Electricians Serving Los Angeles County, Orange County, Riverside County, San Bernardino County, and Ventura County
We offer a wide range of electrical services to residents throughout Southern California. Browse our services listed, and please contact our Los Angeles electricians to see how we can help!
Express Electrical Services has three conveniently located offices in Los Angeles, Santa Ana, and Riverside. These strategic locations allow us to provide same-day service and respond to emergencies. You can reach us 24/7, and a crew will arrive at your home in 60-90 minutes to fix the problem and restore your safety.
Whether you need an L.A. electrician on short notice or want to schedule service, our commitment to excellence and customer satisfaction ensures you benefit from high-quality:
How Do I Know I Need Los Angeles Electrician Services?
Definitely call us if your home electrical system hasn’t been inspected in years or it’s outdated. Flickering lights, frequently tripping breakers, buzzing sounds, burning odors, frayed wires, loose outlets, sparks, and shocks are other reasons to call an emergency electrician.
Can I Change an Outlet or Switch Myself?
Only attempt it if you have experience. The power must be cut at the circuit breaker and each wire must connect to a specific location. Our L.A. area electricians can look for faulty wiring and other issues you might miss, which can lead to costly repairs and put the safety of your household at risk.
When Should I Update My Home Wiring?
Aside from knob and tube wiring that doesn’t meet today’s standards, you should consider updating aluminum wiring. Installed between 1965 and 1973, it can present a fire hazard as it degrades. Copper wiring is more durable and resistant to temperature extremes.
What Are the Signs of a Bad Circuit Breaker?
Identify the affected breaker; then unplug electronics from the circuit and reset the switch. Call for help if a breaker won’t reset or trips soon after the power is restored. An L.A. electrician can test the breaker and its wiring to determine if there’s an overload, faulty wire, mechanical problem, or damaged electrical panel.
What Type of Electrical Service Should I Have?
Residential service panels come in 100-amp, 200-amp, and 400-amp capacities. We recommend at least a 200-amp panel that can power your entire home, including air conditioners, dishwashers, jacuzzis, and other appliances without an overload.
Do I Need an Electrician to Install Home Automation Equipment?
Home automation comes in many forms. While you can plug a digital assistant into a Wi-Fi network, more advanced equipment such as security systems, sensors, and controllers require complex wiring work only a trained and experienced electrician should perform.