In the 1820s and 1830s, the basic principles of electricity generation were being discovered by British scientist Michael Faraday. We still use the method that he used back then, which is to create a current between two poles of magnets using a loop of wire or disc made out of copper. The first street in the world to be lit by electric light bulbs was Mosley Street in the northeastern English city of Newcastle upon Tyne in 1879. Eventually, people all over the globe were powering appliances in their homes through electricity. Sewing machines, kettles, toasters, and fans were all powered by electricity to make life more comfortable and convenient for people. 

Nowadays, electricity is everywhere and used to power our cars, mobile devices, and all types of appliances and buildings. Because electricity is such a vital component to everyday life, you need reliable coverage throughout your home, business, or factory. A Seattle electrician can help you restore your electric system full functionality. 

Electrical Services 

We are a full-service Seattle electrical contracting company serving homeowners and project managers alike on new construction or upgrading old systems. One thing that sets us apart from other electrical contractors in Seattle is our 12-month warranty on services as a guarantee against defects from our workmanship. We stand by our work and want to be the reliable contractors that you consider for your next renovation or new project. Customer service is our passion, so if you need us to send someone out to your location then feel free to call our Service Center at 425-366-7714. 


Prefabricated light fixtures, junction boxes, and control panels can save a lot of time on your project. They also ensure safety, since our fabrication technicians work in-house in safe environments rather than on elevated platforms or on dangerous equipment.  Other items that are pre-fabricated in-house include:

  • Multiconductor cable systems
  • Temporary power stations and equipment
  • PLC panels
  • Raised floor applications
  • Wiring device assemblies
  • Underground duct banks

There are a number of reasons why using prefabricated items is preferable. First, pre-fabricated items are made in a controlled environment using consistent tools, methods, and production controls. This ensures the safety of workers and reduces the hazards on a construction site. Secondly, there’s less time wasted due to foul weather. With all the prefab work being done in a controlled environment, the weather cannot affect your construction schedule. Lastly, prefabricated components are able to be tested before they are installed, ensuring high-quality work.

Electrical fabrication requires a number of skills as the technician will install wiring, create drawings for planning and welding. Our pre-fabrication manager at Home Care Contractors, a Seattle electrical company, will work directly with your project manager to review blueprints and drawings and make any necessary changes before installing pre-fabricated items.

Electrical Implementation

What do racing cars, virtual reality systems, auto assembly lines, and traffic lights all have in common? They all rely on electrical instrumentation. They have sensors and rely on collected data to function, and then use that data to perform other tasks. Electrical implementation technicians control these computers, which have been adapted to be more rugged and durable. So if you need to set up an assembly line, then you will need a controller and a skilled technician to oversee its operation.  

Commercial Electrical Services in Seattle

Seattle commercial electricians install commercial generators, lighting systems for all types of businesses from retail to restaurants. Our service plans are compliant with local, state, and federal safety regulations. From office buildings to retail stores to hospitals and schools, Seattle’s Home Care Contractors can power up your new commercial construction building, or rewire or upgrade the current system you have. We abide by all OSHA standards, such as Lock-Out/Tag-Out procedures. It is a preventative measure to keep energy from transferring to other parts of the building while being serviced, keeping you and our technicians safe.

Low Voltage Systems

We also specialize in installing low-voltage systems. Low voltage systems are electrical components that use 50 V V of electricity or less. The most common voltages are 48 V 24 V and 12 V. Of course, they still present the risk of a minor shock but are at a much lower risk of creating an electric arc through the air. These low voltage systems can be found in a variety of settings and are useful in commercial renovation or new construction. 

Security Systems

Low voltage systems power security systems such as close circuit televisions. A network of surveillance cameras and monitors keeps your property and your employees safe. Low voltage systems also power intrusion detection systems such as motion sensors or intrusion sensors in entryways. They also power access control systems that prevent unauthorized individuals from going into secure areas. Card readers and other scanners meant to restrict access by the public from certain areas of your structure are all power by low voltage cabling.

Internet And Network Services

Office spaces and other commercial buildings need to run computers, phone lines, audio and visual equipment, intercom systems, and internet. These all require a different system, low voltage being one of them for all the networks to function correctly. Structured cabling can be made of fiber, copper, or coaxial structured cabling, and is reliable throughout all areas where you need coverage. Low voltage systems are also used to power your wireless Internet capability. Speak to a Home Care Contractors commercial electrical services expert today to learn more about what type of cabling would be best for your infrastructure.

Industrial Electrical Services

You need reliable power throughout all of your buildings that are part of your complex. Even one small electrical failure can lead to extended downtime. Productivity can plummet, equipment can become damaged if it was in use before the power went out and long periods without power can spoil or mar inventory. It’s also important to hire companies that can help you keep your system well-maintained so that you can continue business operations, protect your equipment, and protect your employees. Contact our Seattle commercial electrical company to get started.

