Remodels & Home Inspections

All Systems Electric Electrician In Bend Oregon

Electrician For Home Remodel

We work with and partner with Developers, Builders and Homeowners on their remodel projects. And we pride ourselves on our ability to make your date!

A remodel can be a very stressful experience so why not reduce that stress by hiring a certified, licensed and respected electrician. We have received the Central Oregon Builders Association Excellence award many times and also won the coveted “People’s Choice” award.

We will work with your Lighting designer from day one to ensure your home will look the way you dream it will look. And, we use quality lighting products like those from Lutron.

Also, don’t forget that a remodel is a great time to include those desired extras like some new automation for your home, or that radiant floor heating in the bathroom you’ve been wanting.

And, don't forget the ASE Warranty. A 1-year warranty on all parts and labor on EVERY job, regardless of size.

Home Electrical Inspections

Hiring an electrician for a Home Inspection is probably one of the best investments you can make. You want to make sure you’re not overloading your panel, or having things like loose breakers or defective service panels. Homes built between 1965 and 1973 may contain aluminum wiring. Many homes with aluminum wiring remain safe for years. But aluminum has (at least) two problems. Where it exists, the wiring is probably at least 40 years old and needs an update. And aluminum is softer than copper and doesn’t conduct electricity as well which means more electricity used.

You’ll want to have a licensed, certified inspection to check for overlamping of light fixtures. While it’s not a wiring problem, it is a fire hazard. Overlamping happens when a homeowner uses a higher wattage light bulb (lamp) than what is recommended for the fixture. With a higher-wattage bulb, the fixture can heat up, melt, and start a fire.

Every kitchen, bathroom, and laundry room needs outlets with ground fault circuit interrupter or GFCI protection. GFCI outlets have a test button and some are labeled. But standard outlets might also have protection if the circuit is powered by a GFCI outlet in the breaker panel. Electricity touches every room in nearly every house. Even closets have wiring. Many attics and basements do, as well. With so many possibilities for defects and the fire hazards that accompany them, the electrical inspection is arguably one of the most important for any home. But once you develop a home inspection checklist, fewer defects will have a chance to slip past you.