Posted on: Jul 05, 2016
Spoiler Alert: Chapter Two tells us that “15 ampere general-purpose branch circuits for dwellings shall supply a maximum of 8 outlets.” If you have no idea what that first sentence means, then you should not attempt electrical repair around your home. If you do not know the difference between the National Electrical Code®, 2014 Edition and the adopted codes of the Oklahoma Uniform Building Code Commission, leave electrical repair to professional electricians, such as the expert team from Airco Service, Inc.
While you can look up the 2014 edition of the National Electrical Code® yourself, if you lack the training and tools to understand its details, you risk your family’s safety, your home and possibly your life by trying to tackle electrical repairs on your own. Our trained electricians not only know the national code, they know the alterations to the code that Oklahoma’s Building Code Commission has put into law.
No matter your electrical dilemma, trust Airco Service Inc. to provide the correct electrical repair, adhering to the Code and keeping your family safe. Repair services include:
In addition to a long list of electrical repair services, Airco Services, Inc. also can help with new projects. We can:
At Airco Service, Inc. we take no chance with electricity. Your electrical repair or new work gets our undivided attention. We follow Oklahoma electrical code, use licensed, trained and certified electricians, and provide 24/7 emergency electrical repair service. Take no chance with your family’s safety or the protection of your home—contact Airco Services, Inc. for your electrical work today.