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  • January 17, 2018

    The smart Inside

    Twenty years from now will we have enough resources to supply the energy we need? And if so, will we have enough money to pay for it?

    We are faced with dwindling resources and rising energy costs. Not so long ago, when our parents were growing up, nobody worried about energy consumption. Gasoline cost less than $1 a gallon. It didn’t cost much to light and heat our homes. It seemed our supply of natural resources was endless.

    We know now that is not the case. The results of dwindling supplies are reflected in the prices of gasoline, heating oil and electricity and in the concerns of world leaders about the availability of those resources.


    Hot to save energy

    Heating oil is a high-cost — but very necessary — item for homeowners. Save fuel and money by turning the thermostat down. Change the settings to 78 degrees during warmer months and 68 degrees during cooler months.

    You can save energy in other areas of your home as well. Wear garments more than once before tossing them into the laundry basket. Only wash a full load of laundry, which Energy Star says can save more than 3,400 gallons of water each year. Be careful not to overload or underload the washing machine. Use cold water and take full advantage of energy settings. Clean the dryer’s lint filter before every load.

    Lighting uses a lot of energy. By turning out the lights when a room is unoccupied, you can save money and electricity.

    Use area lighting whenever possible. Instead of lighting up an entire room when working at your desk, for example, use a lamp to put focused light where you need it. Use natural light from outdoors when possible. Buy fixtures that use a dimmer since lights on a low setting generally use less electricity. Invest in LED lamps. They use 10 time less  less energy and last 10 times longer than traditional, incandescent light bulbs.


  • February 2, 2017

    Where Does my Electricity Go?

    Have you ever opened your electrical bill and wondered how your little house has managed to consume so much electricity?  I certainly have, especially when the July electrical bill comes for the electricity that was consumed in June.  It is always a shock to watch your bill double or triple in a matter of weeks.  But – where is all of that extra electricity going?  And where does the bulk of our electrical consumption occur during standard times?


    Your Home – Electrical

    One of the worst consumers of electricity is also one of the most essential appliances in your home.  It is the HVAC unit, or the appliances you may use if you do not have central heat and air ie. fans, window AC units, plug in heaters or electric blankets and more.  We like to keep our homes at a comfortable temperature regardless of the temperatures outside.  There are only a few things you can do to reduce this monthly expense.

    Raise/Lower your thermostat. Raising your thermostat temperature setting a few degrees in the Summer or lowering it a few degrees in the winter is an easy way to save big on your electric bill.  Wear shorts and tank tops around the house in the Summer to keep comfortable and bundle up in the Winter with slipper socks and fleece or flannel house clothes.

    Have your unit serviced regularly. Regular servicing will ensure that your HVAC unit is working properly and performing to its maximum potential. (more…)



  • Residential
  • Residential Electrical Contractor

    For over 9 years, we have been one of the leading electrical contractors for custom homes in the Sacramento area.  We offer electrical services such as electrical panel upgrades, ceiling fan installation, troubleshooting and repair and lighting installation to customers within a 40 mile radius.  We are ready to assist you with your existing home’s electrical needs or to wire your new build home from the ground up!
    Our skilled and experienced staff have built homes from 1,000 to over 8,000 square feet.

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  • Commercial
  • Whether you need an Electrical Service Upgrade or you’re looking to have a Ground Up Installation, A1 Electrical  should be the first place you call. Our professionally trained team  will be able to talk with you about the different available options and from there

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  • Service Area
  • We are local Northern California Electrical company. We are from your city. Check our service area  to find a professional service electrician. Can’t find your location in our list, feel free to contact us!

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  • Solar energy
  • Every hour the sun beams onto Earth more than enough energy to satisfy global energy needs for an entire year. Solar energy is the practice of harnessing the sun’s energy for use here on Earth.  This energy is captured by specially designed solar panels and routed to your home!

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  • Led lighting
  • LED Lights – LED Lighting

    LED lighting has emerged as one of the most reliable, cost-effective and highly efficient form of lighting that is being preferred by residential and commercial establishments globally over the conventional forms of lighting.

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  • Service & maintenance
  • Maintenance, repair, upgrades and operations

    Regular maintenance and service to your equipment will help detect minor problems before they become costly or dangerous ones. Everything we do we, have you in mind. Below are just a few of the services we provide:

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No Fuss!

A1 Electrical technicians were professional and showed up on time to perform my panel upgrade. Easy to work with. I would recommend.

Jessica K.

On time!

Just wanted to let you know what a pleasure it was working with your company on the renovation project. Throughout the process your people were on time, professional and thorough. On the day of our move everything was seamless and your work had a lot to do with it!



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I am writing to commend your employee for the outstanding service he provided to my office. He was extremely pleasant and completed his job in record time and I am requesting you make him aware of my appreciation for the service he provided.

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