A. Fuller Electric, Inc. provides professional, high-quality electrical work to the Fort Bend County and surrounding area.

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We offer services for Commercial, Residential and Industrial.

We specialize in

  • developments
  • fountains
  • irrigation controllers
  • duct banks
  • underground work
  • street and area lighting
  • lift stations
  • troubleshooting

We also offer a wide variety of residential services. Ranging from replacing or installing an electrical panel box to something as simple as changing out bad lamps or fixtures that cannot be reached by the homeowner. We also install whole house generators or surge protectors. 

We maintain and install neighborhood lighting and fountains for multiple management companies. This includes ornamental street lighting, monument lighting, tree lighting, and or any water features. 

We do a variety of underground work, including trenching, excavating and directional or pneumatic boring. No job is too small or too large for us, we have the right equipment for you! 

Contact our office today at 281-499-5333 for pricing and rates or simply fill in the box below and a company representative will contact you directly.

 

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A. Fuller Electric is working hard to light up your surroundings!

We are retrofitting existing light fixtures in the street light poles in Stafford, Texas.
Let us Save you Money by Converting to LED Lighting!LED lighting does not require a ballast. LED lighting products produce light approximately 90% more efficiently than incandescent light bulbs. Last longer and uses less electricity! #afullerelectric #staffordtx #brrritscold Call us for all your electrical needs at 281-499-5333. http://www.afullerelectric.com

Hey HOA campanies! We perform monthly drive-thru inspections for neighborhoods!

Here at A. Fuller Electric, Inc., we maintain and install neighborhood lighting and fountains for multiple management companies. This includes ornamental street lighting, monument lighting, tree lighting, and or any water features, etc. 
 
Interested in monthly neighborhood drive-thru inspection? We can do it! We offer a low monthly rate! Contact us for pricing and details @ A. Fuller Drive-Thru Monthly Inspections

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Electrical Troubleshooting

Because of the safety risk involved, most electrical work is best left to the professionals. However, you may be able to diagnose electrical issues before the electrician arrives.

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When the “test” button is pressed on your GFCI receptacle, it is turned off. The “reset” button will turn it back on and restore power. Just press the “red” or just have the word “reset” button to reset the outlet and bring back power.

 

Electrical outlet doesn’t work: First, check the circuit breaker. If no breakers are tripped and the outage is confined to one outlet, the outlet may have burned out. If an outlet shows any sign of blackening around the outlet plugs, do not use it. Even if one plug is working, you should replace the entire outlet immediately to avoid the possibility of starting an electrical fire.

Electrical outlets spark: While it can be scary when you see a spark fly from an outlet, sometimes it’s normal. For example, when power is suddenly diverted to an appliance, a quick draw on the available power will occur, causing a brief spark. Once the electrons are flowing freely, a spark should have no reason to form. This is normal, and it’s comparable to static electricity.

thJ3BFOW4EIf too much heat builds up in an outlet, however, it can actually melt the insulation that surrounds the wires. As the wires become exposed, the chance for an electrical fire increases. When a connection is made, the electrons can leap to the wrong area and cause a serious spark. This is known as a short circuit and can actually cause an electrical fire.

Exposure to water can also cause an outlet to spark and short out. Installation of a special outlet known as a ground fault circuit interrupter (GFCI) will shut down the circuit if it comes into contact with moisture. GFCI outlets are installed where water is close, such as in bathrooms, kitchens, etc. Contact A. Fuller Electric, Inc. for prices and rates to install or repair these outlet outages.

 

Electrical Panel Installation

9de3febb90800129a37a7cb6202d9895Need to upgrade your electrical panel box or replacement? Call the electrician you can trust to get the work done right!

Checking Your Electrical Panel

Your breaker box needs a checkup, especially if it’s more than 25 years old but don’t stop at the breaker box, take a good look at the entire electrical system. Here are the signs to look for to see if you might need a new electrical panel:

  • You hear crackling sounds from the breaker box panel.
  • You see corrosion and rust on the breaker switches.
  • The interior of the breaker box feels warm.
  • Appliances are running at less than full power.
  • Your home has two-pronged outlets, not three-pronged grounded outlets.
  • Outlets near water sources – such as sinks, tubs, dishwashers, and clothes washer lines – are do not have GFCI in them. These outlets stop the electricity if an appliance comes into contact with water, preventing electrocution.
  • You need surge protectors for computers and other valuable appliances.
  • You are always using extension cords.
  • Your home has a 60-amp electrical service.
  • Your home has 100-amp electrical service, but it still can’t operate some appliances.
  • Your older home has a fuse block panel or split-buss panel, which do not have a main breaker.

Owning a home has many benefits. Unfortunately, one of the disadvantages is that things break. Sometimes, you have no clue why something isn’t working. Diagnosing the problem is only half the battle. When it comes to electrical issues, most homeowners have little idea what exactly the problem is, much less how to fix it.

If you’ve had trouble with electricity or appliances working properly, this post will shed some light on if you need to upgrade your electrical panel, how to determine your panel’s capacity and why hiring an electrician is probably the best way to go.

What Is a Breaker Panel?

Before we discuss how and why your electrical panel might not be working, let’s talk about the breaker panel itself. An electrical panel is a central point that connects the wires from outside to the wires inside your home and how your electric service provider provides electricity to your home. It’s often also called the main breaker box or fuse box. This is where you go when you need to flip the breakers off and on to get the power back on when you’ve tripped the breaker. It is usually located in the garage, on your home’s exterior or in a utility room, but can be anywhere in your home.

Most of the time, you don’t think much about your breaker panel. However, like other equipment in your home, electrical panels sometimes need to replaced or upgraded. There are a variety of reasons for this.

Should I Upgrade My Electrical Panel?

Circuit breaker panels typically last 25 to 40 years. There are other questions to ask when determining if you need to upgrade or replace your electrical panel, such as:

DOES YOUR HOME STILL HAVE A FUSE BOX?

If your home still relies on an old-fashioned panel with fuses, which is common in homes built prior to 1960, then you probably want to upgrade to an electrical panel with circuit breakers. Fuses burn out and need to be replaced and circuit breakers just need to be reset with a flip of the switch.

IS YOUR HOME MORE THAN 20 YEARS OLD?

If your home is more than 20 or 30 years old, you may need an upgrade. Older homes typically have panels that top out at 60 or 100 amps. Newer homes usually have 200-amp panels which fit our lifestyles. Today’s electricity needs are greater than before with high-definition televisions, computers, smart refrigerators and other appliances.

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Thinking of remodeling your property? Call the local Electricians at 281-499-5333

Electrical work needed? Call the local electricians at 281-499-5333.

Commercial or Residential? We got you covered. Contact us at http://www.afullerelectric.com or 281-499-5333. Free Quotes! We look forward to hearing from you and thank you for your business. #fortbendcounty #electricalwork #afullerelectric #nopowercallus #freequotes

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Call us today for your FREE quote!

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Let us do your hard work! We offer services for residential, commercial, and industrial. Specializing in developments, fountains, duct banks, underground work, street and area lighting, lift stations, and troubleshooting.

Contact our office today at 281-499-5333 for pricing and rates. #afullerelectric http://www.afullerelectric.com #fortbendcounty