University Park Electrician Contractor
University Park began as a cluster of homes in 1915. Today, it is an inner suburb of Dallas. As of 2010, the population was 23,068. University Park is surrounded by Dallas on three sides and the town of Highland Park to the south. The City of University Park operates several parks and public libraries as well as being the home of the mighty Southern Methodist University Mustangs.
University Park Back Up Home Generators
In times of emergencies, there is nothing better than having a University Park back up home generator installed by Arrow Electric for your home when a big thunderstorm knocks out your power. Having emergency backup power in your University Park homes to run much needed appliances like lights, refrigerators, heaters, and air conditioners is a comfort you will be able to enjoy. You can rest assured you are getting an efficient, high performance, reliable product when you choose from our selection of top rated Madisonville home generators.
University Park Electrical Repairs
At Arrow Electric, our team of qualified and professionally trained electricians will take care of your University Park residential electrical repairs and ensure the job is done safely and correctly. When you start to work with electrical wiring, outlets, and breakers, there is a chance that you will come into contact with electricity. Electricity is helpful but logically it could be very dangerous. Improper wiring and tampering with electrical components is a sure way to put yourself in harms way – whether that means an electrical shock today or an electrical fire tomorrow.
University Park Surge Protection
An upfront cost for the University Park whole house surge protector system and installation can seem extreme, but there is no comparison when you place that up against replacement costs. There are more devices plugged into your University Park home at this moment than you realize. If your home has a direct strike from lightning then you could be paying more than you want to get your home back to normal. The simple fact is that EVERYTHING that is PLUGGED in can be affected by lightning.
- Why Electrical Repairs Should Never Be a DIY Project
DIY projects can fun and rewarding, plus they can save you money. The work can often be done for a lower cost than hiring a professional, and it can be fulfilling to complete the job on your own. However, there are some jobs that always be left up to a professional, and at...Read More
- Upgrading Your Electrical System
When you’re considering updating your old electrical system, then you should also consider hiring a professional electrician. You want them to be able to come in and do the job that needs to be done, without having to put you in danger when you try to do so. Messing with old electric wires can cause...Read More