Electrical Appliance Installation by Electrical Professionals
A household electrical appliance is a unit built to a standard size and is installed and connected to a power source. Electric appliances are installed and connected to the electric power supply in the house of office. Here are a few examples of typical household electric appliances:
- Garbage Disposal
- Water Heater
- Wall Oven
JayDan Services can install, repair and replace cord-and-plug or hard-wired units. Our 24/7 emergency electrical appliance repair service is always available, so give us a call, day or night, and we can help you with your electric appliance repair and replacement. We also offer electrical appliance sales and installation services, so if you are looking for a high quality electric appliance, let us help you in your search and installation.
Fixed in place, permanently connected heating and cooling equipment such as heat pumps, furnaces and air conditioners are not household appliances, but are still electric pieces that JayDan Services can install and repair.
Important Things to Know About Electrical Appliances
Do you need a certified electrical technician to work on electric appliances?
A licensed and certified electrical service person is actually legally required to work on a hard-wired electrical appliance while a cord-and-plug appliance does not require someone with an electrical contractor’s license.
Do you need an electrical permit to work on household appliances?
If your electrical appliance is hard-wired, an electrical permit is required for the initial connection to the electrical system. Also, if you are replacing an appliance that is not like in kind (same function and electrical requirements) or is in a different location, an electrical permit is needed. An electrical permit is not required for an appliance that is link in kind or if the appliance is cord-and-plug.
Too much to think about? Let the electrical professionals at JayDan Services worry about electrical permits. Our licensed electricians know just what to do.
Remember, we live where you live, so we know the local laws and regulations and can help with all of your electric appliance needs in the Bucks County, PA area.