Tripped Breaker Repair
A constant battle with electricity might mean its time to check your breakers. If you are having individual breaker related issues in your home or office building, give us a call! Our team of experienced electricians, electrical contractors, and technicians will be on-site and ready to help you get back up and running!
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Hi, I’m Joey with Weaver Electrical Incorporated, a professional and friendly electrical contracting company here in Maplewood, serving the surrounding areas. Family owned and operated since 1996, we are your number one resource for electrical work in the twin cities and our surrounding communities. We are licensed, bonded, and insured and we promise you won’t find an electrical contractor who provides top quality service for our reasonable prices!
Weaver Electrical is a family owned and operated electrical contractor business located in Maplewood, Minnesota and servicing homes in the surrounding communities.
We work with residential, commercial, and industrial clients on a range of electrical issues from power outages, faulty lights and breakers, to a full-house rewire.
We promise you won’t find an electrical contractor who provides top quality service for our reasonable prices!
Serving You Since 1996
We're Here to Help!
When you work with Weaver Electrical, you not only get great customer service, headed by highly experienced electrical contractors and technicians, but you also get our promise to treat each of our clients like family. Whether you have minor electrical issues or need specialized expertise, we're here to help you every step of the way!
Who We Are?
We are small, electrical contractor business located in Maplewood, MN servicing surrounding communities.
We specialize in multiple forms of electrical repairs from power outages, to lighting and breaker repairs.
Our team of leading and experienced electrical contractors and technicians pride themselves on efficient work and strong client relationships.
Why Work With Us?
We are a family owned business who believes that all of our customers should be treated like one of our own!
We've been in business since 1996, growing our team of highly experienced electrical contractors and technicians.
We promise you won’t find another electrical contractor business who provides the same top quality service for our reasonable prices!
What is Weaver Electrical?
Weaver Electrical is a family owned electrical contractor business that has been servicing the Maplewood area of Minnesota since 1996. Our belief is to treat each of our clients like they are already part of the family. Together, we are a team of industry leading experts including highly experienced electricians, electrical contractors and technicians.
What services do you offer?
A Weaver Electrical electrician can fix loss of power in a room, diagnose problems with light fixtures or tripped breakers, convert fuse boxes to circuit breakers, or even rewire your entire space. Our commercial electricians have the specific skill set needed to wire your business buildings, whether it’s an old building or new construction. Regardless of the size of your project, you can trust that we will bring diversified expertise to the site, leaving only when you are completely satisfied. Whether you have minor electrical issues or need specialized expertise, our friendly, knowledgeable technicians and electricians are here to help every step of the way!
What can a Weaver Electrician do for me?
Power Outage Diagnosis
General Electrical Repairs
Light Fixture Repairs
Tripped Breaker Repairs
Fuse Box Conversion
Circuit Breaker Conversion
Do you give free estimates?
Yes, we are able to provide you with free estimates! Either fill out the contact form or give us a call by cell at (612) 599-7353 or directly to our office at (651) 714-7048 and let us know your issues. When you give us a call, you will be connected directly to our owner, so you can expect immediate attention to your inquiry.
Do you do both commercial and residential work?
Yes! We handle all clients from residential, to commercial, to industrial! Reach out and we guarantee a fast response! You’ll never have to worry about long wait times or non-answers when in the midst of an electrical issue again! When you give us a call, you will be connected directly to our owner, so you can expect immediate attention to your inquiry from a highly experienced electrician. So don’t wait!
How long will the job take?
We know the stress that an electrical issue can cause and the interruptions it can play in your everyday life. That is why we strive to be as efficient and quick as possible. When you reach out, we’ll set up an appointment time with you that is convenient and reasonable. When we arrive we’ll address the issue and either repair it, replace it, or call in our appropriate staff to do same. However, it is important to note that there are many uncertainties when it comes to electricity, but we will do our best, timewise, despite any further and unforeseen problems. We promise to offer you our best prices for the work and we’re happy to provide you with a free estimate before the work is started! We hope that all of these accommodations will make all your electrical issues just that much less stressful.
Where are you located?
We are located in Maplewood, Minnesota just outside of Minneapolis. We are happy to help clients located around a 30 mile radius of Maplewood.
How will I know if you service my area?
We have a full list of areas that we service in and around the Maplewood area. Be sure to check out our specific areas on our website under the, ‘Areas We Serve’ tab. We have provided you with a complete list of our top service locations including links to google maps to confirm. We try to service areas within a 30 mile radius of Maplewood so if you’re unsure, contact us today and we’ll be happy to assist you!
Why choose Weaver Electrical?
We are family owned and operated and we like to think of our clients as honorary members of our family! When you reach out, you’ll receive first-class care from our highly experienced electricians, electrical contractors and technicians. We pride ourselves on efficiency and transparency and so when you employ our services, we’ll be sure to first provide you with a list of comprehensive options for your personal projects. We’ll also walk you through all our workings in your home upon completion. Lastly, we work with all kinds of clients on all kinds of projects from families to businesses, residential to industrial, start to finish! Give us a call today and let us help you!
What can I do about the faulty light in my home?
When not properly installed or attended, faulty lights and lighting fixtures throughout your home often pose problems and can become dangerous fire hazards. Many people love filling their homes with bright lights and lighting fixtures, however many do not insert the proper bulbs during installation. Some lighting fixtures cannot handle a certain bulb wattage which, in extreme cases, can lead to a fire. Before changing your light bulbs always check a fixture's maximum wattage and never install a bulb that is beyond that recommended amount.
How can I save energy in my home?
Before you go out and purchase energy efficient products that are both expensive and oftentimes unnecessary, take small steps in your everyday life that in turn will limit the amount of energy your home uses everyday! When you’re not in a room simply turn off your lights. The same goes for everyday appliances such as washing and drying machines and dishwashers. Use faster cycles and then turn off the machines completely to save energy. You can also resort to doing machine based tasks manually such as hand washing clothes and dishes and letting your hair dry naturally as opposed to using a hair dryer.
What do fuses and breakers do?
Fuses and circuit breakers are similar in that they aim to protect electrical circuits from overloading, which can cause fires. Both fuses and circuit breakers stop the flow of electricity. It’s the way in which they handle the stopping of the electricity that sets them apart both functionally effectively. Fuses are made from metal and so when they are overheated they melt. They are quicker at stopping the flow of electricity but more commonly need repairs. Circuit breakers, on the other hand, have an internal switch that is slower to stop the flow of energy but far easier to fix, by simply switching back on, when overpowered.