Electrician Dubai, that is highly skilled in residential and commercial Electrical Wiring & Rewiring. We focus on large residential projects that require bidding. Our projects are designed completely, with a clear scope of work and estimation of costs. For smaller residential job (usually for a homeowner) we have a competent service department that provides repairs/installations of the utmost quality. The goals of our Electrical Service Technicians are to provide excellent customer service, quality electrical repairs or installation, and to do so in a clean efficient manner.
Our Electrician Dubai Services:
. Multi-Family/Apartment Buildings
. New Construction
. Electrical remodeling/repurposing
. Tax credit work
. Whole house Generator Installation (Power Backup)
. Service Upgrades
. Installing Underground electrical service
. Converting overhead electrical service to underground electrical service
. Exterior Electrical repairs (service cables and weather head repair)
. Landscape lighting
. Exterior lighting additions
. Indoor electrical repairs
. Adding switches, plugs, receptacles, or interior lighting
. Basement remodels and finishes
. Residential Additions
Electrical Wiring & Rewiring:
For most homeowners, understanding and completing Electrical Wiring & Rewiring projects is beyond their comfort zone. Not only is Electrical Wiring & Rewiring complicated, but it is messy, labor-intensive, and, when done by an unqualified person, a risk to your home’s safety. Understanding load, connections and the differences between 3-wire and 4-wire systems is necessary to do electrical wiring & rewiring project properly. Having a certified electrician complete your Electrical Wiring & Rewiring means you can rest assured that your installation is completed to the highest standards.
Here are just a few of our electrical services; our qualified electricians have recently provided homeowners in the area:
Our qualified electricians can help you analyze possible Electrical Wiring & Rewiring in your home, and determine the actual amount of electricity your home requires for now, and in the foreseeable future. We can also help you identify the most beneficial way to Electrical Wiring & Rewiring your home, including upgrading your service panel, adding new circuits, running phone and data lines, or helping to remove aluminum wiring or knob and tube wiring, which most insurance companies prefer you deal with before they will ensure you. The Electrician Dubai team will then, of course, do the hard work of running and replacing wires and making and testing connections.
All our house Electrical Wiring & Rewiring work is done to code and guaranteed to pass inspections, whether it is a new wiring, replacement, repair or upgrade. And with a fleet of GPS-equipped trucks servicing the entire Lower Mainland, our team of Electrician Dubai can complete your electrical wiring & rewiring at times convenient to you.
Electrician Dubai, we promise your complete satisfaction – GUARANTEED! If you are not fully satisfied, let us know, and we’ll make it right, or you don’t pay!Our electricians can handle any Electrical Wiring & Rewiring needs in your home, including:
Some UAE and Dubai homes in the late 1960s through the late 1970s were built using aluminum wiring. Unfortunately, aluminum wiring has some problematic characteristics that do not exist with today’s more common copper wiring.
Why is Aluminum Wiring a Problem?
Aluminum wiring is safe when it is installed properly. Problems can occur over time at connections such as light switches, outlets, light fixtures, and at the panel board. Aluminum expands and contracts more than copper. By itself, aluminum wire is not a problem. However, when it connects to switches and receptacles, the repeated expanding and contracting of the aluminum loosens the connection. A loose connection creates more heat and vibration. At times, this is enough to blacken the box and burn the wire casing. When aluminum wiring has been used, these connection areas can overheat and increase fire hazard risk.
Knob and tube wiring was used in UAE and Dubai houses between 1900 and 1949. With the age of this wiring and its deterioration over time, wire and tube are considered and can be problematic. Most insurance companies will not insure homes that have knob and tube wiring present.
Why is Knob and Tub Wiring a Problem?
By itself, knob and tube wiring is not a problem. If left undisturbed, it should function as designed. However, many of today’s homes (with our many appliances and devices) exceed the electrical load limitations of knob and tube wiring. Home renovators may add lights and circuits, meaning the wires now have to handle more current and more heat. Renovators adding insulation, homeowners doing installations and performing poor do-it-yourself fixes, and/or having mice eat the knob and tube fabric wrapping can leave hot, exposed wires in a wood-framed house. The knobs and tubes themselves are ceramic insulators, but, the reality of insulation, dust, and wood framing close to them is where the danger lies. Most insurance companies consider wire and tube a fire hazard, and will not ensure a home that has wire and tube inside.
Choosing a hot tub or spa and deciding on just the right place to install it are very exciting decisions. Hot tubs and spas can provide years of enjoyment and relaxation for you and your family.
Spa and Hot Tub Wiring so Complicated?
An electrician doing the wiring for a hot tub needs to have proper training and needs to understand local electrical codes as well as all technical requirements. Unlike electrical installation of some more typical appliances, spas and hot tubs require special attention from electricians for several reasons. First, because of the potential mix of electricity and water inherent with swimming pools, spas, and hot tubs, there are many specific codes and regulations that need to be followed. Second, proper grounding is required for spas and hot tubs, as well as an installation of special outdoor outlets. Third, different brands and types of spas and hot tubs can require 240V connections (especially those made in recent years), while slightly older hot tubs ran on 120V. Some spas and hot tub motors require 4-wire connections while others use 3-wire. Your spa or hot tub must be installed by someone who can read and understand these individual product requirements. Fourth, challenges in managing load for hot tubs and spas exist because of the complexity of spa motor and spa heaters running simultaneously. This can result in errant tripping. An electrician will need to install a special ground fault detector designed just for hot tubs to solve this problem.
With everyone’s preference for high-speed Internet and communications, today’s home renovations often include moving, adding or upgrading phone writing or data wiring. It is important to have a household plan for phones, data and electricity so you and your family don’t suffer the inconvenience and expense of frequent future upgrades, and so you can enjoy the media and communication items you want in multiple rooms at appropriate locations. Regarding phone and data wiring, consider that any house built in 1990 was not built for data networks. Data networks and Internet simply did not exist for consumers at that time. If you have needs for new phone connections, new data connections, or either of these items need moving to a new location in your home, let the team of certified electricians at Electrician Dubai plan, install and upgrade your phone and data wiring. By working with the certified professionals at Electrician Dubai, you’ll be sure to have a strategy that will accommodate current and possible future needs in phone and data wiring.
Electrical Wiring & Rewiring a house, even parts of it, is a big job. Not only do you need a well-thought-out electrical plan that meets the codes and standards of your area, but you also need to understand the way that circuits work, how grounding works, how electrical panels work, and have an awareness of potential issues with aging wiring and connections.
Residential Electrical Rewiring?
Electrical Wiring & Rewiring requires that you first determine the gap between a home’s current electrical supply and what is realistically needed for now and the foreseeable future. Consider big screen TVs, modern appliances and other devices and their needs, such as more data writing, Wi-Fi, built-in sound and theatre systems. Next, an electrician uses their knowledge of the local codes and regulations to identify any upgrades or changes that may require a permit. Electrical Wiring & Rewiring then requires the actual manual labor of rewiring (accessing old wires, disposing of them, and running new wire) then the drywall repair and repainting required after going into walls, or through ceilings or floors