Residential Electrical Services

Residential electricians in Seattle do a variety of improvements in your home to make it safer, such as servicing electrical panels, pool and landscaping lighting, tankless water heaters, air conditioning systems, and provide surge protection. We can also repair or replace smoke alarms and fire detectors if they have electrical issues. 

If you have any code violations, we can come to your property to assess and repair the issue.

Customer service is our priority. We are happy to explain to you any part of the process, the rationale for our suggested service work, and to outline for you in writing the costs.

One of the residential electrician’s most important jobs is to install lighting in new or renovated homes. Each person is different, and each home is going to be different. Every person has a different idea of what they want their home to look like, how they want people to feel when they visit their home, and what kind of energy-saving technology they would like to implement in their house. At Home Care Contractors, our Seattle electrical technicians provide an array of residential lighting services. We install:

  • Ceiling fans
  • Landscape lighting
  • Kitchen lighting
  • Indoor light controls and dimmers

Emergency And Safety Issues

When you have an electrical emergency, give us a call at Home Care Contractors and our on-call technician will be dispatched to your home as quickly as possible. We will troubleshoot and repair emergencies and safety issues related to:

  • Indoor and outdoor lighting
  • Old fuse boxes and updating them
  • Smoke alarm systems
  • Generators

Code Violations

If you need a technician out right away for any electrical code violations, give us a call immediately. We will send out a Seattle electrical technician to troubleshoot and repair the issue.

Service Areas

Home Care Contractors has made a reputation for itself in Seattle and surrounding areas. We offer general contracting and electrical services in Snohomish County, and in the Redmond and Bellevue, Washington areas. Our office is located in Mountlake Terrace, Washington. If you’re in any of our surrounding areas or in greater Seattle, then you can request a free quote here on our website.

Fast Emergency Electrical Services

In any situation, losing power is not ideal. A power outage in a manufacturing factory can damage equipment or cause injury if a certain piece of equipment was in the middle of an operation when the power was cut off. It can also lead to significant downtime as employees wait for the power to come back on to power up lights, computers, and other technology. In residential homes, any number of issues can arise, from the inability to use medical devices at home that rely on power to keeping food fresh. The latter is typically of great concern during inclement weather when power outages can last for several hours, putting the health of families and individuals at risk. And in a commercial setting, of course, just like an industrial setting, a power outage can lead to significant downtime, which costs the company money. And in the worst-case scenario, the electrical failure could be due to a safety issue that you need to have fixed right away to ensure the safety of your clients, employees, and customers.

That’s why Home Care Contractors provides 24/7 emergency electrical services to our Seattle customers. So whether you’re calling from a house or from a small business or a factory, we will be able to dispatch a technician to you immediately. We can get you back up and running immediately!

Why Choose Home Care Contractors 

Home Care Contractors has been serving homeowners and property managers in Seattle and the surrounding area for a long time and has established a solid reputation among many project managers, engineers, and architects. We take pride in our work, which is why we offer warranties on our craftsmanship.

At Home Care Contractors, we specialize in the installation and maintenance of electrical systems in all types of buildings. We install electrical wiring systems, repair existing electrical wiring systems, install control boxes and outlets, changing panels, and can improve air conditioning systems. 

Most people have the following goals in mind when hiring an electrician:

  • Reduce energy costs
  • Develop a design that is unique but also fits the space. From bedrooms to boardrooms, you want adequate lighting, plenty of electrical outlets, and the ability to control energy use in your space, such as using dimming lights.
  • Provide safe connections suitable for outdoor use.
  • Update an old building while preserving its historical integrity.

Whether you are building a new house or renovating an existing location, improving energy efficiency and safety is usually a priority. 

Lock Out/Tag Out Procedures

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) estimates that 120 people die and 50,000 more injured every year from electrocution while electrical work is being done. The lockout/tag out electrical safety procedure is an OSHA-compliant method that prevents an individual from accidentally turning on the power for dangerous equipment while work is being done, resulting in severe injury or death.

Whether you have an emergency situation that demands attention now or want to spruce up the lighting design in and around your house, Home Care Contractors can help you.

We Save You Time

Because a large part of work can be done beforehand in a prefab shop, the amount of time our technicians are out in the field is cut, which saves you time. And again, with work being done in a shop, your project is not held up by inclement weather the way most construction jobs are. This reduces the amount of time our technicians need to be on-site as well. 

Highly Skilled And Knowledgeable

Our staff is highly skilled in various aspects of electrical and instrumentation technology, from electrical theory to motor control to PLC programming and HMI configuration. 

