Are you looking for a swimming pool electrician for above ground or in-ground swimming pools? Precision Electric can help wire anything you need for your swimming pool and to meet any code needed. There are many codes that have to be met and if they are not followed correctly, it can lead to costly repairs in the future. 

If there are problems with your electrical system with your swimming pool we can trouble shoot and properly diagnose the problem. Installing timers, sub panels, heaters or GFCI receptacles around your pool area need to be done with safety in mind when dealing with nearby water and we can assure it is done properly. 

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Swimming Pool Wiring Electrician


We deliver only the best with any electrical pool installations. Our team of professional, licensed electricians are experienced on all types of pool electrical systems, wiring, rewiring and circuitry. If you need a swimming pool electrical system updated, relocated, repaired or installed, we can help. It does not matter what the electrical issue is, you can count on us to solve it the first time with our electrical repair services.

Swimming Pool Wiring Electrician
Swimming Pool Wiring Electrician
Swimming Pool Wiring Electrician

It’s important to match the right breaker fuses to the right electrical panel. Most residential fuses use 120/240 volts matched with a main electrical panel rated at 100 to 200 amps. Using the wrong fuse can overload circuits, melt wires, and cause a fire.

GFCIs protect against electric shocks near water and where an electrical current touches the ground. A faulty GFCI compromises your safety and often points to faulty wiring.

Colorless and odorless, carbon monoxide can be deadly if inhaled. Make sure to have a licensed electrician check that your carbon monoxide and smoke detectors are working properly. Safety experts recommend that you have at least one detector for each floor of your home.

Common signs of a faulty power outlet including being hot to the touch, devices not working when plugged in, char marks, buzzing sounds, and sparks.

Outages and surges can happen for a variety of reasons including inclement weather, faulty wiring, overloaded circuits, and circuit breaker issues. Power surges can damage electrical devices and can happen during thunderstorms and when the power comes back on after an outage.

A circuit breaker trip can cut off power to parts of your home. It can also overload circuits, causing damage to your devices. Constant circuit breaker trips may point to a wiring issue.

Whether caused by inclement weather, faulty wiring, or an overloaded circuit, dimming or flickering house lights can damage your fixtures and ruin the atmosphere in your home. If your lights continue to behave strangely in calm weather, call us to speak with a licensed electrician that can help.

Whether it’s the lighting in your kitchen and bathrooms or the security lights on your porch or backyard, the last thing you want is a malfunction. Our electricians can provide professional lighting installation and repair services to prevent problems before they pop up.