electric today for BBB-accredited, fast, and affordable residential electrician services in Smithville, Kansas City, Liberty, Overland Park, Merriam, Leawood, Olathe, Prairie Village, Gladstone, North KC, Lenexa, Riverside, Independence, MO, and all of Clay County, Missouri.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
See some of our answers to the most frequently asked questions that our local electricians in Smithville, MO, and the Kansas City metro get asked. Don’t hesitate to give us a quick call if you have any additional questions or would like a service quote!
Q: Is my home’s wiring up-to-date?
A: Most homeowners and inspectors cannot always identify the age of their home’s wiring. It takes a trained electrician to do this. If your home was built between 1920 and 1960, the electrical wiring that was used has a tendency to dry rot and cause many problems. Your house should be professionally inspected to determine if your wiring is up-to-date.
Q: Am I responsible for the service cable and meter box?
A: Yes, you as the homeowner are responsible for the meter box and the connection to your property from the electric company’s equipment.
Q: Do you give free estimates?
A: Yes, we offer free estimates on electrical repairs and installations in Smithville, MO, and throughout the Kansas City metro area.
Q: Why do my fuses blow or breakers trip?
A: Usually this is because you have overloaded the circuit with things like; air conditioners, microwaves, plug-in heaters, toasters, etc. It does not always matter how big your service is, it usually has to do with a branch circuit, which goes from the breaker box to the problem-causing device.
Q: Why does my house have blinking lights sometimes?
A: There are several possible reasons for this as well; you may need more branch circuits throughout the house, or you may have some loose connections in your electrical breaker box, meter box, or even throughout the house. This could cause a potential fire and we recommend an inspection to fully identify the issue.
Q: What are GFCI devices?
A: A GFCI (Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter) is a device that quickly breaks an electrical circuit to prevent serious harm from an ongoing electric shock. They are required in bathrooms, kitchens, basements, garages, and outside. These are life-saving devices against electrical shock.
Q: What are arc fault breakers and why do I need them?
A: An arc-fault circuit interrupter (AFCI) also known as an arc-fault detection device (AFDD) is a circuit breaker that breaks the circuit when it detects an electric arc in the circuit to help protect & prevent electrical fires. They monitor the current and discriminate between normal and unwanted arcing conditions. Arc fault breakers are primarily designed to protect against electrical fires caused by arcing in your home.