Superior Customer Service 

With decades of experience, Home Care Contractors has developed quite the reputation in the Seattle area. We attribute our success to being grounded in certain principles, such as integrity, honesty, and respect. This is reflected in how we do business, care about our employees, and care about our clients.  

Our experience 

Collectively, Home Care Contractors has been in the industry for a decade, dedicating ourselves to doing our best possible work on each project. Each of our tradesmen is a master of their specific trade, such as framing, electrical services, or carpentry. In fact, we are so confident in our work that we offer a 12-month warranty against any defects in our workmanship.

Summary of the Home Care Contractors 

One of the things that sets Home Care Contractors apart from other contracting companies is the fact that we do offer our 12-month warranty to our clients against any defects in our workmanship. You will not find this type of warranty anywhere else in the industry. We value integrity and believe that a job should be done right the first time, but if there is an issue with the work we’ve done within 12 months, then we will send someone out to assess the extent of the work that we need to do. Just give our service center a call at 425-366-7714 so we can respond immediately.

How can I keep up my electrical maintenance? 

There are some steps you can take in order to maintain your electrical system. First, it’s important to use electronics and appliances accordingly. If you are overloading sockets or plugging too many appliances into a circuit, it can overload the circuit and cause a power outage. Not to mention it is also a fire hazard. And you want to keep these appliances and electronics away from areas that could be wet, including under vents that could drip on them.

Ask your electrician about ground fault circuit interrupters, or GFCIs. These are typically installed in rooms where there is water such as kitchens, bathrooms, and laundry rooms. Basically, they shut off electric power immediately in the event of a ground-fault in as little as 1/40th of a second. It is designed to trip as soon as a faulty tool is plugged in. The person may experience a shock but it will not be harmful.

Finally, hire an experienced and reputable electrical contractor to perform regular maintenance. You should have someone checking out your system at least once a year to ensure it is running properly.

When To Call An Electrician

Sometimes it’s easy to know when you need a commercial or residential electrician – you want to update a look or renovate! But when it isn’t a choice, it’s probably because of one of these serious signs:

  • Lights that flicker or dim that are not supposed to dim. If these lights don’t come on at all, and the walls around them are unusually warm, call immediately—this is an indication of a serious fire hazard.
  • No grounding wire in your outlets. This may be related to the issue explained above.
  • Hearing an electrical hum when using electronics that have been plugged in.
  • Any changes in your electricity bill that seems suspicious, or considerably different from the same time of year in past years.
  • If you live or own an older building that has not been updated in years.

Rewiring is essential to prevent heat from flowing into places in your home you don’t want it to, such as through plumbing pipes and wooden frames. When wires aren’t grounded, the electricity cannot move safely. Energy has to be transferred somewhere, and if that heat accumulates then it can result in a fire or electrical shock. 

We also understand that bad weather and unexpected issue happen that can require emergency electrical care. When you call us at Home Care Contractors, we will have a Seattle electrician out to you quickly to assess and repair the issue. 

Qualities to Look For When Hiring Your Next Contractor

You want the job done right the first time. But what does “right” truly mean? If you’ve never hired a contractor before, then you may want to consider the following questions to ask anyone you interview. First of all, anyone you talk to should encourage you to shop around. We are happy to work with clients who know they deserve the best and are willing to find the right fit. We hope to be your primary contractor and work endlessly to guarantee our customers’ satisfaction.

  • How many years have you been in business? This is a good question to ask. Our Seattle electrician/tradesmen have been in the industry for an average of 10 years.
  • What do your tradespeople specialize in? You don’t want anyone stepping onto your property who is not qualified. If you turn on the news, you can hear stories of avoidable issues that result from hiring under-qualified and under-experienced contractors. Our tradesmen are masters in their respective fields (i.e. stone, electricity, etc.)
  • May I see your portfolio? We’d love to show you our past projects! We are proud of the designs and work we’ve done throughout the Seattle area. Our goal is to ensure that you end up with a result that you love living or working in. 
  • What’s your customer satisfaction rating? We encourage you to check with third-party sites such as Angie’s List to find out what people are really saying about our company. At Home Care Contractors, we’ve worked on over 150 projects in the last year and have a 99 percent 5-star rating across all online rating platforms. If you call us to say you’re unsatisfied with our work, then we will come right back and complete the work until you’re happy with the final product. Our Seattle electricians take pride in their work and stand by their service.
  • What designs and options are available to me? You want to hire a contractor with a versatile portfolio that can bring any idea you have to life. We offer a variety of choices, from dimmers to ceiling fan fixtures, and both indoor and outdoor designs. Not sure what you want? We are happy to develop a design based on your needs, budget, and physical requirements. You will love the final product!

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