We specialize in residential electrical services from basic troubleshooting and diagnostics to project level work and more. Our goal is to provide our clients with the best information so they can make the decisions that will best fit them. There are always options, we just need to make sure you know what they are and what they mean. Whether you are looking to do upgrades or just want to have the piece of mind that the systems are safe, it all starts with a call.
Classic Home Electric LLC 4118 192nd St SW Lynnwood, WA 98036 US
09:00 am – 05:00 pm
It is common to find your house in the situation where the existing electrical panel is just out of date or needs to be increased in size. We are able to upgrade or alter services. The electrical service and main panel is the heart to your house's electrical system. It is responsible for distributing the voltage safely to all the various systems. Doing this upgrade typically requires some planning and coordination with the providing electrical utility company on our part. We want to make sure you have no surprises and understand the way the project will flow from design to the installation day and the inspection. We will coordinate all of this so you wont have to!
If you want to add longevity and safety to your electrical system, the main service and voltage distribution panel are the key component to this step.
Lighting a space can be challenging when you are trying to picture how it will look at the end. One of the more common processes for this is to just look at the shape of the ceiling and make the recess cans symmetrical to that, but more often than not you will end up with recess cans that are not doing anything. I encourage customers to think about zones of a room and where their art or furniture will go before before coming up with a lighting plan. The idea is that if we can light up your stuff properly then the room will come to life. Zone lighting can be split into many ways but the first most common approach would be to separate between any decorative fixtures and recess cans. I like to use recess lighting to splash light onto walls with art as a zone, then onto areas with a couch and a table as another zone and then any decorative fixtures as another zone and give them all dimmers so we can create different moods with light levels. A decorative fixture is great to look at but rarely will it evely light up a room so we need to boost the levels with some additional light sources! It all starts with your decor, then we can go from there!