Are you remodeling your home? Are you adding a room, refinishing a basement, or renovating a kitchen or bathroom? If so, you will need to update your electrical system to accommodate the additional needs of the extra space.
Professional and Experienced Electricians
The experienced electricians at Pallardy Electric can help you will all your electrical needs for your remodeling project. Some areas where you might need help include rewiring, adding or moving outlets and switches, and audio-visual wiring. We can also assist you in installing or moving lighting fixtures and ceiling fans.
It’s a good idea to consult with us during the design phase before actually starting the physical renovation. We can advise on the electrical modifications that you will need to make. This will eliminate the need to tear out the newly installed cabinets because you forgot to add a receptacle or switch.
We will work with you to determine the layout of your new renovations and your goals. What types of lighting do you prefer? How many and what types of appliances will you be using? If you’re putting up or knocking down walls, it may be an opportune time to upgrade your electrical system. You can satisfy current needs, as well as plan for the future.
Rewiring & Rerouting
Whether your knocking down walls and adding new ones, or just moving things around, you’ll probably need the electrical system adjusted. Moving receptacles and switches will need to be done
New House Wiring
We specialize in working with homeowners to help them create their dream home. Letting the homeowner control such minute details as receptacle and switch placement ensures a level of satisfaction that other electrical contractors do not achieve. We work directly with the homeowner to make suggestions for lighting or other improvements that may not occur to them.
Interior Lighting and Remodeling
Kitchen and bath remodels are excellent opportunities to bring those areas of the house up to date to the latest code requirements. It's also a great time to change the lighting in those areas. Feel free to give us a call and we can go over some suggestions of ways to improve the lighting in an area of your house.
For example, recessed light fixtures or pendant lights over kitchen peninsulas and islands have become very popular. Dimmer switches can help control the brightness, so that you get enough light to prepare a meal but are able to soften it while you’re eating it. Installing LED under-cabinet lights can add a nice touch as well.
Audio and Video Wiring
Have you been thinking about installing a home theater in your house? Let us help you design and install the electrical work in your home theater to give you the biggest WOW for your buck. We can also design and install whole-house audio systems so you can enjoy music in several rooms throughout you house.
Although not technically considered a remodel, sprucing up your landscaping with well-placed lighting is a great way to make your home stand out. By accenting architectural or landscaping features, you can give your home a unique look as well as making it feel warm and inviting to visitors.
Go with the Local Electricians
Pallardy Electric has been in business since 2001, serving satisfied customers in St. Louis and St. Charles counties. We offer both residential and commercial electrical services, to include lighting, service panel upgrades, troubleshooting, and upgrades.
Contact us today to find out how we can help you with all of your electrical needs.
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- Andrea Rand
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"I Have used Pallardy electric for multiple jobs commercial and residential, and they always provide a high quality experience, are very well priced, and very easy to work with. I would recommend using Pallardy for any electrical work if you live in the St. Louis area."