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Comprehensive Home Electrical Repairs in Denver

Trust Done® Plumbing, Heating, Cooling, & Electric to handle all your home electrical repair needs with precision and care. From flickering lights to circuit breaker replacements, our certified electricians ensure your home remains safe and fully powered.

With decades of experience and thousands of 5-star reviews, we diagnose and fix any electrical issue, big or small. Serving the Denver community since 1999, we’re your go-to experts for reliable electrical solutions.

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Done’s skilled technicians stand ready to offer a wide range of electrical repair and maintenance services. Even with an electrical system that seems to be performing well, routine checks are essential. Hidden electrical problems can lurk unseen within walls, posing unseen risks.

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Frequently Asked Questions

A non-working outlet may have gone bad, but can be related to other issues which would require some troubleshooting. Visually, if your plugs are loose in the outlet or if there is any visible damage on the outside of the outlet, you should consider this a bad outlet, quit using it immediately, and get it replaced as soon as possible.

Electrical outlets do not have a set lifetime before they will go bad. Outlets that are used often can become worn out or may quit working due to overuse. An outlet can go bad and stop working. More commonly, electrical outlets (especially those with high usage) will wear out over time. You may find that when you plug items in they are loose in the plug, or your outlet looks cracked or damaged and those are signs that the outlet is bad even if it is still working.

Loose or damaged outlets are a safety concern and should be replaced as soon as possible.

GFCI outlets do have a more set lifespan (anywhere from 10-25 years depending on use and environment). Different environmental and usage conditions will affect the lifespan of the outlet, however.

A bad outlet can affect other outlets. Outlets are often wired in parallel, meaning that multiple outlets are wired on the same circuit downstream from one another, which can affect how multiple outlets on a circuit work.
For example, an area in your home has 4 outlets wired on the same circuit downstream from one another. If the first outlet that is wired in that room goes out, it can cause the 3 remaining outlets in the room to stop working, as well.

A damaged outlet may appear damaged or may just not work. A bad GFCI outlet may still function as an outlet without providing any GFCI protection. A bad or broken outlet can become a safety or fire hazard.

Absolutely, Done Electric is equipped to handle repairs for whole home generators. If your generator fails to start or isn’t performing as expected, our team of skilled technicians can diagnose and fix the problem. We’re familiar with all major brands and models, ensuring quick and efficient repairs. Whether it’s a simple issue like a dead battery or more complex repairs, we aim to restore your generator to optimal condition, minimizing any inconvenience to you. Plus, our emergency repair services mean we’re available when you need us most, ensuring you’re never left in the dark.

After receiving the results of an electrical inspection from Done Electric, it’s important to review the findings with our electrician to understand any issues or potential concerns identified during the inspection. We will provide you with a detailed report outlining the condition of your electrical system and recommend any necessary repairs, upgrades, or maintenance tasks. Prioritize the recommended actions based on safety and urgency, as some issues may require immediate attention to prevent potential hazards. Done Electric can assist with planning and executing any follow-up services, ensuring that all work is completed to the highest standards of quality and safety. Taking timely action on inspection results not only ensures your home remains safe but also helps to avoid more costly repairs down the line.

Understanding the need for repairs or an upgrade to your electrical panel is crucial for maintaining your home’s safety and efficiency. Key signs include frequent breaker trips, lights that flicker across different rooms, a panel that feels warm to the touch, or unusual noises like buzzing, indicating potential hazards. Furthermore, if your panel is over 25 years old, it might not meet current safety standards or be capable of supporting newer, more power-intensive appliances and technologies, such as converting to a smart home system.

At Done Electric, we prioritize your safety and peace of mind by offering comprehensive assessments of your electrical panel’s condition and capacity. Our team of certified electricians is equipped to address any issues, whether it means repairing your current setup or upgrading to a modern panel that meets today’s higher electrical demands and safety regulations. It’s essential to recognize that both fuse and breaker panels serve the fundamental purpose of safeguarding your electrical system against overload or short circuits. However, with technological advancements and increased power requirements, ensuring your panel can protect your home and devices effectively has never been more important. Trust Done Electric to ensure your electrical panel is up to the task, providing reliability and safety for your family and property.

Smoke detectors and CO detectors should be tested monthly to ensure they are working correctly, and batteries should be replaced at least once a year or as recommended by the manufacturer. Additionally, smoke detectors should be replaced every 10 years, and CO detectors have a varying lifespan depending on the brand, typically between 5 to 10 years. It’s important to adhere to these guidelines to maintain the effectiveness of the detectors. Done Electric offers maintenance services for smoke and CO detectors, including testing, battery replacement, and upgrading outdated units. Our professionals can help keep your detectors in optimal working condition, providing peace of mind that your home is protected against smoke and CO risks.

There are several signs that your outlets, switches, or dimmers may need attention from a professional like Done Electric. These include outlets or switches that are warm to the touch, frequent sparking, signs of discoloration, persistent issues with flickering lights, or fixtures that no longer operate reliably. Additionally, if your home is older and hasn’t had an electrical update in a while, it’s wise to have these components checked. Upgrading or repairing these fixtures can prevent potential hazards and ensure your electrical system operates efficiently and safely.

Done Electric is your go-to expert for a wide range of electrical issues and projects around your home. From basic repairs such as fixing flickering lights, replacing faulty outlets and switches, to more complex tasks like upgrading your electrical panel, installing smoke and CO detectors, or setting up a new home generator, our skilled electricians have you covered. No job is too small or too big—whether it’s ensuring your ceiling fans are properly installed or your entire home is safely wired. With Done Electric, you can expect efficient, reliable service for all your electrical needs, keeping your home safe and your electrical systems running smoothly.

Choosing Done Electric for your home’s electrical repairs means selecting a team with a proven track record of quality, reliability, and expertise. Our licensed electricians have successfully completed thousands of repairs, from simple outlet fixes to complex panel upgrades, demonstrating our comprehensive knowledge and skill in addressing a wide range of electrical issues. We pride ourselves on our commitment to customer satisfaction, ensuring that every repair is performed with meticulous attention to detail and the highest safety standards. Furthermore, our 24/7 availability means that we’re always ready to respond to your needs, providing peace of mind that you’re in capable hands. With Done Electric, you’re not just getting a repair; you’re getting a partner dedicated to the safety and efficiency of your home’s electrical system.

Having a professional electrician repair outlets and panels in your home is crucial for several reasons. First and foremost, safety: electrical repairs can be hazardous if not handled correctly, leading to risks such as electrical fires or shock. The technicians at Done Electric bring trusted expertise from thousands of fixes, ensuring that all repairs meet the highest safety standards. Additionally, our quality technicians possess the necessary knowledge to diagnose and resolve underlying issues, preventing future problems. Our extensive experience ensures that whether it’s a flickering light, a dead outlet, or an outdated electrical panel, we’re always the right person for the job. For safe, reliable, and expert electrical repairs, contact us. We’re here to help 24/7.