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Electrical Panel


Electrical  Panel

Although appliances and electronic devices are becoming increasingly more energy efficient, the typical home uses far more of them than ever before. This increasing demand on the electrical panel poses overloading hazards, which could result in breaker trips and potential electrical fires.

You may need a new panel if:

  • Your home still runs off a 60-amp electrical service.
  • Your home uses a fuse panel or split-buss panel (electrical panel with no main breaker).
  • You’ve just bought or sold a home.
  • You’ve added an addition to your home.
  • Your kitchen was recently renovated.
  • You’ve added a major appliance (e.g., hot tub, central heating, air conditioning, stove, microwave, etc.)
  • Your panel shows visible signs of wear, makes crackling noises, or feels warms.
  • Your insurance has changed.
  • You’ve added an additional panel in a shed, garage, or workshop.
  • You’ve duplexed the residence.

If you ignore warning signs your electrical panel is sending you, it could result in:

  • Flickering lights
  • Breakers that constantly trip or fuses that frequently blow
  • Panel overheating or arcing
  • Discolored wires, devices, breakers, or fuses
  • Circuit breakers that will not turn off 
  • Rusted and corroded breakers or wires
  • Loose terminal screws (commonly found with aluminum wiring)
  • Dangerous ungrounded electrical systems



Wiring Upgrades  

Wiring  Upgrades / Knob  and  Tube  Removal

Often the electrical system of a house is never inspected after the initial installation. Over time, loose connections and frayed, exposed wires can result from normal wear and tear. Some wiring systems are more prone to these types of dangers. Homes with electrical systems 45 years or older typically have outdated systems. Overlooking the maintenance or repair of your electrical system can increase the risk of electrical shocks, breaker trips, and residential fires.
 You know your home has an outdated electrical system if it has:

  • Aluminum wiring
  • Ungrounded or non-metallic wiring
  • Knob and tube wiring
  • Two pronged (ungrounded) receptacles
  • GFCI (Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter) receptacles
  • AFCI (Arc Fault Circuit Interrupter) receptacles


If you don’t upgrade your electrical system, you could experience:

  • Flickering lights
  • Overheated or arcing panels
  • Discolored wires, devices, breakers, or fuses
  • Rusted or corroded devices
  • Over-heated devices
  • Dangerous electrical surges



Additions and Alterations  

Additions  and  Alterations

Our team of certified electricians can complete the necessary electrical work for your home renovation to code. If you’ve completed an addition or alteration recently it may have put extra strain on your current system—contact us if you have any questions or emergencies. But before it gets to that point, why not call us for an electrical safety inspection? We will thoroughly examine your system and ensure all new work meets both safety standards and your needs.






Your kitchen typically uses about one-third of the power of your home. If you’re considering a remodel or renovation, you need to hire a qualified electrician to ensure wiring is done safely and properly. Hire a JHM experienced electrician, and you’ll also receive tips and ideas on how to make the lighting in your kitchen one-of-a-kind. We specialize in:

  • Under-counter lighting
  • Pot lighting
  • Pendent lighting
  • Inside cabinet/glass shaving lighting



Electric Vehicle Charging Stations  

Electric  Vehicle  Charging  Station

Electric vehicles are increasing in popularity. If you are considering one or already own one, we can install a convenient, state-of-the-art charging station in your home. There are a variety of stations for you to choose from and we can answer any questions you may have about installation and service.
Choose JHM to professionally install your EV charger:

  • Full and thorough site and equipment inspection.
  • Full installation that meets all safety and regulatory requirements.
  • Electrical system upgrade.
  • Start-up verification and full inspection.
  • Overview of usage, maintenance, and warranty.



Solar Energy Systems  

Solar  Energy  Systems

Just like traditional energy systems, solar energy systems need regular maintenance too. In fact, maintenance is crucial to prolonging the life of your solar energy system and avoiding emergency repairs. Regular cleaning and frequent inspection are key. JHM specializes in:

  • Inverter Maintenance and Repairs
  • Electrical and Mechanical Maintenance and Repairs
  • Component Replacements and Repairs




Lighting  (Pot  Lighting/Landscape  Lighting)

Looking to increase the curb appeal of your home? Landscape lighting is one of the easiest and most cost-effective ways to give your yard a noticeable facelift. And that’s just the beginning. There are many reasons for you to call JHM to install custom pod or landscape lighting today:

  • Security: Outdoor lighting makes your home look attractive to most people, but not to criminals. Protect your home and all the things you love in it.
  • Accident Prevention: Avoid tripping over toys left on the lawn or in the driveway.
  • Energy Saving: Instead of leaving a “light on”, timed pod lighting can save you money and provide you with light when you need it.




Commercial  Services


Maintenance and Repair  

Maintenance  and  Repair

Whether your business is commercial, retail or industrial, your electrical equipment requires routine maintenance to prevent costly repairs. We can provide you with a customized plan that will meet your needs and most importantly, your budget. Our team can work around your schedule to help prevent any downtime or customer/employee distraction.
Call us today to find out how we can help keep your facility up-and-running.



Lighting Upgrades  

Lighting  Upgrades

Did you know that lighting can account for more than 30% of your total energy cost? That cost is higher for healthcare facilities and hotels. It makes sense that one of the best ways to cut down on your business’ energy bill is to upgrade or retrofit your lighting. If you have outdated lighting, such as T12s to T8s, replacing them with energy-efficient alternatives can save you a significant amount. Our team can also find lighting solutions for your location that will reduce costs by reducing the number of lights.
In just one visit, the JHM team can assess your current lighting system and offer a variety of solutions to make your location brighter and your operations more cost-efficient. Incandescent are out-of-date and less efficient. While halogen is more efficient than incandescent, it may not provide the best light for your facility. Fluorescents are most commonly used in commercial environments, but CFLs can save you more money. HID or high-intensity discharge bulbs do last longer and cast more light, but the quality of light may not be appropriate for your employees. Finally, LED lights are the most efficient and longest lasting lighting solution on the market.
JHM solutions include:

  • Fixture Retrofits
  • HID to Fluorescents or CFL
  • HID/Fluorescents to LED
  • Exit Sign LED retrofits




Ballast  and  Lamp  Repair

If you are experiencing the following problems with your ballasts or lamps, call JHM immediately to assess the problem:

  • Lights that don’t turn on/turn off right away
  • Dim or flickering lamps
  • Burnt out or damaged bulbs
  • Frequent bulb explosion or burn outs

To avoid the above problems, our team of certified electricians can do a full facility assessment that will prevent any reoccurring issues. We can also audit your energy use and design a customized lighting solution that will save you money and even improve the conditions in your location.


Getting ahead of a potential electrical problem could prevent an accident and save you money. Call us now.



Lighting Control and Automation  

Lighting  Control  &  Automation

Retrofitting or replacing the lights in your location is just one of the steps you can take to make it energy-efficient. Typically, lighting is one of the biggest business expenses you have, but with JHM’s help, you can reduce your energy costs.

Our solution to cutting your energy bill is based on your location and your needs. We can install lighting control systems that will turn off lights in meeting rooms, bathrooms, or lunch rooms when not occupied, dim lights when natural light is sufficient, or create an entire building solution that will reduce your HVAC costs as well.


With the help of our experienced and certified electricians, you can cut your energy consumption and bill. You may even qualify for energy rebates. Call JMH now to book an initial appointment.


For all other Inquiries please
contact us and we can give you a custom quote
for all your electrial needs.