1. Are you browsing for residential San Antonio electrical contractors?
2. Do you need support with breaker boxes or meter bases?
3. Interested in surge protection, lighting, or even home improvements?

There is no Electrical duty that is too huge or small for San Antonio electrical contractors.
Call us today to learn how we can help with your residential electrician needs or fill out our online request form to hear from San Antonio electrical contractors.residential electricians

-Ordinary Services Offered
-Need a Second Opinion
-Electrical System
-Home Safety Checks

If you are in need of San Antonio electrical contractors or just someone to help you with those electrical jobs you need done, then you can chose from our many electrical handyman services. Here is a list of the more common electrical jobs we receive:

* Rewiring
* New sockets hooked up where there was none or replace aged sockets
* Security lights put in
* Innovative Lighting Designs- New lights fitted like spotlights
* Alarms hooked up
* CCTV put in
* Garden light and power
* Replacement fittings and fixtures
* Kitchen & Bathroom Electrics
* Cooker installation & extractor fans
* Doorbells fitted
* Extension wiring
* Garage wiring
* Attic conversion wiring
* Fuse box upgrades

We also do the full testing certification, this should be done in homes every ten yrs.


Electrical Wiring

The majority of electrical fires result from troubles with “fixed wiring” like faulty electrical outlets and aged wiring. Troubles with cords and plugs, like extension and electrical device cords, also cause many home electrical fires.electrical services

In the San Antonio area, faulty wiring accounts for 33% of residential electrical fires.
Countless stoppable electrical fires can even be traced to misuse of electric cords, for instance, overloading circuits, poor maintenance, and running the cords beneath rugs or in high traffic areas.

Home Appliances

The home appliances most often implicated in electrical fires are electric stoves and ovens, dryers, central heating units, televisions, radios, and record players.

San Antonio Electrical Contractors Safety Precautions
-Routinely safety tests your home appliances and wiring.
-Tattered wires can produce fires. Change out all damaged, old or broken appliance cords at once.
-Use electrical extension cords intelligently and don’t overload them.
-Store electrical appliances from moist flooring and counters; pay particular mind to electrical appliances in the bathroom and kitchen.
-When buying electrical appliances inspect for products evaluated by a nationally recognized laboratory
-Do not permit kids to play around electrical appliances such as space heaters, curling iron, and hair dryers.
-Keep clothing, curtains, and other likely combustible items a minimum of three ft from all heaters.
-If an appliance has a 3 prong plug, use it only in a 3-slot outlet. In no way force it to fit into a two-slot outlet or extension cord.
-On no account overload extension cords or wall sockets. Immediately shut off, then professionally swap out, light switches that are hot to the touch and lights that sputter.
-Utilize protection closures to “child-proof” electrical outlets.
-Check your electrical tools habitually for signs of wear and tear. If the cords are unraveled or cracked, change out them. Substitute any tool if it creates even minor electrical shocks, overheats, shorts out or gives off smoke or sparks. more here @ https://goodelectricsa.com

San Antonio Electrical Contractors Home Safety Checks
After completion of each duty, your electrician will carry out a FREE Home Safety Check to make sure your dwelling is free of hazards and up to code.

San Antonio Electrical Contractors Inspection contains:
-Your San Antonio electrical contractors will inspect your breaker box and tighten connections
-We inspect your meter base and guarantee proper grounding
-We guarantee good G.F.C.I protection in required areas
-Your San Antonio electrical contractors will visually check the wiring in your attic
-CO detectors and smoke alarms will be tested and batteries replaced if required at a cost of $0 (ceilings under 12ft)
-Wiring hazards, hanging fixtures, or anything your San Antonio electrical contractors find that might be injurious to you or your family will be brought to your attention.


Let our San Antonio Electrical Contractors handle any of your lighting wishes
Track Lighting
Fluorescent lighting
Ceiling fans
Under-cabinet lighting
Can lights
Outdoor lighting
Floods- security around your home
Attic lighting

Need another Opinion from San Antonio electrical contractors?

Listen, we recognize that spending thousands of dollars can be unforeseen. We urge getting a second opinion for any sizeable job. Maybe a 3rd opinion is a decent idea. Upgrading or adding to your existing electrical system is a major decision.

Here are three chief things when comparing estimates San Antonio Electrical Contractors
Are all estimates for the exact same work. You need to make sure you are comparing apples to apples.
Check warranty information. How long a company stands behind their work is often good for decision making.
Are all estimates pretty close in cost We do have an industry common cost for electrical work? Bids that look as if to be extremely elevated ought to really be examined closely.
There are many companies working illegally lacking insurance, licenses, or a Master Electrician who charge particularly reduced prices. There are also agencies who charge 3X the normal asking price of work and anticipate you pay because you don’t know any better. If you do have any questions, please call us and San Antonio electrical contractors will be happy to help out.

Its been a very busy couple of months already, there’s lots of stuff going on and we haven’t kept much record of it, as fast and big changes bring lots of things to do and little time to tell. So, here is a short summary of the stuff that’s been going on in and around The ReAktion lately.


We have left Vancouver for a while, came back to Chile for some months to finish the recording of the album (only vocals and some samples to go), before Garth gets his hands on it again to mix and master. We had a blast up there, and we can’t be more happy and thankful for the great people we met and the awesomemoments we had together. Since plane fares are a bit too much for nomad pockets, we sent most of our gear on a ship at the end of August, and we just received our stuff back a couple of days ago. On the right you can see Leo with a nice “I’m glad its all in one piece” look on his face.


During our time here, we will keep playing shows and working on our live performance. We have some wicked visuals coming up, hand-made by Leo himself, and we’re looking to work with some very talented guys on amazing visual effects.


And speaking of shows, we have some great gigs coming up. This next Sunday October 27th, we will be playing at the 2013 edition of RUTHLESS FESTIVAL, where we’ll be sharing the stage with some awesome chilean bands like Aneurisma, Rama, Boa, Testigo, All Tomorrows and many more. Also, on November 2nd we will be playing with Cleaver at Rockaxis Pub, one of the best rock bars just opened in Santiago. Keep your eyes peeled for more dates, or just follow our tour updates


Finally, we had a very exciting visit last Sunday. Sid Wilson (#0, Slipknot) came for a couple of days to meet us and work with us on a song. He had just headlined Monsters of Rock in Brazil, took a days of with his awesome girl Tita and they came down for a short visit. We had an awesome couple of days, fed them some nice chilean seafood and had a great party/production session with him, going over one of the songs for our new album. Our best wishes for Sid on the next part of their tour!!


That’s it for now guys, we’ll keep you posted about new stuff soon! Thank you for following us and keep in mind that “the more you are motivated by love, the more fearless and free your action will be” (Dalai Lama)


Its been a very busy couple of months already, there’s lots of stuff going on and we haven’t kept much record of it, as fast and big changes bring lots of things to do and little time to tell.