Power Up Lighting & Electrical, LLC provides a wide range of electrical services including Wiring Services, Electrical Services, Lighting Services for commercial and residential properties in the Birmingham, AL area.
If you don't see what you are looking for here, contact us. We will be happy to answer any of your service questions.
Electrical Services in detail
Safety and Code Corrections
Power Company Meter Sockets
Replace Tattered Service Cables
Replace Aluminum Wiring
Under Ground and Buried Utilities
Under Cabinet Lighting
Chandelier Take Down & Repair
Automatic & Motion Lighting
Residential and commercial wiring
Upgrade and repair for new houses and remodels.
Appliance and lighting installations
Electrical circuit installations to latest electrical code requirements.
Architectural lighting design
Installation of fixtures to meet any mood or highlight decor.
Data network / Telephone installations / Cable TV
Wireless or wired computer circuits, telephony lines and cable tv for home or office.
Power meter and electrical panel service
Service upgrades and replacements for safety and reliability.
Bathroom and spa wiring
Code compliant circuit installation, shock protection, and GFI circuit installations.
Concealed audiovisual speaker and cable wiring for multi-room systems.
Doorbells & Controlled Access
When to Call a Pro
Beware of handy men, painters, carpenters and others that 'are electricians too'. The National Electrical Code is a big fat Code and Safety Book, written to SAVE LIVES! Certified electricians are required to know the codes and safety procedures. I hope you call us to do your electrical work, but if not, please call a licensed electrician!
Besides the documented training required to perform electrical task, liability insurance is specific to the work you are licensed to do. I spend most of my life in the attic or under the house and I see sub standard wiring almost everywhere, I can tell immediately if an electrician did the work or not. I also am called to make 'corrections' when the 'HOME INSPECTOR' is involved, so chances are good you get to pay twice to get the same light installed correctly.
HOMEOWNERS, I'm sorry, I don't encourage you to 'practice' wiring in your home. There is too much at stake. I know the guy at the hardware store told you exactly how to do it, but DON'T, unless you have a CERTIFIED ELECTRICIAN supervise or inspect your work.