From our office in Raleigh, NC, Powermaster Electric provides top-quality residential electrical service to clients throughout the central parts of North Carolina. As a part of our complete listing of service available to homeowners, we also offer electrical installation.
From panel installation to adding a generator, Powermaster Electric can install just about anything that needs electrical in your Raleigh-area home.
Powermaster Electric Handles All of Your Raleigh-area Electrical Installation Needs
Installing wiring, panels, cabling and more isn’t easy — our electricians are accessible, helpful and efficient. Let Powermaster Electric install electrical for your new:
- Air Conditioner
- Ceiling Fan
- Circuit Breaker
- Electrical Box
- Exhaust Fan
- Fuse Box
- Smoke Detector
- Swimming Pool
- Hot Tub/Spa
- Carbon Monoxide Detector
- Home Entertainment System
- Audio System
- Electric Water Heater
- and more
When installing any of these particular items, it’s important to remember that our electricians always work within, and often exceed, all regulations for wiring, electricity capacity and more. Ignoring these local and national laws is simply no way to do business and it will never be an issue for us.
Partner with Professional Installers
Powermaster Electric often admires the electrical work and independent spirit of many local do-it-yourselfers — however, because we are invited into so many Raleigh-area homes, we also see the downside of letting inexperienced homeowners do installation work themselves.
Working on electrical projects in the home is challenging and dangerous — you need certified and insured experts at hand to tackle your job. Don’t put your life, of the lives of others, at risk — reach out to Powermaster Electric today!
We provide residential and commercial electrical service in Raleigh, Cary, Apex, Garner, Fayetteville, Smithfield, Dunn, Pinehurst, Holly Springs and other surrounding NC cities in Wake, Johnston, Cumberland, Harnett and Moore County. Contact us online or by phone at (919) 855-0331.