The proper wiring of your home or business is important for your safety and comfort. And preventative electrical maintenance is one of the best ways to save money on your electrical needs. Count on our highly qualified, licensed electricians to do the job correctly and up to national and local county electrical codes.
Get detailed information on our fields of expertise by calling (561) 577-4507. Our technicians will provide straightforward answers to all your wiring questions.
Note: Any customer supplied materials void our warranty. Pendl Electric will not install customer supplied LED lamps of any kind or customer supplied dimmers or timers of any kind.
Our Expertise Covers a Wide Range of Fields.
We perform electrical installations for residential, commercial and industrial clients, including the installation of energy-efficient lighting technology.
We always provide a FREE written estimate to all new and existing customers.
In addition, our company offers the following services:
- Maintenance and repair of existing electrical systems
- All Electrical installations
- FPE (Fire Hazard) Panel changes
If you have a FPE (Federal Pacific Electric) Breaker Panel in your home please visit the web site link below and investigate the over-looked danger your home and family is facing.
Federal Pacific Electric (FPE) Electrical Hazards Website
- All Panel Upgrades and Installation
- Main Service Changes & Upgrades
Complete: From overhead to new FPL underground services. Upgrade your service and improve the look and value of your home.
- Sub-Panel Installation
Including Pool equipment, Jacuzzi tubs; panel or dissconnect, Home addition resulting in increased load and needed panel space.
- Ceiling Fans Assmebly and installation (Indoor and Outdoor)
- Landscape\Exterior Lighting (Line & Low Voltage)
- Modernization of electrical installations in old structures
Aluminum,Knob and Tube Wiring Upgrades - Fuses to Circuit Breaker Upgrades
- Receptacle Outlets, Switches, and New Circuit installations
- Dimmer Installation
Replace any Single Pole or 3/4-way switch with a high quality Lutron dimmer or lighting control. Florescent and low voltage dimmers are also available along with the standard incandescent dimmers. (Florescent fixtures require dimmable ballasts)
Please visit the web site link below and choose your style and color from there extensive inventory.
- Full Service and Maintenance for your standby or portable generator
- Transfer Switch installation for your portable generator
- Standby Generator and Automatic Transferswitch Installations
- Full Electrical Home Inspections with Detailed Report
- Whole House Surge Protection Installation
- We Assemble and Mount any lighting fixture from basic to extravagant custom lighting.
- Track Lighting fixtures
- Recessed Lighting (High Hats)
- Remodel and Home Addition; Wire and Device Installation
- GFCI Protected Receptacle outlet and Breaker Installations
- Interconnected hardwired Smoke Detector Installations
- Fluorescent Ballast Changes
- Security Lighting\Motion Sensor Lighting
Back Up Generator Systems and Manual Transfer Switch Installations
With natural disasters seemingly occurring more and more in the world these days, residents who are living or have lived through them are looking for survival tools for the inevitable rebuilding process. Often lack of power brings lack of food and a way to prepare it. Frezzers and refrigerators full of food are lost. With no power, there is no way to run saws or lights and therefore no rebuilding can start. Youf must rely on the power company or governmental agencies to repair public utilities before normal lives can start being restored. In the past charcoal and a camping stove were the answers to food problems. These days, a permanent standby generator is an answer to many post tragedy problems. A standby generator is not like a portable generator that requires tanks and tanks of gasoline. Whole house generators are permanently installed and are hooked up to the home's main electrical panel and automatically flip on when electricity goes out. The power box is next to and connects to the home's exterior electrical panel. The generator panel can sense when the home has stopped receiving electricity and will prompt the system to switch the home over to generator power. The generator can usually produce anywhere from 2 kilowatts to 1000 kilowatts of electricity.