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H Electric provides commercial and residential customer throughout Glendale area with expert electrical services. Over the years, we've built a company of highly experienced, certified electricians to serve your electrical needs. H Electric has plenty of competition, but our success comes from treating our customers the way we, ourselves, want to be treated. We provide you with superior work at honest prices, and we back it with our service guarantee.

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From my initial call to the end of the job, everyone was friendly, intelligent, & willing to explain stuff. Prices were the best from any electrician I've used in past. MY PRIOR ELECTRICIAN WAS GOING TO CHARGE ME MUCH MORE THAN THIS ONE. Robert & Julio were such fast and intelligent technicians that I ended up adding more work to the originally requested, minimal work! All done in one day! -- Stephanie Osbourne

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Here's 3 of our most recent blog posts

Joys of a Standby Generator by Glendale Electrician

By Hugo Galvez |

You can make your life a lot easier if you take the time to call and have a standby generator installed today. A standby generator is a permanent fixture that is placed outside your home, usually in the backyard or on the side of the house. The placement will typically depend on where your home’s electric panel is located. The generator ensures your home will continue on like normal despite a power outage. A Glendale electrician will be needed to complete the installation process. You can find a team of reliable electricians at H Electric.

A standby generator is different from a portable generator and they do tend to be higher powered. You can run your entire home with a standby generator without running a single extension cord. They are also much quieter because they are enclosed inside a metal box. Homeowners will also appreciate the ease in which a standby generator turns on. It is all automatic. There isn’t a need to go out and pull a cord over and over. For further ease, a switch that monitors the electricity flowing into the house can be installed by an electrician. Glendale homeowners who have one of the switches installed will never need to worry about starting the generator. It will automatically turn on within seconds of the power going out.

There are varying sizes of generators. You will need to choose a generator that is powerful enough to run your house or a few key appliances. The bigger the home, the bigger the generator you will need. These are things you will want to discuss with an electrician. The installation process is fairly straightforward, but because the generator will be wired directly into your home’s main electric panel, it needs to be completed by a certified electrician. If you would like to learn more about standby generators or would like to have yours installed, give H electric a call today.

Whole House Fans Reduce Electric Bill Says Electrician in Glendale

By Hugo Galvez |

You are still trying to find a way to cool your house down without making your electric bill quadruple this summer. Fortunately, there are plenty of ways you can do just that without having to worry about your bill jumping too much. Fans, whether they are ceiling fans or oscillating fans, are far cheaper to use than an air conditioner. You can combine fans with an AC unit to help you feel more comfortable without having to turn the thermostat down. Another option homeowners have is the installation of a whole house fan by an electrician in Glendale. The team at H Electric will provide you with an experienced and reliable electrician to get the job done efficiently and professionally.

These fans are sometimes referred to as attic fans, because they are placed in the attic or in the space between the ceiling of your home and the roof. The fans are an effective way to pull the hot, stagnant air in your home out. There are plenty of different models and brands to choose from based on how much you are willing to pay. However, some of the fans on the market can be a little noisy. You will want to pay a little more for a whole house fan that is quiet and will not keep you up at night.

Whole house fans pull in fresh air from outside, which is an excellent way to keep your home feeling and smelling fresh. In fact, during mildly warm weather, you could get away with running your whole house fan and a ceiling fan without the air conditioner. Imagine the cost savings! You will need an electrician familiar with Glendale electrical codes to install the fan. The wiring is not something an inexperienced person should ever be handling. Give H Electric a call today and start cooling your house down, efficiently and effectively!

Pole Buildings Not Complete without Glendale Electrician

By Hugo Galvez |

Adding a new shop to your home’s property is a worthy investment. It adds value to your home and gives you plenty of space to store things as well as work on various projects. The shop construction is relatively inexpensive, but it is very basic. You will need to contract out things like the cement flooring and the electrical wiring. You can find a company who employs their own electricians or choose to hire your own Glendale electrician, like those at H Electric.

Your shop simply isn’t complete with electricity. If you plan on working in the shop during nighttime hours or using any kind of power tools, you have to have electric ran to the shop. This isn’t a job that you can do on your own. It requires a certified professional who can meet county codes and ensure the wiring is installed safely. You will need to talk with your electrician about installing lighting and outlets. You can choose to have a single light fixture or several, depending on the type of work you plan on doing in the shop. Your electrician will also discuss outlet placement with you. If you have a workbench, you will likely want a couple of outlets installed near the area at a height that is conducive to working with various tools at the bench.

It is your shop and you will have the ability to tailor it to your needs when you hire your own electrician. Glendale residents will need to do a little research before calling just any electrician in the phonebook. Ask around to get recommendations and check with the Better Business Bureau. The contractor who builds the shop may be able to give you some names as well. If you need an electrician who is reliable, professional and certified, give H Electric a call today.

H Electric
1125 E Broadway Glendale, CA 91205
(800) 971-7009

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