Some homeowners really love do it yourself projects. There are many projects that homeowners can successfully complete themselves: painting, decorating, gardening etc. Electrical work gone wrong projects could put you and your family in danger. It is easy to get in over your head with a do it yourself electrical project, so don't! Call a licensed electrican to complete all of your electrical projects. If you have already started an electrical project and are confused but embarrassed to call an electrician, please call, there is no need to be embarrassed as electricians are used to this situation. We are just glad you call us before something bad happens.Read More >
It may be tempting to try and save money on electrical repairs and updates, but you will most likely pay a much higher price later. When it comes to the safety of you and your family, a licensed electrician is the only way to go. There are many reasons that you should always hire a licensed electrician to work in your home, but here are my top 4:Read More >
One of our Master electricians went to a client's home to provide an estimate to install baseboard haters. What he discovered was alarming . He looked in the basement and saw this. (see picture below)Read More >
Generation 3 Electric's top priority is customer satisfaction. To achieve the highest level of customer service, all of our electricians and office staff receive ongoing training for Customer Service Excellence. As an added incentive, points are given to all employees for great customer online reviews Points can be redeemed for fabulous prizes like a Play Station 4, a Spa Day, Dinner and a Movie, a new IPAD etc.Read More >
Happy Halloween from GEN3! While on the subject of spooks and chills, “They’re coming for you Barbara…” should remain an iconic horror movie line, not what your neighbor shouts over the sound of fire sirens!
Power-strips are great things, if used correctly. They’re vital as an extra layer of protection for computer equipment, other sensitive electronics and for oversized power adapters. However, they should never be used to over-stretch the capacity of your wall outlets. By design, they absorb surges in power and take the abuse but most are fairly cheap, mindless and only last so long. Kind of like benevolent zombies.Read More >