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24-Hour Greenville Electrical Services

Professional Electricians for Your Home

At Dipple Plumbing, Electrical, Heating & Air, we take pride in the fact that our electricians have served the community for 40 years. When it comes to your electrical needs, our licensed electricians take care of every detail. We use high-quality equipment, tools, and materials to ensure that the job is completed correctly and safely the first time.

Along with prompt service calls and troubleshooting, our professional electricians perform electrical repairs, regular maintenance, new installations, and upgrades. We’re also available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for emergency service calls.

Electrical Services We Offer

Our highly skilled Greenville SC electricians are licensed to take care of every electrical situation you may have and will ensure that you can safely operate your electrical systems. We offer numerous services for your convenience.

They include:

  • Electrical wiring, inspections, and repair
  • Breaker and ballast replacement
  • Appliance hook-up
  • Lighting and dimmer installation
  • Cable TV and phone jack installation
  • Surge protection

Warning Signs: Electrical Malfunctions

It’s important to be vigilant and keep an eye on all of your electrical equipment. By looking out for warning signs, as well as using your equipment properly, you may avoid a catastrophe.

Look for these warning signs:

  • Hot sockets or plugs
  • Blown fuses
  • Recurring circuit breaker trips
  • Scorch or char marks
  • Damaged or frayed cables, cords, and wires
  • Flickering or dimming lights
  • Buzzing or slight shock when turning something on
  • Burning smell

If you observe any of these warning signs, call us immediately. We’ll send a certified electrician to inspect any problems areas, offer suggestions or options, and repair or replace any damaged electrical units the same day.

Electrical Safety at Home:

When it comes to electricity, we all know how important it is to treat it with respect. We love being able to turn on a lamp and have light, or push a button and turn on the TV, but we also know that there is a lot of current behind the walls that makes these things possible. Practicing proper electrical safety can keep you and your family from harm, and at Dipple, we're here to do whatever we can to ensure your Greenville home is safe. If you need a residential electrician to take care of faulty wiring or broken outlets, contact us today!

Electrical safety tips:

  • Check your cords - There are likely a number of electrical cords in your house, whether they're running from an appliance to the wall or from the wall to your bedside lamp. You may have surge protectors and extension cords plugged into your outlets to expand the reach of your electricity, but it's important to use these in the proper manner. Plugging too many things into an outlet can pose a risk, and frayed or worn cords can be very dangerous. It's best to plug an appliance directly into the wall with its own cord, and when you unplug it, always pull on the plastic plug housing, never the cord itself.
  • Clean your appliances - We want our appliances to run smoothly, and that sometimes requires us to work on and clean them. In the kitchen, you may have a coffee maker, microwave, and toaster that all use electricity to cook your food and make you that first cup of joe in the morning. When cleaning these appliances, it's always a good idea to unplug them first before you wipe them down or take them apart for maintenance. Even when they're turned off, they're still pulling power from the outlet they're plugged into, and it's important to avoid the risk of a shock. With larger appliances such as your television or your washer and dryer, it's best to call a certified repair service to take care of any issues. Your dryer likely has a 220v plug, and that maintenance should always be left to an experience electrician.
  • Be aware of power lines - The electricity for your home has to come from somewhere, and that's usually from overhead power lines outside your home. There is likely a line that runs from the pole in the alley, and it's important to avoid overhead lines whenever you're working outside. If you're trimming trees or working on the roof, be aware of where these overhead lines are so that you can avoid electrocution. If you're playing with the kids in the backyard and they have a kite or a drone, make sure they keep the toys away from the power lines.

If you're concerned about any outlets, wiring, or cords in your home, please contact us today. As your residential electrician, we'll look everything over and provide the proper recommendations for making your home a safer place. We can hook up new appliances and make sure that your circuit breaker is set up correctly for the electrical demands of your house.

Electrical Work Is Dangerous: Contact a Local Professional

Although you may be tempted to take care of your own electrical needs, keep in mind that you may cause serious harm to yourself, family members, and to your home and neighborhood if you make an error. The highly-experienced professional electricians at Dipple are available in the Upstate and Greenville, SC regions, and are committed to helping with every electrical need.

We treat you with the utmost respect and provide exceptional customer service at competitive rates. Contact us online or at (864) 319-3220!

Why You Better Call Dipple

40 Years of Quality Service
  • 24/7 Emergency Services

    We take calls around the clock, because plumbing, HVAC, & electrical emergencies don't always occur during business hours.

  • Discounted Prices on Repairs

    We offer coupons for heating & cooling tune-ups, water heater installation, & sewer line replacement.

  • Customer Assurance Plan

    Our comprehensive menu of services enables you to keep your house running safely and smoothly all year long.

  • Legacy of Excellence

    We are Trane Comfort Specialists with an A+ rating from the BBB & 40 years of awards & positive reviews.

Don't Take Our Word For It

Listen to Our Happy Customers
  • “This was my second experience with Dipple and both times left me satisfied.”

    John T.
  • “I must brag on the guys you have working for you.”

    Geneva D.
  • “This is the second time they've done work here and I'm very pleased with service and quality.”

    Bryna S.
  • “Called Dipple, Got a speedy response.”

    Scott K.
  • “We were so appreciative! And we are very grateful for the excellent work!”

    Lynn K.
  • “Was impressed with their professionalism and quick response to my issue.”

    Lisa C.
  • “I've trusted Dipple with my HVAC and plumbing service for 4 years and have exceeded my expectations.”

    Lisa T.
  • “This was the third time that I have used Dipple.”

    Steven H.
  • “Found and repaired the problem with kitchen plumbing in minutes!”

    Jim L.
  • “We would recommend this company to anyone that wants people who know what they are doing.”

    Linda P.
  • “I recommend Dipple to anybody that wants the job done professionally and correctly the first time!”

    Lora J.
  • “Very impressed.”

    Robin B.
  • “Five stars are not enough.”

    Doug A.
  • “They are hard working people and complete the job as quickly as possible with courtesy and professionalism.”

    Janet F.
  • “They were prompt, professional, and thorough in repairing a problem we had with our furnace.”

    R.M.

Our Certifications & Awards

  • OSHA Certified
  • NEST Certified
  • NCCER Certified
  • EPA Certified
  • NATE
  • BBB A+ Accredited Business
  • Voted Best 2013
  • Voted Best 2014
  • Voted best Plumber 2015
  • Voted Best Heating & Air Repair Services 2015
  • Voted Best 2016
  • Voted Best Plumber 2016
  • Voted Best Heating & Air Repair Services 2016
  • Best of the Upstate 2018

Contact Us Today!

Better Call Dipple at (864) 319-3220
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