- - Electrical Wiring/Rewiring
- - Breakers & Fuses
- - Trouble Shooting
- - 110V, 220v Circuits
- - Fault Interrupt Circuits
- - Pool & Spa Wiring
- - 3 Phase Wiring
- - Switch Board & Generator
- - Dimmers & Switches
- - Timers & Motion Sensors
- - Energy Conservation
- - Electric Meter Relocation/Upgrades
- - Decorative Lighting, Chandeliers, and Track Lighting
- - Transformer Upgrades/Installation
- - Recessed Lightings
- - Security & Landscape Lighting
- - Electrician Lighting Design & Installation
- - Fluorescent Signs
- - Fluorescent Ballast Changes
Welcome to Encino Electrician
Encino Electrician is commited to being the best in our Industry. We perform complete, quality installations in all the feilds of electrical construction: Commercial, Industrial, Residential, Data/Communication and Design Build. Service an professionalism are the key to ouyr success. Our number one goal is customer satisfaction. we do things the only way we know how -the right way.
Encino Electrician is a family owned and operated business that provides quality workmanship the first time and every time. We strive for high levels of achievment but our main focus is making every client a long time friend. The organization has over 18 years of collective experience in providing excellence in project management, installation, service, and consulting to the public sector.
Our Customer Service is our Number one Priority!
An electrician is a tradesman specializing in electrical wiring of buildings, stationary machines and related equipment. Electricians may be employed in the installation of new electrical components or the maintenance and repair of existing electrical infrastructure.] Electricians may also specialize in wiring ships, airplanes and other mobile platforms.
"Electrician" and "Electrical Contractor" are related, though sometimes confused terms. An electrician is an individual tradesperson; an electrical contractor is a business person or firm that employs electricians to help design, install, and maintain electrical systems. In most of the United States, separate licensing requirements exist for electricians and electrical contractors. Electricians are typically not allowed to perform work unless under the employment of an electrical contractor.