Do you use electricity? Of course you do – you’re reading this on an electronic device!
If you use this sort of power in any way, shape, or form – especially if you own a home security system or a home automation system – you’ll need to learn a little bit about home electricians, if you haven’t already. Take it from the crew of electricians at Revience: You won’t regret it!
But why? Why do you, a homeowner who is hypothetically hiring someone for their expertise, need to know anything about that expertise in the first place?
Becoming a home electrical contractor is not as straightforward as you might think. There are a variety of certifications a person can earn in this field, and a certification in one area might not teach just any contractor to work with just any kind of wiring.
To make sure you don’t waste your money and time by calling a contractor that can’t safely help you, educate yourself on a cursory level about home electricians and what specific branches of the career field deal with.
Our electronic devices are integral to living a modern lifestyle. Home security systems with cameras help us keep an eye on our belongings while we’re away. Smart lighting control saves both money and the environment, not to mention being pretty darn convenient on top of it.
When something goes down, it can certainly throw quite the wrench in your day! When you learn a bit about home electricians and what they do, you can quickly eliminate unqualified ones from your pool of potential professionals, thus shortening the time it takes to get your household up and running again.
You’ll gain a better understanding of how your home devices work – and a better understanding of how to take care of them.
Though electronics are incredibly complex (Why else do home electrical contractors often need licencing in most cases?), learning even on a basic level how your favorite home automation devices and the like work can greatly increase their working lives. When you pick the right kind of home electrician for your needs, you’ll get sound advice from a pro on how to maintain your favorite home conveniences.
Understanding what electricians do can make the repair and maintenance process of your home all the easier. But you don’t need to spend hours researching the topic – we at Revience will tell you everything you need to know!
As both high-voltage and low-voltage electricians, our team can handle almost any kind of electrical problem your family faces. Plus, as experts in home automation and home security technologies, we maintain a working knowledge of how these conveniences interact with your home’s electrical system, making us the ideal choice if you need anything automation-related done.
While we’re ready to answer any of your questions with a consultation, we’re also here to help even if you don’t choose us as your electrician. Below, you’ll learn a little about low-voltage electricians, what they do, and when you might need one.
Just because a given electrician works with low-voltage wiring doesn’t mean they’re less skilled or less competent than high-voltage electricians!
Low-voltage devices – those that use between five and twenty-four volts of electricity – take just as much skill to work with and install as those that use more power. These devices tend to be more specialized than those that run off of high-voltage wiring.
While a majority of your appliances and day-to-day amenities work off of high-voltage circuits, low-voltage electricians and the wiring they tend to can maintain the following devices…
Is your automated lighting system on the fritz? A low-voltage electrician will be able to tame it. A high-quality home electrician will also install such devices to ensure their long-term functionality.
Want to be a fly on the wall in your own home? A low-voltage electrician can make this possible with state-of-the-art home security systems. They also can help you keep up with maintenance for said systems, so that you’re never left without your favorite conveniences.
Needing the media room of your dreams? What about a whole-home audio system?
Low-voltage electricians can tackle a variety of your entertainment-related needs, providing you with a much-needed place of respite during these trying times.
No matter if you need low-voltage or high-voltage electricians, our versatile team is here to help. Give our Edina office a call now at 952-941-5289. Let’s streamline your home, automate your life, and get working the entertainment systems you deserve!