Electrical Installation Service, Repair and Upgrades For Allentown PA & Surrounding CommunitiesMaitz Home Services provides electrical repairs, service and installations of all kinds in Allentown Bethlehem and Easton, and the surrounding counties of: Lehigh, Northampton, Berks, Monroe, Bucks, and Montgomery.
Have you ever been inconvenienced by an electrical outage in your home? Have you ever wanted additional outlets or a more convenient switch? Would you like to turn a dull room in to a beautiful space with accent or recessed lighting? Maitz Home Services can help you with all of this and much more!
Our fully uniformed, licensed, bonded and insured service technician will arrive at your location on time in a fully stocked truck ready to solve any problem or request. Next, we’ll review the service to be completed, discuss your options and give you a firm price to complete the work. You'll never pay another dime! Best of all, we guarantee our work 100% with our Peace of Mind Guarantees.
Electricity is best left to the pros at Maitz Home Services. We even offer an Electrical Service Advantage Plan that includes an annual inspection of your home’s electrical system, including the main panel, breakers, fuses, wiring and safety devices.
Schedule Your Appointment Today!
Home Electrical Safety TipsOur homes are filled with things that run on electricity. They make our lives easier, but every year, more than 50,000 home fires are started by electrical problems. Hundreds of people die in these fires. You can protect your family by taking these steps:
- If your power goes out a lot or the lights in your home flicker, smell bad or make noise, have an electrician come to inspect your wiring.
- The electrical outlet in the bathroom should have a Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter (GFCI). This is a tool that protects you from a dangerous shock when water and electricity come together. An electrician can install a GFCI for you.
- All electrical outlets and switches should be covered by faceplates.
- All electrical cords should be in good condition.
- Don't tie or knot cords. Don't let furniture sit on cords.
- Use the right light bulbs in all lamps and light fixtures. You can look inside the light fixture to find a label that tells you which light bulb size (wattage) is right for the fixture.
- Look for a mark on the label such as ETL or UL when you buy electrical appliances (such as toasters, microwaves or coffee makers) and cords. This will tell you the product has been tested for safety.
- Unplug toaster ovens, coffee makers and other small appliances after using them.
- Keep appliances dry and away from water at all times.