“If you’re looking for high quality and personal
service, you’ve come to the right place
At Hi-Volts Electric we’ll give you the attention
and personal service you’ll come to expect and enjoy”
Hi Volts Electric LLC is a full service Commercial & Residential Electrical Contractor Company serving the Greater Snohomish, King County and the Puget Sound Areas.
We specialize in getting things done right the first time. Our Certified Electricians can accommodate to any commercial or industrial project. Whether is a new construction or a complete remodel.
For any electrical emergency, home wiring, circuit breaker repair, panels and boxes. Hi -Volts Electric handles everything.
HVE offers installations and repairs. Whether your electrical project is indoors or outdoors, in landscapes or parking areas. We are confident that our service will meet your satisfaction and your budget.
- New Construction
- Rental Properties
- Shopping Centers
- Housing Development
- Energy Efficient Fixtures
- Circuit Breaker Box replacement
- Wiring Appliances
- Outdoor Lighting
- Kitchen LED Lights
- Bathroom LED Lights
- Transfer Switch Installation
- Residential weather related repairs
- Commercial Buildings power shorts
- Burned Circuit Breakers Switches replacement
We run Wire from three feet to a Million…Hi or Low
AVOID A FIRE !
Check your Outlets.
If your appliances short out and your cords do not stay in the outlets, it means they are lose and they are getting hot
Your outlets may need to be replaced.When cords run hot, this can cause a fire.
Call us today for an inspection 206.851.7186
ELECTRICAL SAFETY TIPS
|Download these NFPA safety tips on electricity.(PDF, 689 KB)|
U.S. fire departments responded to an estimated annual average of 47,820 reported home structure fires involving electrical failure or malfunction in 2007-2011. These fires resulted in 455 civilian deaths, 1,518 civilian injuries and $1.5 billion in direct property damage.
Replace or repair damaged or loose electrical cords.
Avoid running extension cords across doorways or under carpets.
In homes with small children, make sure your home has tamper-resistant (TR) receptacles.
Consider having additional circuits or outlets added by a qualified electrician so you do not have to use extension cords.
Follow the manufacturer’s instructions for plugging an appliance into a receptacle outlet.
Avoid overloading outlets. Plug only one high-wattage appliance into each receptacle outlet at a time.
If outlets or switches feel warm, frequent problems with blowing fuses or tripping circuits, or flickering or dimming lights, call a qualified electrician.
Place lamps on level surfaces, away from things that can burn and use bulbs that match the lamp’s recommended wattage.
Make sure your home has ground fault circuit interrupters (GFCIs) in the kitchen bathroom(s), laundry, basement, and outdoor areas.
Arc-fault circuit interrupters (AFCIs) should be installed in your home to protect electrical outlets.