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How Much Does It Cost For An Electrical Repair On My Home?

Every home electrical project has its own challenges when it comes to installing. By asking the right questions ahead of time it makes the experience much easier to find out how much it costs to get an electrical repair done on your home.

Starting Point

What Level Electrical Repair Does Your Home Have?

Most electrical home projects are predictable when estimating how long they will take to complete. Electrical troubleshooting is not that kind of home project. Until you FIND and KNOW what the electrical issue is, you will not know how much it will exactly cost.

That being said, a good way to plan expectations in fixing an electrical issue in your home is to assume it is a level three issue, and work the problem back to level one. Expectations this way helps to plan a better budget with less surprises. Most times, a home electrical issue turns out to be a level 2 or even change into a level 1. It all comes down to how tricky the electrical issue is to track down, and how much time it takes to do so.

Home Electrical Repair Level 1:
  • When an electrical outlet or light switch is not working.

  • Electrical breaker that is broken.

  • Single location repair projects.

Home Electrical Repair Level 2:
  • Multiple electrical outlets and/or switches are not working.

  • No power to an electrical circuit.

  • Electrical repair is spread out across a few locations.

Home Electrical Repair Level 3:
  • Numerous power outages across then home.

  • An electrical repair puzzle that is not easily solved.

  • Multiple locations in the home are affected, and are in need of electrical repair.

HomeOwners' Choice Pricing

Whenever you work with TradeWork Home Services we try to always treat you fairly. We want homeowners to have access to quality work and great pricing on every home electrical project they have big or small. TradeWork Home Services does super savings the more home electrical projects you bundle together. Check out how we do business.

Home service appointments can be a juggle to manage. When you bulk up a few electrical projects together. You help make our schedule easier. Whenever you do that, we will always make sure to get the savings.

How Much? | BallPark Estimates

Cost Of An Electrical Repair On Your Home

With answering all the info listed above we can now answer the elusive question of ”how much for electrician to repair an electrical issue in your house.”

Most likely you will fall into some of these pricing categories.

Typical Costs Associated With Electrical Repairs In Your House, Depending On Your Needs:
  • Cost Of Home Electrical Repair Level 1: $160 to $225

  • Cost Of Home Electrical Repair Level 2: $270 to $385

  • Cost Of Home Electrical Repair Level 3: $385 to $500

  • Cost To Have Utility Company Verify Your Home Electrical Power: $0

  • Any Other Additional Replacement Parts In Order To Fix The Electrical Issue.

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What To Expect

Pricing Questions For An Electrical Repair On Your Home

Whenever a homeowner asks us to help with an electrical repair on their house we pretty much ask the same questions every time.

Here are the questions TradeWork would ask during a typical phone conversation or home visit.


Once we have the answers to these questions we can usually give you a ballpark estimate for help repair something electrical in your home right over the phone. 

When we arrive at your home we can confirm the estimate, answer any other questions you have, and get to work.

Homeowner Safety Update:

2023 Electrical Safety Code requires Arc Fault Protection (AFCI) to be installed on all general use electrical outlets and lighting throughout a home.

When Will I Need To Install AFCI Protection In my Home?

The following home electrical projects will be required to be upgraded to AFCI protection:

  • Whenever adding electrical wiring that is 6 feet or longer to an existing home electrical circuit.

  • Pretty much whenever you install a new electrical circuit to the living spaces of your home.

  • During any home electrical renovations, remodels, or new home builds.

  • Some cities & towns require you to upgrade to AFCI protection whenever you replace an electrical outlet, light switch, or when you upgrade your electrical panel.

Have More Questions About Arc Fault Protection For Your Home?

Head over to What Is Home Arc Fault Protection? to find out more details on why arc fault protection has become the new standard in home electrical safety.


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