Residential Electrical Services

We have a 100% Satisfaction Guarantee for our residential electrical services. You don’t pay a dime…or even a penny until you are fully satisfied!

How many service providers are willing to make that promise? Tim Kyle Electrical Service gives you this guarantee because we believe in our talent. We trust our knowledge. We strive to make the experience of inviting us into your home a comfortable—dare we even say enjoyable—one.

NO JOB IS TOO SMALL! We give 100% to every light bulb change, just as we do to a remodeling or rewiring project. We use only high-quality, contractor-grade materials. We expect you to be 100% delighted! And we’re confident you will be.

New Installation & Remodeling

When adding an addition to your home or building a new house, we’ll design and install all of the electrical systems in your home—from light switches to electrical outlets, service panels to your beloved high-speed cable lines.

Repairs & Rewiring

Want to make that unused formal living room a game room or library? Tired of staring at an old ceiling fan that doesn’t work? Whatever your electrical repair and remodeling needs, we can power the solution.

Home Safety Service Plan

Signing up for a Tim Kyle Electrical Home Safety Service Plan avails you of priority service, an annual safety check and extended warranties on any new equipment we install. Maybe we should call it a Wallet Protection Plan!

Emergency Standby Power

With standby power, your house is never in the dark. We can install your emergency generator and power panel. And, we’re happy to help you size and select one of the world’s best generators by Kohler.

Landscape Lighting

Enjoy your planting investment even when Mother Nature’s “light” is off. Lighting can enhance your night time landscape and outdoor electricity is just the juice you need to get your waterfall flowing.

Panel Upgrades

Existing older homes wiring and main electrical panels can easily become outdated, we can take care of any of your rewiring or electrical panel needs. Please check to make sure you do not have these dangerous and unsafe electrical panels.

Surge Protection

A big increase in voltage that exceeds the designated safe electrical flow is a surge, and, if left untouched, these surges could overheat the wiring and case fires. Avoid this and other risks associated with electrical surges by installing surge protection in your home right away.

Security Lighting

Illuminated lights greeting you when you drive up to your house. Motion sensors that help you see into night’s darkness. An actively lit house is a house that appears occupied. We can help you secure a bit of valued security.

Smart Home

Smart home lighting allows the user to turn on and off lights from any distance, so even if you’re across the ocean, you can turn off unused lights at the push of a button.

Electric Vehicle Charger

Whatever the make or model of your electric car, we’d love to sit down with you to figure out a charging station solution that suits your needs.

Kitchen Lighting

We can help you to figure out the most appropriate lighting in the kitchen for whatever you’re doing, whether it be cooking, homework, or just spending time together. So much happens in the kitchen, so why wouldn’t you want to make sure it’s all well-lit?

Recessed Lighting

Deceptively simple, recessed lighting is installed in the ceiling itself so that it gives the effect of light coming from somewhere above. It provides beautiful light coverage of any space, providing particular attractiveness to kitchens as it shines a light on a space that is always so busy and usually full of people.

Under Cabinet Lighting

Usually installed beneath cabinets or shelves, under cabinet lighting can produce localized light for a work surface, such as a kitchen counter. For those who want both utility and aesthetic, under cabinet might be the lighting solution for you.

Smoke Detectors and Carbon Monoxide Detectors

There is no debate about it: smoke detectors and carbon monoxide detectors are a necessity for every home. To ensure that they’ve been properly installed, you should have a professional take care of the initial addition and ask their advice when it comes to any maintenance.

Arc Fault Circuit Breakers

Newer homes (those built after 2014) have an arc fault circuit breaker already installed within the breaker box. However, if you have a home built before that year, then you need one installed pronto in order to prevent electrical fires and other dangers.

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