Emergency Electrical Service

24-Hour Emergency Electrician in Daphne, Alabama

When an unexpected electrical problem happens, call Brockman Electric, the residential and commercial electrical pros with 50 years of experience to quickly and safely repair any electrical issue you may have. When your power goes out due to a faulty circuit breaker, wiring problems, defective electrical panels, or lightning strikes you can’t settle for just any repairman. You need a licensed and insured electrician with thorough experience to safely repair your electrical problems. Emergency electrical situations call for the best Daphne / Spanish Fort, AL electricians to make sure you and your property are safe.

There’s No Good Time For An Emergency Electrical Problem

Disaster always seems to strike at the most inopportune times. Irritating problems always seem to occur in the afternoon, at night, on weekends, and of course, during holidays. As soon as you make plans for visitors to come over, one of your home’s critical systems fails. We understand the frustration and are here to help. Brockman Electric provides homeowners and businesses with 24-hour emergency electrical service in the greater Baldwin County, Alabama area (Daphne, Spanish Fort, Stapleton, Loxley, Robertsdale, Summerdale, etc…).

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Emergency Electrical Problems

Your home is your family’s safe space, refuge, and one of your largest financial investments. Don’t let an electrical problem bring that all down. Electrical faults are a major leading cause of fires at homes, don’t be a statistic. Electrical system faults can be simple and non-threatening or they can be complex and extremely dangerous. Some electrical problems can wait a few days to be repaired, while others should be handled immediately. If you are having electrical problems you should consider contacting a licensed electrician and have them evaluate your electrical system to make sure your issue is not dangerous.

What are some Electrical Danger Signs to look out for?

Always be aware of the inherent danger of electricity and electrical systems. If you see something weird you better call for help! People often hesitate to call for help especially when they’re not sure if the problem is a true emergency, if you see something that is questionable, do not hesitate to call an electrician and have them perform a safety inspection.

Circuit Breakers Tripping

Circuit breakers are your first line of defense against electrical faults. If a circuit breaker trips, you have a problem. The problem may be minor or major, but nonetheless, it’s an issue that needs to be addressed. A tripped breaker could be caused by a local power surge, an overloaded circuit, a faulty appliance, a ground fault, or a short circuit. A properly trained electrician has the knowledge to determine if the problem is serious and the tools to perform the repairs if needed.

Flickering Lights

Flickering lights are an easy-to-spot and irritating electrical problem that everyone has had to endure. Flickering lights are generally a low-priority issue but can at times be a sign of bigger electrical problems. Flickering lights can happen due to faulty lighting appliances, defective switches, and outlets, faulty wiring, overloaded circuits, and more. If flickering lights happen on a regular basis or while using certain appliances then you may have a potentially dangerous problem with an electrical circuit and should call in an emergency electrician.

Hot Power Outlets and Switches

If you can feel warmth or heat coming from electrical outlets, switches, sockets, or circuit breakers, then you may a problem. As electricity flows through your home’s electrical system and components it naturally generates a small amount of heat. But, generally, the warmth or heat from this natural process is not noticeable. If you are able to physically feel the heat being produced from these electrical system components it’s a sign that something is wrong. Contact an electrician and have a safety inspection performed to make sure your home’s electrical systems are in proper working order.

Smoke and / or Burning Smells

If you can see smoke or notice an unknown burning smell in your home you should consider immediately calling the fire department – You don’t want your home to burn down. After calling the fire department and assessing the situation you can then call an emergency electrician. Smoke and burning smells may be caused by an active ongoing electrical fault, such as a short circuit or a faulty appliance. A properly trained electrician can perform a safety inspection and repairs as needed.

Sparks and Buzzing / Humming Noises

If you see sparks when plugging in electrical appliances or anywhere else in the electrical system then you may have a problem. Electrical buzzing and humming noises often go along with sparking issues. These things can indicate a failing appliance, overloaded appliance, short circuit, and other electrical system faults. If you notice unusual buzzing and humming noises coming from electrical appliances and motors you should unplug the devices until you are certain there are no serious problems occurring.

Flooding or Major Water Leaks

Water and electricity don’t mix, not even a little bit! So it should be common sense to call a licensed electrician after a major water leak or flood to have you electrical system checked out. If you have experienced recent flooding it doesn’t necessarily mean you have anything wrong with your electrical systems, but you don’t want to assume everything is ok and risk further damage. Damaged electrical cables, wiring, outlets, and appliances sitting in a pool of water can be a good way to get a fire started. Play it safe and call a local electrican to have a safety inspection performed.

Residential Emergency Electrical Repair in Daphne, AL

If you suspect that you have an electrical problem you should not wait to call someone for help! Faulty / shorted electrical wiring, broken circuits, defective main control panels, flickering lights, and lightning damage can potentially cause a house fire from excessive heat, sparks, and smoke damage.  Why wait for help and risk losing your entire home? Often times simple electrical issues like tripped circuit breakers and GFCI (Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter devices) can actually turn into dangerous threats to your entire home and family.

If you are having strange electrical issues or have an emergency situation call Brockman Electric to check it out. Our friendly Daphne residential electricians will show up quickly to diagnose and repair the problem. Our expert electricians will help you decide the best fix to get your power back on and running safely.

Commercial Emergency Electrician in Daphne, AL

Commercial electrical problems can be devastating to a business. A business must be able to remain open at all times of normal business hours. When an electrical emergency occurs business operations may grind to a complete halt, which is in most cases, unacceptable. We understand how important it is for a business to remain open and operate smoothly. You must keep your power on for your lights, computers, cameras, and security systems to function. Brockman Electric offers emergency electrical service to our commercial clients in the Daphne, Spanish Fort, and surrounding areas of the Eastern Shore of Baldwin County, AL. Often times an emergency electrical service call and repair is much more affordable than the loss of business due to being shut down!

Don’t Hesitate to Call an Electrician Today

Need an emergency electrician in the Daphne, Alabama area? Brockman Electric has been the go-to electrician in Baldwin County for over four decades. We are trusted by homeowners and businesses alike for all of their home wiring, home safety, and home electrical services needs including emergency electrical services.

To speak with a representative from Brockman Electric about electrical service in the Daphne and Spanish Fort, AL area you can fill out a Contact Form / Request Quote Form online, or call us at (251) 367-3700.