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Troubleshooting Tip

I have received multiple calls lately with people having problems of not having lights or power in multiple bathrooms and in outdoor receptacles. Every time the problem was a faulty or tripped GFCI receptacle located in the garage. Builders wire a home this way as a cost cutting method. Before you call an electrician ensure all GFCI buttons have been reset no matter their location in your home.
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Beware of Hidden Electrical Dangers in Your Home

Call a qualified electrician or your landlord if you have:
• Frequent problems with blowing fuses or tripping circuit breakers
• A tingling feeling when you touch an electrical appliance
• Discolored or warm wall outlets
• A burning or rubbery smell coming from an appliance
• Flickering or dimming lights
• Sparks from an outlet
Inspect your home for hidden electrical hazards.
Check electrical cords to make sure the wires are not damaged, cracked or loose. If the cords need to be repaired, take the item to a professional repair shop, hire an electrician or replace with a new item.
Make sure cords are not running across doorways or under carpets.
If they are, have a qualified electrician install more outlets.
Keep children away from electric cords and outlets. Cords placed in the mouth can cause a burn and objects placed in a receptacle can cause a shock, burns or electrocution.
Make sure that all receptacle outlets and switches have faceplates.
Never put more than one plug in each receptacle. An outlet may have one or more receptacles — one to receive each plug.
Be sure that the bulbs in your lights match what is safe for the lamp. There should be a sticker that indicates the maximum wattage for the light bulb — such as use maximum of a 60 watt bulb.
Light bulbs in the living area of your home, including closets, should have a shade or globe for protection. Light bulbs can get very hot and cause a fire if something that can burn is too close.
Ground-fault circuit interrupters (GFCIs) reduce the risk of shock by shutting off an electrical circuit when the circuit could be a shock hazard. Your home should have GFCIs in the kitchen, bathroom(s), laundry, basement, garage, and outdoor areas.
Heat producing appliances such as a toaster, coffee maker, iron or microwave oven draw a lot of electricity.
Plug only one heat producing appliance in each outlet to prevent wiring from overheating.
Buy only appliances that have the label of a recognized testing laboratory.
Arc-fault circuit interrupters (AFCIs) protect against fire by monitoring the electrical current in a circuit and shutting off the circuit when unintended arcing occurs. AFCIs should be installed in your home. If not, have a professional electrician install them for you.
Keep ladders away from overhead power lines, including the electrical service into your home.
Think Green! Turn off lights when you are not in the room. Unplug appliances when not in use.
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6821 Rio Rancho Way Las Vegas, NV 89122
6821 Rio Rancho WayUSNevadaLas Vegas89122
ElectricianToday 8:00 am – 6:00 pm
Monday 8:00 am – 6:00 pmTuesday 8:00 am – 6:00 pmWednesday 8:00 am – 6:00 pmThursday 8:00 am – 6:00 pmFriday 8:00 am – 6:00 pmSaturday 8:00 am – 6:00 pmSunday 8:00 am – 6:00 pm
$45 Per Hour Las Vegas Electrician. We are offering the following services and more to the Las Vegas valley for the low price of $55 per hour......
  • Expert Troubleshooting and Repair        
  • Lighting Upgrades and Design
  • 220v Appliance and Spa Circuits
  • Dedicated Circuits
  • Recessed and Track Lighting
  • Ceiling Fan Installation
  • Landscape Lighting
  • Outdoor and Security Lighting
  • Remodel and New Construction
  • and more.....
With Affordable Las Vegas Electrician you will receive the same level of service you would get with the electricians charging you $85-$125 per hour. We offer cheap pricing without sacrificing our level of service.

by Lisa- Las Vegas, NV
I had Affordable Las Vegas Electrician over to my home for 3 full days working on a long punchlist of electrical issues. He is a great problem solver with excellent communication. Very honest, professional and always on time. It is so hard to find good, trustworthy, affordable contractors in this town. I only wish he was a plumber and landscaper, too! He hung our flatscreen over the fireplace and installed about a dozen light fixtures. The house looks so much better! Would surely call him again and recommend to all who are looking for quality work done in a timely manner.

by Rick- Las Vegas, NV

I had Affordable Las Vegas Electrician over to my condo installing a 220v line from the electrical panel to the kitchen. He completed the job in less time than he originally estimated and the quality of his work was outstanding. He showed me the receipt with the items he purchased at Home Depot and did not charge anything extra.
I will definitely be using him for any of my electrical needs in the future and I highly recommend him to all of you who are looking for a professional and honest electrician.

Patty E.
Henderson, NV
5.0 star rating

Was prompt, reliable, and knowledgeable electrician. He found the problem immediately and repaired it. VERY reasonable cost. I will be using this company again.
Very highly recommended!
Thank you for your great service. 

Bob L.
Henderson, NV
5.0 star rating

We were very satisfied with Affordable Las Vegas Electrician as our electrician and would use him again. he is very careful and does good work, very good timing and does what he says he is going to do.

  If you are in need of an electrician in Las Vegas or surrounding areas, Call the affordable Las Vegas Electrician.
      I am offering my services for the every day low price of $45 per hour. This is less than half of what other Las Vegas electricians will charge you. 

We Offer Electrical and Lighting Service to the Following Cities and Surrounding Areas
  • Las Vegas
  • Henderson
  • Boulder City
  • North Las Vegas
  • Green Valley
  • Enterprise
  • We service the following zip codes:

    89004 89011 89012 89014 89015 89030 89031 89032 89052 89074 89084 89086 89101 89102 89103 89104 89106 89107 89108 89109 89110 89113 89115 89128 89118 89119 89120 89121 89122 89123 89124 89128 89129 89131 89134 89135 89138 89139 89141 89142 89143 89144 89145 89146 89147 89148 89149 89156
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Hayden Mason
5 months ago
Call for the best pricing and exceptional service.
Mike Jones
6 months ago
Awesome service at a great price.
Response from the owner - 6 months ago
Thank you Mike....It was great working with you.