RYAN ELECTRIC OF ST. PETER
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Our Electrical Services

At Ryan Electric, we can help you with everything electrical! From fuse panels, switches, smoke alarms,
we've got you covered no matter what your needs are. Below is a small sample of the services we offer,
call us to find out how we can help you today!
  1. Backup generator installation

    Whole house generators are essential during power outages. Generators are normally installed directly into your home electrical power panel, and sizes and options range from enough power to run your refrigerator and furnace to operating every electrical fixture in your home. As soon as power is lost at your home, you're generator will activate and you'll be comfortable and have peace of mind.

  2. Troubleshooting

    If you have difficulty with your home's electrical system but understand where your problem is, you need a licensed electrician to troubleshoot the system for you. Common faults include loose wires, failed receptacles, faulty fixtures, etc, though a thorough diagnosis is required to completely pin down the problem.

  3. Outlet and switch installation

    If you're constantly reaching too far to plug in you vacuum cleaner, or stumbling around in the dark to get to your living room light switch, there's no need to let that go another day! Outlet and switch installation can help you get the most out of your home's current design, as well as allow you to put your appliances exactly where you want them. Installing outlets and switches doesn't have to be a messy procedure either; most of the time it is completely non-invasive and the only thing you'll be left with is a new plug or switch.

  4. Lighting service

    If it lights up, we can service it. If you're having trouble with your current lighting fixtures (flickering, dimming, etc), we can diagnose your problem and recommend solutions that will fix it for you. Or, if you feel you need additional lighting in certain areas of your home, we're also able to advise you as to the best way to proceed and perform the installation in a timely, tidy manner.

  5. Panel upgrades

    Your home's electrical panel may be referred to as an electric box, electric board, breaker box, service panel, etc. Whatever the name, the electrical panel is at the heart of your home's electrical system. The panel controls the amount of electricity coming from the electric company to your home, and as such it should be properly maintained. A well-maintained panel will prevent serious damage from occurring to electrical components in your home. If you've been having 'mysterious' issues with your electrical panel or breakers, or you'd like to add a major component to you home's electrical system, call us and we'll tell you the best way to go about it.

  6. Surge protection

    Most modern homes have costly electronic equipment installed throughout, such as TVs, A/C units, refrigerators, computers, etc. All of these units are susceptible to complete failure if your home experiences a power surge. Many homeowners today are eliminating this risk by installing electrical panel surge protection. This inexpensive procedure can save homeowners thousands of dollars in home equipment replacement should they experience a power surge.

  7. Smoke detectors

    Smoke detectors are required by modern building codes because they dramatically improve your chance of survival in the event of a house fire. If your home doesn't have smoke alarms or doesn't have enough of them, you should address that need immediately. It is recommended that you have several alarms installed on every level of your home. In addition, if you're having trouble with your smoke alarm going off every time you cook, you may need to get it moved to a different location to save yourself some frustration.

  8. Ceiling fan installation

    Ceiling fans can be a great way to stretch your home's energy budget since they keep air circulating throughout a room. If you'd like to get a ceiling fan installed, there are many options available to you, include remote controlled operation, dimmer switches, diverse mounting options, and various designs. If you're looking to install a ceiling fan, it is best to call a licensed electrician to perform the work and save yourself from any surprises in the future!

  9. Breakers and fuses

    Circuit breakers are located in your electrical panel and control the flow of electricity to certain areas of your home. Some appliances you operate may have their own circuit breakers, but often your home will have several outlets on one circuit. If your breakers have tripped recently due to a power overload, they will most likely need to be replaced. You may also need circuit breaker service if you are planning to install a large appliance in your home such as a big screen television, since these appliances are best suited to dedicated electrical circuits.

  10. Electrical code assessments

    Technology is improving constantly, and the electrical field is no exception. Each year the national electrical code is tweaked and revised to improve the safety and reliability of homes and business around the country. If you are uncertain if your home's electrical system has been installed to modern code standards, call us and we can assess your home's electrical system. Code observance is essential in keeping modern homes safe and their electrical systems functioning properly.

  11. New appliance service

    Installing a new washer and dryer? Ready for a new plasma television? Finally ready to replace your old gas stove with a modern electric one? We are more than capable of working with you in installing your new appliance whatever it may be, and whatever work needs to be done. If you need a complete panel upgrade, a new circuit breaker, or simply a new outlet installed, we'll be more than happy to help you do it.

  12. Hot tub and swimming pool wiring

    If you're looking to install a swimming pool or a hot tub soon, don't let it cause you more trouble than pleasure! Hot tubs and swimming pools need filtrations systems that can often be complex and power hungry, so they should be installed carefully and with an understanding of how it will affect the rest of your home's electrical system. Call us and a licensed electrician will advise you as to your best course of action.

  13. A whole lot more!

We look forward to working with you today