Residential Electrical Services
Residential Electrical Installation & Repair Work in Missoula
No job is too big or too small for Paulson Electric. We can handle anything from wiring your air conditioner or hot tub, to new electrical installation and service upgrades. With more than 40 years of experience, we provide trusted residential electrical services in Missoula.
Repairs & Upgrades: Our experienced electricians can cover general electrical repairs and upgrades in your home. This includes outlet or switch replacements, light fixture repairs or replacements, loose wiring connections, septic and well pump wiring, breaker wiring, and more.
Wiring Installation: Working on a small remodel in your kitchen or bathroom? Did an outlet or a switch quit working that needs to be replaced? Our certified electricians can install new electrical wiring in your home.
Electrical Panel & Meter Upgrades: Dealing with power issues or a breaker that won’t reset? Need to add appliances and don’t have the power? Let our experts assess the issue and if needed, replace or repair your electrical panel or upgrade your meter. We can install a new power meter socket, including proper grounding and bonding that are up to code. We coordinate with the power company for disconnect/reconnect and required permits.
Wall Outlets & Switches: Need additional power receptacles? We can install new wall outlets and switches.
Air Conditioning Wiring: We can work with your HVAC contractor to ensure safe electrical wiring. We also manage scheduling and coordinating permits to ensure a smooth installation, ultimately saving you time and money.
Hot Tub Wiring: We can do the wiring for your new hot tub. First, we’ll assess your property to see if you have enough power and then recommend the best solution. Paulson Electric provides the required spa box GFI breaker to connect your hot tub, plus we handle all wiring from the hot tub back to the breaker panel.
Surge Prevention: We can provide surge protection for your home that can save appliances, computers, and TVs from a power surge. If you have an older home that does not have GFCI (Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter) or arc fault protection, we can provide both and bring you up to current code requirements.