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DECO Electric

DECO ELECTRIC

Orange County Electrical Service And Lighting Maintenance

Powering the Future

CALCTP-AT Certified Employer

Electrical and Lighting Service

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Our Electrical Services in Orange County

What We Do

We are ready to help with all of your electrical needs; from ground up construction to tenant improvement, commercial, residential, remodel or troubleshooting. From pre-construction to closeout; DECO has the experience to help with all of your electrical service and lighting maintenance needs.

Routine electrical Maintenance

Routine Maintenance

Regular electrical maintenance services to keep your electrical systems running smoothly and prevent costly breakdowns and electric repair .

Electrical Repairs

Electrical Repairs

Fast and effective electric repair services to address any electrical issues you encounter. Our skilled technicians diagnose and fix problems to minimize downtime and ensure safety.

Electrical Installation Services

Installation Services

Our electrical installation services are exceptional in quality, safety, and reliability. Our services are provided by highly skilled and licensed electricians who adhere to the latest industry standards and local codes.

Certified Electrician in Orange County

Who We Are

An innovative electrical company in Orange County caring for our customers, our employees and the future.  We are dedicated to achieving remarkable results, producing quality products and earning trust through our actions.  We are constantly learning and up to date with the latest technologies, codes, and building techniques.  We hire and retain the best talent in the industry.  We solve problems before they happen.  We are proactive, consistent, reliable, and motivated.  We strive for excellence in our work and perfection in our service.

Why Choose DECO Electric?

Expert Technicians

Our certified electricians bring extensive expertise and stay updated with the latest industry standards and technologies. They are well qualified to perform electric repair, and electrical maintenance.

Quality Assurance

We use top-grade materials and follow stringent safety protocols to deliver reliable and long-lasting solutions.

Customer-Centric Approach

We prioritize your satisfaction with transparent pricing, timely service, and customized maintenance plans.

24/7 Emergency Services

Our dedicated team is available around the clock to handle any electrical emergencies promptly and effectively.

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What Our Clients Say

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Certification # TC-A217201

DECO Electric is certified by the State of California to conduct Lighting Control Testing in accordance with Title 24 Building Energy Code. This Testing is mandatory on all projects that involve any modifications to the lighting systems. DECO has the ability to conduct testing on all of their projects as well as projects for other electrical contractors that are not yet certified.

Effective July 1, 2014, the California Energy Commission adopted changes to the California building Efficiency Standards (Title 24, Parts 1 and 6) that require lighting controls and devices to be certified as properly installed and operational, prior to issuance of occupancy permits. All Acceptance Technicians must be employed by an Acceptance Test employer that provides support as well as quality control

CALCTP Certified Technicians

CALCTP-AT Certified Employer

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FAQs on Our Electrical Services in Orange County

There are several signs that your electrical system may need an upgrade:

  • Frequent circuit breaker trips or blown fuses.
  • Dimming or flickering lights.
  • Warm or discolored wall plates.
  • A burning smell or sparks from outlets.
  • Limited or no availability of three-pronged outlets.
  • Usage of multiple extension cords.
  • Older systems like Zinsco electrical panels, or aluminum wiring, may also need an upgrade for safety and efficiency.

Circuit breakers trip for various reasons, including:

  • Overloaded circuits: Too many devices or appliances running on a single circuit.
  • Short circuits: A direct connection between live wires causing excessive current flow.
  • Ground faults: Unintended electrical paths to the ground.
  • Faulty appliances or wiring issues: Defective devices or degraded wiring insulation.

Identifying the specific cause often requires professional inspection by a qualified electrician to ensure safety and proper function.

There are several ways to save energy and reduce your electric bill:

  • Upgrade to energy-efficient appliances and lighting, such as LED bulbs.
  • Use programmable thermostats to better control heating and cooling.
  • Unplug devices when they are not in use to avoid phantom loads.
    Seal leaks and insulate your home to reduce heating and cooling costs.
  • Consider installing solar panels or other renewable energy sources.
  • Regular maintenance of electrical systems to ensure they are running efficiently.

Doing your own electrical work can be dangerous and is not recommended unless you have proper training and knowledge.

Electrical work requires:

  • Understanding of local codes and regulations to ensure compliance.
  • Knowledge of safe practices to avoid electrical shocks, fires, and other hazards.
  • Proper tools and equipment to handle electrical tasks safely.

For most electrical projects, it’s best to hire a licensed electrician to ensure the job is done safely and correctly, reducing the risk of injury and property damage.

The cost and duration of your electrical project can vary widely depending on several factors, including the scope and complexity of the work, the materials needed, and the current condition of your electrical system. For a precise estimate, we'll need to assess the specific requirements of your project. Typically, an accurate timeline and cost can be provided after discussing the specifics with you. If it is determined that more information is required then we can conduct an onsite inspection. A rough estimate can generally be provided once we understand more about your needs and any particular challenges your project might present. Please feel free to share more details or schedule a consultation.

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