We offer complete home inspections and other residential electrical services.

New Home & Renovation Wiring

BR Electric can handle the wiring for your new home, garage, or addition. We live in an increasingly digital age, and new homes are future-proofed to handle the increasing need for power.

We can also inspect and repair older homes that need attention to return them to working order. If you are concerned about safety or your building passing code, let us inspect it for you.

Electrical Troubleshooting & Repair

We can troubleshoot any problems you may be having in your electrical system and have you up and running quickly.

We are equipped to make emergency service calls so you won’t have to be in the dark long if something malfunctions.



Many homes constructed pre 1950’s have what is called knob and tube wiring, or other inadequate wiring systems. This type of wiring can be in bad shape and be a fire risk.

Call us today to schedule an inspection of your homes wiring. If you need to have your home rewired we can handle the job.

Rewiring your home may not be a costly as you’d expect. Call us to schedule a free home rewiring estimate.

Additional Circuits


Air conditioners and other appliances often need to be run on their own dedicated circuits. We’ve got you covered for any additional power needs you may have.

Low Voltage Lighting



The proper lighting can top off the look of any space in your home. To get the atmosphere just right, make sure that your lights work just the way you want them to.

BR Electric specializes in low voltage lighting installations. We handle all types of interior and exterior low voltage lighting systems. We can help you with anything from low voltage interior track and recess lighting to exterior landscape lighting.

Main Service Installations & Upgrades

Our modern lifestyles now include many new technologically advanced products that challenge old electrical services.

If you’re updating an older home, odds are it will be necessary to upgrade your electrical service to a minimum of 100 amps, typically 200. Why? It’s to ensure that there’s enough power in the home for all the modern electrical needs without risk of overloading circuits which may cause a fire.

Call us today to schedule a free estimate for a new main service installation or upgrade.