How will you leave my house at the end of the day? Do you keep your jobsite clean?
Our team is committed to excellent standards. Our goal is to leave no evidence that we were in your home or office. We take any garbage with us.
Will my project be done on time?
Every job site has a unique timeframe and schedule. We are committed to finishing your work as soon as possible.
Do I have to arrange for the permit and/ or inspection?
SG Group Electrical will arrange for all permits and inspections necessary to complete your project.
Do you supply free estimates?
Yes! We send a qualified, licensed electrician to check out your project. He will provide an accurate estimate of your electrical needs and costs.
My house has aluminum wiring, is it dangerous?
Aluminum wiring During the 1970’s, aluminum (instead of copper) wiring became quite popular and was extensively used. Since that time, aluminum wiring has been implicated in a number of house fires, and most jurisdictions no longer permit it in new installations. We recommend, even if you’re allowed to, that do not use it for new
What are the buttons on my GFCI outlet for?
Answer: Your GFCI outlet includes two buttons – a Test button (black) and a Reset button (red). Pushing the black test button will turn off the outlet and all other outlets within its circuit. The red Reset button turns the outlet (and all others included within the circuit) back on.
What does GFCI stand for?
Answer: GFCI stands for “ground fault circuit interrupter.”
Why is my breaker panel hot to touch?
Answer: If you find your breaker panel is hot, it is most likely overheating. This is a serious problem that could cause arcing in the breaker and needs to be replaced ASAP.
How do I reset a tripped breaker?
Answer: A tripped breaker is a nuisance. When it trips, an entire electrical circuit will not work, causing any electrical appliances or devices to not work as well. To fix it, follow the steps below: 1- Locate your circuit breaker panel (usually found in your basement, garage, or closet). 2- Locate the tripped breaker. This
Why do my lights flicker at home?
Answer: Flickering lights are annoying and may be a sign of a potentially dangerous electrical problem, or something simple – like a bulb that is on the fritz. If replacing a light bulb doesn’t work, call an electrician right away. Your flickering lights could be due to loose wiring and lead to an electrical fire.
Can I do my own electrical work?
Answer: There is no right answer to the question of “Can I do my own electrical work?” The answer depends on the electrical issue at hand. For example, changing a bulb or fixing a tripped breaker an easy fix for any homeowner. However, DIY electrical work can be very dangerous. If you’re unsure what your
Why do my smoke detectors keep beeping?
Answer: If a smoke detector keeps beeping, chances are you will need to replace its battery. The batteries in your home’s smoke detectors should be replaced annually to ensure maximum safety. But, if a battery is low, your smoke alarm will beep intermittently until the battery is replaced.