Yes. We are liscenced in MN, ND, and WI
If a permit is required, the electrician often will make the application for the homeowner. Some municipalities allow homeowners to do minor electrical repairs and installations if they first secure a permit and have the work inspected when complete.
Unless you live in a very old home with antiquated wiring, you probably won't have to replace your existing electrical lines. However, if you require more electrical capacity in certain rooms, new wiring runs and additional outlets are likely to be needed.
The current National Electrical Code recommends a minimum l00-amp incoming electrical service. If you service panel provides less, it should be upgraded to this level or better to meet today's home requirements. Most new homes are wired with 200-amp service.
Your builder will schedule an on-site walk through meeting with Simco after the framing is complete. This is the time where we discuss all the options you have and design your electrical system based on your input.
The homeowner supplies all of the fixtures, with the exception of the recessed lighting, under cabinet lights, fluorescent closet lights, and mechanical or unfinished areas that will have simple keyless fixtures installed.
As soon as possible, after the decisions have been made.
After the house is painted, the fixtures can be installed. We do not need them prior to finishes being completed.
LED are the preferred light bulb type because of the lower power usage. Note: Florescent and LED bulbs are only able to be dimmed if marked "dimmable".
Yes! Dimmers are a very nice addition to a home. All of the LED fixtures that we provide are able to be dimmed.