Reynolds Electric, Inc. offers full residential services to homeowners. Are you having a troublesome electrical issue? We can troubleshoot that for you. Need electrical updates or upgrades for a remodel? We do that too! From simple home security options to creating your own smart home with integrated, cutting-edge technology, we can make it happen for you. And we offer free estimates for all our services!
Our services include but are not limited to:
- Smoke & CO2 Detectors
- GFCI Receptacles
- USB / Duplex Outlets
- LED Lamps / Modules
- LED Night Lights
- Motion Security Lights
- Ceiling Heat Conversions
- Exhaust Fans
- Dedicated circuits
- Surge protections
- Wall heaters & Thermostats
- Manual & Generator
- Backup Systems
- Remodels, additions, and new homes
Electrical FAQs & Tips
What does it mean if one of my bulbs starts flickering?
Flickering lights can be a sign of a loose connection or a faulty device. If tightening the bulb doesn’t fix the problem, let us come out and have a look.
What sorts of things should I consider if I want to add power somewhere in my home?
The first thing you’ll need to consider is if new circuit is needed. If so, check to see if there’s availability on the panel. If you need help, don’t hesitate to call a professional. And remember, with Reynold’s Electric, Inc., getting a quote won’t cost you anything.
Switching to LED Fixtures
Perhaps you’ve seen LED (Light Emitting Diode) bulbs in the store and wondered what all the fuss is about. Over the life of your home, switching to LED will save you money, as LEDs last longer and are more efficient. A single LED gives you up to 25,000 hours of light; that’s three times the lifespan of a CFL bulb and more than 20 times that of a standard incandescent bulb. At a mere 9 Watts, LED bulbs are more efficient than the 14 Watt CFL and far more efficient than the 60 Watt incandescent bulb.
If you have questions about LED fixtures, don’t hesitate to get in touch. Do you already have LED lighting? Ask us about our Bluetooth Lamps. And be sure to check back here for more update ideas in the future.