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Ricks Advanced Electric LLC  

711 N. 22nd Street - Mesa, AZ 85213
https://www.ricksadvancedelectric.com/Home_Page.html
Residential Electrician Servicing the Phoenix Metro Valley
Specializing in Remodel, New home wiring
Service repairs and troubleshooting
Code and safety evaluations
Panel upgrades
Indoor, outdoor, custom lighting
New circuits
Switches, outlets, GFI
Pool and Spa circuits, electrical repair
BBB Accredited

Rick Schmitz 480-612-1328 - 4806121328  

President

Services
Cable TV or Modem Wiring - Install or Repair
Electrical Contractors - Residential
Electrical for Remodel or Addition - Install
Electrical Wiring or Panel - Upgrade
Switches, Outlets & Fixtures - Install or Repair
and more...

Licenses
ROC-253991

Insurance
Allied General Aggregate limit 2,000,000 Products-completed limit 2,000,000 Personal and advertising limit 1,000,000 Each occurrence limit 1,000,000 Damage to premises rented limit 100,000 Medical expense limit 5,000

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Articles & Videos
Is Your Homes Outlets Grounded or Non Grounded, What is The Difference?
Homes wired prior to the 1960’s were commonly wired with a two-wired system with non-grounded outlets, unlike today’s modern wiring code which uses a three wire grounded system.

Electric Space Heaters, What You Should Know!
before you plug that space heater in, take a moment to understand some important facts that can possibly save your property and more important your life.

Aluminum Wiring, Is Your Home Safe?
Was your house built, in the late 60's or early 70's, if so your wiring is probably Aluminum. Many homes wired over 30 years ago with aluminum pose a multitude of fire and safety issues that most homeowners may not be aware of.

What to Look for When Choosing an Electrician
For most of us the thought of installing and wiring a new circuit for a new appliance, or replacing an old ceiling fan, is probably unlikely, if not for any reason other than proper safety and code issues. Therefore, how can you find and choose a reputable, affordable, and knowledgeable electrician.

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