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Electrical Additions

For the best electrical additions in Addison, Plano, Carrollton, Richardson, & Dallas TX contact Supreme Electric. Whether you're installing a new entertainment center or building a new room or garage, Supreme Electric & Solar can make sure the electrical portion of your addition is done right. We do everything from adding circuits to installing new receptacles to designing and installing efficient, effective and attractive lighting in your home's new addition. If it's a major project, we'll work with your other other contractors to make sure everything is designed and built to your exact specifications.

An addition would be turning the garage into a room, or expanding a second into a dormer when the in laws come to stay is a perfect example of an addition requiring electrical services, switches, and outlets.

It is very important to provide ample power when doing a remodel so everything goes according to plan. It is also necessary to relocate circuits when doing a remodel. The way Supreme Electric & Solar does additions is making sure there no old circuits from other rooms to overload the breakers.

Each new addition will typically have at least 2 new circuits for power consumption. They will be distributed among lights, switches, outlets, ceiling fans and sometimes multi media such as ports for computers and phones, and even home theater systems.

We highly recommend that multi media devices are powered by their own dedicated circuits complete with surge protection.

It can be necessary sometimes to add subpanels when doing an addition so that the new circuits can be properly accommodated. It can also be important to replace the entire existing panel so that it is not overloaded with the new circuits which could cause unsafe conditions that would not be up to the standards of the National Electric Code.