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Electrical Services in Eugene, OR
When we say that our service here at Comfort Flow Heating is comprehensive, we mean it. You can come to our team for any of your commercial HVAC, residential HVAC, indoor air quality, and now, electrical contracting needs. We’re a one-stop shop for home comfort. When you choose our team, you’ll never have to worry about the quality of your home services because we have over 50 years in business here in Lane County.
We have rave reviews and a quality reputation in the area for a reason—we care about our customers. We only hire the best, NATE-certified technicians in the area to provide homeowners with quality service. The electric work in your home is of the utmost importance. You need a technician that really knows what they’re doing so that they can ensure your work meets the right qualifications.
When you’re looking for a top-tier electrician, choose Comfort Flow Heating—we won’t leave you in the dark. Contact us today for an appointment!
The Electrical Services We Offer in the Greater Eugene Area
When you come to our team, we can help you with any and every electrical project. Nothing is too small or too large for our experts. When you’re looking for electrical work, don’t try to compromise quality for price. We can provide you with the best of both. You need a licensed and reliable technician for the job, and we have the right person for you. We offer electrical services for the following:
- Attic fans
- Carbon monoxide and smoke detectors
- Ceiling fans
- Electrical panels
- Electrical wiring and rewiring
- Home automation
We provide both residential and commercial services too. Don’t hesitate to call our team when you need the right service.
GFCI and AFCI Outlets
One of the most important parts of your electrical system are your outlets. If you’re not already familiar, we want to introduce you to the world of GFCI and AFCI outlets. GFCI and AFCI are acronyms that stand for Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter and Arc-Fault Circuit Interrupter. GFCI outlets detect when the electrical current flows through something else (like water or a person suffering from an electric shock) and AFCI outlets detect electrical arcs that lead to electrical fires. In laymen’s terms, GFCI outlets protect from electrical shock and AFCI outlets protect from fires.
Here in the U.S., code requires for most homes to have AFCI outlets, but if you live in an older home, you might need a GFCI outlet. When you have a professional electrician inspect your home, they can help you determine which installation is applicable and when you need replacements. You can always count on our team at Comfort Flow Heating to keep your home safe.
Complete Electrical Services from a Responsible Team
You’re probably already aware of the potential dangers of handling electricity—you can seriously harm yourself or others in your home if you try to take electrical matters into your own hands. Even if you know that you shouldn’t DIY, make sure that you don’t leave these important services to a questionable "technician" or a handyman promising to do the job for cheap either. You need great service. We know how essential this is, so when you hire our local electricians, we’ll get the job done right the first time and do it all for a great price.