Repair, Maintenance, and Installation
Whether you are a commercial business owner or a homeowner, your electrical system is important. You need a company you can trust to perform maintenance, inspections, and upgrades on your electrical wiring and outlets. With years of experience, AA All Services Electrical is the best choice for Burleson residents when they need electrical services. We believe in prompt service and complete client satisfaction.
for Burleson, TX
Freddy was great.
Laverne - Burleson, TX
Good service at reasonable price
John - Burleson, TX
220 50 amp power for new Swim Spa installation. Done quickly and for 1/3 cost of Mr Electric quote.
Callie treating AC not cooling properly
Troubleshooting AC not cooling properly
Ac not working and needs repair.
Electrician- installing dedicated circuit 240v single phase for swim spa.
Troubleshooting breaker tripping for a/c unit
Our Electrical Technicians
When we hire our electrical and heating and air conditioning technicians, we are very careful about who we choose. All of our team members are licensed and experienced in the industry and have been screened for drug use and criminal history. We only allow the most knowledgeable and courteous technicians in your home.
Our Electrician Services
- Electrical Wiring
- Electrical Repair
- Lighting Installation
- Surge Protection
- Home Safety Inspection
- Air Conditioning Repair
Do-It-Yourself Electrician Tips for Burleson TX
Electrical Technician Tip
If you are working on an electrical panel, never use both hands. For your own safety you should keep one hand in your pocket. Otherwise, you could short a circuit across your heart.
Air Conditioning Tip
Is your AC unit icing up? Turn the unit off and set the fan on the thermostat to on. Your unit should thaw in a few hours. If this problem persists, you should consult a professional air conditioning technician.
If you are experiencing a small leak in your heating system’s pipes, you may be able to repair it yourself. If the leak is caused by a compression joint try tightening the nut by a quarter turn while holding the other nut in place with a wrench.