Our emergency electrical services are available 24/7 for your peace of mind and safety.
Here at Buckingham Electric Inc., we often get asked what electrical situations call for our emergency electrical services. The answer depends on many different factors and can vary from person to person. For example, while one family is comfortable “roughing it” with flashlights overnight, another might find that idea terrifying. Another consideration is what you need power for. If you have a medical device that needs electricity, getting the power back on is critical. In addition, some electrical issues can be a safety concern, such as if you smell something odd that indicates the potential for an electrical fire.
When you call us for emergency electrical services, we recognize that you have already determined you have a reason not to wait until normal business hours. We will discuss what you have going on to gauge how quickly we need to respond and to give you important advice about safety protocols you should employ in the meantime. We might recommend you shut off the power using the main control in the circuit breaker box, and we might also recommend you vacate the property if it sounds like there could be a fire or electrocution hazard.
Reliable, experienced, friendly electrical contractors
Our emergency electrical services are handled by licensed and certified electricians who have the expertise to quickly diagnose and resolve electrical emergencies. We do not use subcontractors who might not uphold our high standards for professionalism and quality. You can count on us to do the job right the first time on everything from troubleshooting calls to major electrical work.
If you have any questions about our emergency electrical services offered 24/7 in the Asheville, North Carolina area, don’t hesitate to contact us.
At Buckingham Electric Inc., we offer emergency electrical services in Asheville, Hendersonville, Arden, Marshall, Candler, Barnardsville, Fletcher, Marshville, Fairview, Lake Lure, Clyde, and Waynesville, North Carolina.