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Simply the Best Electrical Services in Azle, Texas

If you will settle for nothing less than the best electrical service in Azle, TX, then Baker Brothers is the choice for you. Our electricians are well trained, responsible, and fully licensed by the State of Texas. We are standing by 24 hours a day to help you with any electrical problem you might have.

Electrical emergencies are not to be taken lightly. If you have an issue, it needs to be fixed right away, or else you may risk fire or injury to your home or family. Our Azle electrical experts will make sure that your system is operating as it should. Baker Brothers is always available to serve you and keep you safe. We’ve been doing it since 1975, and we will continue to provide the service that makes us #1 in the eyes of our customers.

Baker Brothers’ Azle, TX Electrical Services

  • Equipment Repair/Hook Up
  • Grounding Systems
  • Fire Marshall/Code Correction
  • Outdoor Lighting
  • Troubleshooting & Repair
  • Ceiling Fans
  • Exhaust Fans
  • Meter Bases
  • Lighting Design & Repair
  • Home Safety Check
  • Electrical Maintenance
  • Electric Panels
  • Surge Protectors
  • Electrical Outlets
  • Light Switches
  • Backup Home Generators
  • Breakers & Fuses
  • GFCI (Ground-Fault Circuit Interrupter)
  • Track Lighting
  • Phone Jacks & Cable Outlets
  • ARC-Fault Breakers
  • New Wiring for Appliances
  • Smoke & Carbon Monoxide Detectors
  • Landscape Lighting

Not every service we provide is listed above. If you don’t see the service you want on the list above, call us to ask. Baker Brothers could still be able to help.

Electrical Panel Services

The component that does most of the heavy lifting in your electrical system is the electrical panel. It circulates electricity throughout your home. As these boxes age, several things can start to happen. For one, they start to lose their efficiency, which means. This is especially true in homes that were not build with current power demands in mind. If your panel is 100 amp, then it is probably not up to snuff. Upgrade to a 150 to 200 amp box to be able to handle the load properly and safely. Watch for any signs that your breaker box is breaking down. These include a bad odor, corrosion, flickering lights, and random tripping.

GFCI Outlets

In places where there is moisture, such as your kitchen, bathrooms, and outside, it is a good idea to have GFCI outlets installed to keep you safe. They shut down whenever they sense that a current is going through water or even worse, your body. This can avoid shocks and avoid sparks that could cause a fire. Make sure to test your outlets at least every month. If it is not working, then it should be replaced right away. These outlets are of no use to you if they cannot protect your family. Call Baker Brothers to have a GFCI specialist install your outlets.

Outdoor Lighting

Outdoor and landscape lighting can make your home look spectacular at night time. You can have lighting for any outdoor gatherings you want to have, and accentuate any features of your yard that you really enjoy. Call Baker Brothers for a consultation to see what is possible on the outside of your home. Not only can lighting make your home look great, but it can also prevent criminals from targeting your home. Make sure to keep debris away from your fixtures and replace any dead bulbs right away. Make your home stand out from the crowd with some spectacular outdoor lighting.

Electrical Safety Tips

We can’t live without electricity, but if we treat it without respect, we could die. Make sure that you and your family are always safe when using electronics.

Follow the safety tips below to help keep you and your family safe:

  1. Don’t cover up extension cords with carpet
  2. Only use extension cords when you need them. They are not made for permanent use
  3. Change cords immediately if you see any damage
  4. If you experience an electrical fire use a fire extinguisher to put it out. Never use water
  5. Schedule annual electrical inspections by licensed electricians
  6. Unplug appliances that emit sparks
  7. Use tamper-proof receptacles to protect children and adults from shocks

We hope these tips keep you and your family safe.

Surge Protectors

Power surges are extremely dangerous and should be prevented at all costs. Unfortunately, keeping everything in your home unplugged at all times is not practical or realistic, so surge protectors are the next best thing. They work to only allow enough electricity into the home as is needed. That way, when there is a surge of power because of a lightning strike or faulty wiring, you are protected. Power surges can cause major damage to your home and potentially cause injury through shock or fire.

Ceiling Fan Installation

Make sure that your ceiling fan is the right size for your room. They can look great and provide some additional comfort, but if they are the wrong size they will not be as effective. Smaller rooms should have a 30-inch fan and no larger. For big rooms, such as 18×20, you could use a 52-inch ceiling fan. If the room is any bigger you can go with several fans instead. Make sure to allow for 8 inches of clearance from the ceiling, and 8 feet of clearance to the floor. Never place a ceiling fan above a bed. Contact our specialists in Azle to help you with your next ceiling fan installation.

Home Rewiring

There comes a time in every home’s life when it needs new wiring. Especially in homes that are several decades old. With those homes, the wiring may have degraded over time. In newer homes, the wiring may not be up to the demand if the contractor used mediocre materials to cut costs.

These warning signs can let you know that it might be time to do some rewiring:

  • Circuit breakers frequently trip
  • Aluminum wiring. This wiring can become loose and cause fires
  • Minor vibration, buzz or shock when turning on appliances
  • Flickering or dimming lights when using appliances
  • Electrical outlets are loose
  • Your home is more than 40 years old
  • Outlets give a burning odor

If you see any of these signs in your home, or something unusual, call Baker Brothers today. Make sure you take care of any issues before they become much costlier.

LED Lighting

Homeowners have been falling in love with LED lighting for many years, and the number who choose LED continues to grow. They look better, provide better energy efficiency, and only need to be replaced after 20 years or so. Instead of burning out and leaving you completely in the dark, they change color when they need replacing. LED lights can also be directed to highlight a certain area or even a component of your home. Essentially, it looks great and will also help with your energy budget.

Smoke and CO Detectors

Do not leave your family unprotected. Install smoke detectors in every bedroom and at the top of every stairwell. For CO detectors, make sure you have one installed by any bedrooms. It is important that you do not install one closer than 10 feet to any stoves, as this could cause false alarms. To make sure they continue to function, replace the batteries in the smoke detectors every year, and the entire units every 10 years. CO detectors are plugged in, but the units should be replaced after about 7 years.