How often should I get my electrical system maintained?

Stryker Electric and Air recommends that you consider scheduled maintenance to the entire electrical system of your building at least once per year. Our team is ready to respond to any emergencies 24/7 if the need arises. With Stryker Electric and Air, you receive comprehensive coverage when you partner with our electricians.

How often should I test my electrical equipment?

Stryker Electric and Air recommends monthly physical examination of your equipment for electrical hazards such as exposed wiring.

If you find a fault with your electrical equipment don’t hesitate to call our experts at Stryker Electric and Air anytime 24/7/365.

Can I change an existing switch to a dimmer switch?

Stryker Electric and Air strongly advises against DIY dimmer switch ‘swap-outs’ unless you are skilled and qualified and understand how to recognize the complexity of wiring and circuitry. No job is too small for Stryker Electric and Air, especially since your safety can be at serious risk with even the simplest of electrical tasks.

I think I burned a fuse by running too many appliances at once! Can you fix that?

Older or outmoded electrical panel boxes are usually to be blamed for fuses that constantly blow. Stryker Electric and Air recommends and performs upgrades to these integral components so that appliances can be fully utilized without fear of damages or incidents of burning smells.

Why doesn’t my light switch work for my lighting fixture?

The simplest explanation is a tripped circuit, which means that the flow of power between the fixture and the switch has been cut off or obstructed.

Other possibilities include burned-out or corroded contacts, damaged wiring, or a problem with the circuitry inside of the light fixture.

My exterior fixture burns out frequently. Should I get it repaired?

Faulty electrical wiring or defective high wattage bulbs can cause burnouts. Contact Stryker Electric and Air if you have the slightest suspicion that your wiring or fixtures may be at fault. No job is too small for our expert technicians.

What is a “short” or a “short circuit”?

A short circuit occurs when there is an unintended diversion of current in a circuit. This can sometimes cause permanent damage to electrical components, and render electronics inoperable.

Stryker Electric and Air guarantees the best of electrical expertise and knowledge when it comes to wiring and configuration of fixtures, to ensure a high standard of safety, sometimes at a level beyond standard electrical building codes.

What can I do to lower my electric bill?

The surest and fastest way to reduce your energy costs would be to lower your energy consumption.

But if your demand for power cannot be reduced without major disruptions to your life and your activities, then technological upgrades may be right for you.

Stryker Electric and Air, in our commitment to improving standards in all the industries we serve, fully support the move toward energy saving technologies such as LED lighting, state of the art HVAC units and high quality wiring and electronics.

I want to know more about the logistics of your electrical services—can you come at night or on weekends? Is there a minimum time/cost required?

In short, yes Stryker Electric and Air can come at nights and on weekends, due to our 24/7/365 service provision.

Details relating to time and cost would be communicated to you at the time of your service request.

Can you move my plug to the middle of my wall behind my TV, so I won’t see my cords running down the wall?

Yes, your outlet can be relocated to eliminate all those unsightly cords.

Stryker Electric and Air is equipped, to cut and drill holes as needed, through a variety of materials, so that channels for cables can be laid.