Our Services

Residential New Construction, Electric Panel Upgrades & Home Inspections.
No Matter What You Need We Cover Your Electrical Needs.

Our Services

At AApex Electric, Inc. we meet all of your residential needs from high-end homes to more modest ones, from a single kitchen remodel to new multi-unit housing development, and we do it all in a thoughtful, professional and timely manner.

At AApex electric, Inc. we pride ourselves not only on our professional work but also on our positive interactions with our homeowners, Realtors, home inspectors, insurance agents, builders and developers. We are very responsive to your phone calls, inquiries and needs. We show up when we say we will and when working on your home or projects, we will always leave it in the same (or better) condition as it was when we arrived. The AApex Electric staff are people that you will be comfortable working with and having in your home and/or projects.

Once hired, we will work with you to ensure we understand your needs. If desired, we will offer our professional opinion when/if it makes sense in order to help you make certain decisions.

Below please find a small sample list of some of the types of projects we have often done in the past and that we can do for you!

If you have an electrical need that isn’t listed below, please contact us – chances are we can do what you are looking for and probably have done it many times before…With our fleet of service trucks and specialized equipment, Aapex Electric can complete all your needs, including electrical system design, commercial/residential electrical repairs and backup generator installation. Our first priority as electricians is to provide prompt, responsive customer service. We’ve committed ourselves to responding quickly and professionally on every electrical job we complete. Design

  • Pre-Wire for New Construction

  • Re-Wiring for Remodeling Projects

  • Recessed Lighting

  • Kitchen Remodels

  • Bathroom Remodels

  • Panel & Load Center Service Upgrades

  • Low Voltage Wiring

  • Maintenance Services

  • Appliance and Equipment Wiring

  • Ceiling Fans

  • Motion & Flood Lights

  • Lighting Control Systems

  • Ballast & Bulbs

  • Data, Network & AV Wiring

  • Circuit Breakers Upgrades

  • Home office needs

  • Landscape Lighting

  • Pool & Spa Power and controls

  • Troubleshooting & Repair

  • Air Conditioning Wiring

  • Thermostat Wiring

  • Surge & Lighting Protectors

  • Timer & Occupancy sensors

Residential New Construction

Before the sheetrock goes up in your house, all of the electrical wires and hookups that will be inside the walls need to be installed. This process, in which each electrical appliance, outlet, and inlet will be installed in the walls and ceiling, is known as an electrical new construction. After the sheetrock is installed, the electrician will return to install any necessary caps, outlet plates or switches. Your builder will contact us to do the new construction on a new home build, and we are available for home owners who are renovating an existing property.

  • Lighting
  • Heaters & Fans
  • Home Automation Systems
  • Hot Water Units
  • Outlets
  • Air-Conditioning

Electrical Panel Upgrades

Today’s homes have bigger power needs than ever before. With TVs in nearly every room, game consoles, computers, and multiple smart phones or tablets, we rely on electricity for much more than we did just 20 years ago. If your home is more than 10-15 years old, your electrical system may not be able to handle the load required for all your technology. This isn’t just an inconvenience; overloading your home’s electrical panel is dangerous, and can lead to fire or shocks.

  • Diagnostics and Testing
  • Outlet Additions
  • Box Replacements
  • Sub Panels
  • 240v Circuits
  • Amperage Increases

Home Inspection

An electrical home inspection provides a thorough examination of your entire electrical system, ensuring all electrical wires, systems, and components, such as appliances in your home, meet legal safety standards.

  • Outlet Operation and Condition
  • Shock Hazards
  • AFCI Verifications
  • Grounding Systems
  • Fire Detectors
  • Panel Labels

Power saving tips

  • Turn Off Unnecessary Lights..
  • Use Natural Light.
  • Use Task Lighting.
  • Take Shorter Showers.
  • Unplug Unused Electronics.
  • Manage Your Thermostat.