Beltway Electrical Service

Beltway Electrical Service Since 1977, Beltway Electrical Service of Maryland and northern Virginia (VA), continues to build on

BELTWAY ELECTRICAL SERVICES is a family owned and operated local Electrical Contracting business serving the Prince George's, Montgomery, Charles, St Mary's, Anne Arundel and the Calvert County area for over 30 years. Our professional and knowledgeable technicians provide the expertise you require for all your Residential electrical service and repair needs. As expected, Beltway Electrical Services is fully licensed and insured for your protection.

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Beltway electrical service is hiring electricians. Must have 3 years experience with residential service and trouble shooting. Email info to [email protected].


Spring is coming be ready for that new patio or garden lights. Whatever your electrical needs are you can be sure Beltway electric can handle them. Give us a call our estimates are always free.


With the temperature dropping, sprinkler systems have been busting. When this happens, your electrical system can be damaged by the water. If you need an electrician we are available 24/7 for emergencies. Please give us a call. (301) 627-7355


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During a regular inspection, your electrician can offer money-saving recommendations. For example, keeping a ceiling fan on all day to circulate the air and moderate the temperature is less costly than cranking up the air conditioning. And turning off items like TVs and computers when not in use can save a lot of electricity.


Do not delay in calling an electrician if you are having any issues in your home. The delay could be enough to make a simple problem more serious - and costly. Catching a problem early could avoid a catastrophe.


A portable generator can also serve your power needs if the power goes off. They can also be wired to your electric panel, but many people keep them totally portable and just bring them out when the power goes down. Generators usually run on gasoline, diesel, or propane gas.


If you have the luxury of building a custom home, having an electrician design your home for energy savings can reduce your electric bills significantly. An electrician can install energy-efficient systems and appliances that save you money over time.


Did you know that many electric contractors offer guarantees for their work? This warranty ensures a professional will repair any future issues with his or her work free of charge for a certain amount of time.


When you replace your appliances, look for Energy Saver models that use less electricity and save you money. Make sure to use the energy efficient settings on your new appliances, too. Get rid of any extra appliances you don't need, as well.


Faulty wiring can take time to reveal itself, perhaps in the form of a power outage or a spark that could lead to a fire. That's why relying on an expert electrician or electrical contractor is the safest decision to make.


Electrical work can be quite complicated, from installing a solar water heater to rewiring an entire home. An electrician not only has the training to do the job but the experience to have handled similar tasks.


An electrician can make recommendations to help you improve the electrical safety in your home. Some common recommendations include being sure to install circuit breakers instead of fuses and having ground fault interrupters, especially in the kitchen.


If you're choosing a large light fixture, make note of how much space it will take up in your room, and plan accordingly. Make sure that your electrical panel is large enough to handle a lot of new lighting, too.


If you use electrical appliances in the bathroom, keep them away from water. You should always have dry hands when you plug them in and unplug them, too. Be sure to keep appliances away from children when they're in the bathroom.


It's important to know how to spot signs of an electrical problem so you can seek help. This can come in the form of outlets, switches, or cords that feel warm or hot to the touch. Also look for flickering lights, tripped circuit breakers, and blown fuses.


By having an energy monitoring device installed in your home, you can really get a handle on your energy use. These devices can help you track your energy usage, so you know your overall trends, peak times, and hot spots.


Consider having a surge protector installed on your electrical panel, especially if you live in an area that has regular power outages. Surge protectors on individual items, like computers, can only go so far, and if your electrical system takes a major hit, it can damage thousands of dollars of appliances, like your refrigerator, washer, dryer, and television.


Always make sure your electrical cords aren't damaged or exposed. Our experienced electricians can rewire most items, and they can replace damaged sockets, too. You should always stop using any socket that's damaged until it can be replaced.


A majority of the most qualified electrical contractors have a state license and are insured. A licensed contractor is more experienced and one who is insured can handle any damage in the event of a problem with a job.


932 Upper Pindell Road
Lothian, MD


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