Electrical Remodeling Services in Metro Phoenix

With energy saving technology and electrical innovations occurring at a rapid pace, it's extremely important to have a trusted, reliable electrical contractor on your team. Your electrical system is a key component of just about any sort of home remodeling project. If your fuses, switches and wires don’t function as they should, then all of the work you’ve put in will have been wasted. At Top Choice Electric, we can help with any kitchen, bath, room addition, or any other type of remodeling project, and make sure your electrical system will work properly and safely, within code.

Electrical Remodeling
Wiring Installation
AC Electrical Wiring

Commercial or Residential?

We have extensive experience in both residential and commercial projects. We'll make sure the electrical systems associated with remodeling projects or room additions work correctly. We know what is required to re-wire panels for second-story additions and basements.

You need a licensed, professional electrician and contractor in order to tackle this type of project as safely as possible. Call us for a quote or estimate before any work begins so that you know what will happen before any wires are stripped or any circuits removed. We'll put our expertise to work аnd bring уou the peace of mind уou deserve.

Kitchens

We will take care of your kitchen remodel, no matter how large or small it may be. We will install under-cabinet outlets and lights, garbage disposals, dishwashers, icemakers and new circuits with ground fault protection.

Bathrooms

For electrical wiring in your bathroom project, we'll make sure that Ground Control Fault Interrupters, or GFCIs, are properly installed and in the best locations. A GFCI will protect you and your loved ones from electrocution due to a ground fault. A ground fault happens when electricity passes through a person’s body instead of the intended path – a wire.

Warning! If you’re considering doing some electrical work on your home, please heed this word of caution. Working on your electrical system can be extremely hazardous if you don't have proper experience and expertise. Electrical work is NOT for the novice do-it-yourselfer. While it’s certainly possible for an amateur to add an outlet or replace a light switch with a dimmer switch, doing much more probably means hiring a licensed electrician. We want you to be safe! Please give us a call and we would love to help.