Troubleshooting & Repairs

When nearly everything in your home is connected to power, a faulty or unreliable electrical system can be maddening. Call Upgrade Services, LLC today to set up an electrical repair. We offer in-depth electrical troubleshooting services so that we can fix the actual problem instead of just putting a Band-Aid over it.

Hiring us means that the real issue will be resolved. Letting electrical damage get worse can be a threat to your home. Give us a call to set up a troubleshooting appointment today.

  • Flickering Lights
  • Charred or Burned Outlets
  • Broken GFI Outlets
  • Dead Outlets
  • Sparking Outlets
  • Bad Breakers
  • Frayed Wiring
  • Overwired Panel
  • Ungrounded Receptacles 
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Tell us the problem, and we will do the rest. You can trust Upgrade Services for your new construction electrical wiring needs. We can also work with faulty motion-sensing lights and reinstall outlets wherever you’d like. Once we’ve done some thorough electrical troubleshooting, we can fix the root of the problem. Electrical problems won’t resolve themselves, so reach out right away to tell us what issues you’re having.  Call today and schedule one of our expert electricians to discuss new electrical needs.

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Frequent Questions


Is it difficult to add an outlet to an existing finished room?

Each job is different, depending on where you want it installed. Call us today to give you a price to add power where it’s needed.


Why do my plugs keep falling out of my outlets?

The most common cause of loose outlets is wear and tear on the contact points. However, bad wiring can also result in dangerous heat and sparks.


Why are my lights in my house flickering?

Multiple flickering lights can be unsettling. This issue is usually caused by faulty home wiring. Since circuit issues can be dangerous, call an electrician for a quick diagnosis.


What if all my outlets have two pronged receptacles?

Your home’s wiring has no way to safely conduct any stray current that escapes the confines of the wires. Current code requires grounded circuits and outlets.