Thaw’s Electric can help you energize and illuminate your life in a variety of ways and we will get it done right the first time! You can count on us to work as quickly as possible and to do so with minimum disruption to your daily routine.
The pros at Thaw’s Electric have been working hard to maintain the safety, financial viability and brightness of Coastal Georgia homes for over 35 years and we know what it takes to ensure superior quality service and security.
The pros at Thaw’s Electric have been working hard to maintain the safety, financial viability and brightness of Coastal Georgia homes for over 35 years and we know what it takes to ensure superior quality service and security. Consider a home electrical automation install or update so you too may reap the benefits of this convenient technology.
When working with electricity, it is best to let a professional take care of your re-wiring needs. It can be very dangerous work so don’t hesitate to call Thaw’s Electric for any re-wiring job and we will take care of it as quickly as we can.
Thaw’s Electric promotes superior household safety by performing industry-leading electrical upgrades, repairs, and installations for your home. Our indoor electrical installation solutions include the basics like switches, outlets, and other appliances.
At Thaw’s Electric, we are full-service, residential lighting designers and installers committed to creativity, innovation and safety in both interior and exterior household illumination. Our trained and fully-certified team of professional electricians partner with coastal homeowners to provide top-tier customer service and create some of the brightest, most beautifully lit homes you’ll find.
Building a new home is exciting, but there is a lot that goes into it and electrical wiring is one of the most important aspects! The residential electricians at Thaw’s Electric can wire your home to meet all of your electrical needs – both now and in the future.
Do you know how old fuses are? To give you a good idea – the original patent for the first fuse panel was awarded to Thomas Edison in 1885. Like every other piece of technology, the fuse panel has been upgraded with modern advances over time.
Chances are if yours is an older home and it’s been awhile since an electrician has inspected your wiring, the switches and outlets more than likely require an upgrade. However, it’s not merely the age of your home’s electrical system that matters, it’s how that system was originally installed and relays electricity today that also counts.