Lighting Installations & Replacements in Gainesville, GA
Whether you’re looking to remodel your home and want to install brand new lighting throughout, or you’re thinking of adding landscape lighting to your front yard, Master Electric Heating and Air can help. Our licensed electricians provide all types of lighting installations throughout Gainesville, GA, from simple task lights to more decorative lighting solutions.
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Although lighting installations can be completed as DIY projects, calling a professional for help is always recommended no matter your electrical skill. Working with a licensed electrician eliminates guesswork and will ensure that your light fixtures are installed safely and accurately. All of our services are carried out to meet the National Electrical Code as well as Georgia building code.
Our experts are also able to look out for pre-existing issues with your wiring or greater electrical system, and resolve them before installing your new fixtures; this helps provide greater peace of mind and ensures the safety of your home.
At Master Electric Heating and Air we understand that every household has different needs and budgets. We always give your customers options when it comes to repairing or replacing their lighting fixtures or electrical system. We will take the time to address your concerns and make sure you receive the lighting solution that best meets your needs.
for Master Electric
Installing mini split system
Installing HVAC system
HVAC change out
Replacing a hundred amp sub panel breaker also replacing fluorescent light fixture
Repairing lights also installing exhaust fans
Installing mini split and server room putting out wild fires lol
Replacing faulty light switches and spotlights on exterior of house
Repaired circuit line going to well pump Camera Repair Garage circuit
Mini split install
Spoiler Alert: A Lot of Really Bad Things We love a good DIY project. They’re so satisfying, aren’t they? Fixing something with your own two hands? Confidence-boosting. Making custom upgrades