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Electrician Serving Pleasant Hill, Concord, Walnut Creek, LafayetteOrinda, Moraga & the Surrounding Areas

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Residential & Commercial Electrical

Got Watts Electric™ is proud to staff a full-service residential and commercial electrician serving the East Bay area. Whether it be your home, or business we can handle your electrical needs. No project is too big or too small!

Residential Electrical Serivces

Commercial Electrical Services

Solar Power Systems

Solar Power

Save money and live green. A solar power system from Got Watts? Electric will help your home become more energy indepedent.

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whole house fans

Whole House Fans

Make your home more energy efficient and save money with a whole house fan. Learn More
service upgrades

Service Upgrades

Electric system can’t handle all the new devices? Upgrade your electric service. Learn More
panel upgrades

Panel Upgrades

Update those old fuses boxes with a state-of-the-art circuit breaker panel. Learn More
electrical car chargers

Electric Car Chargers

Have an electric vehicle. Got Watts™ installs vehicle chargers, including Tesla. Learn More

Latest from Got Watts Electric

April 27, 2017

I have an electrical panel in a closet! Do I have to move it if I need to upgrade it?

The short, safest and most efficient answer to this question is yes. According to the national code, with relation to electrical panels in closets: NEC 240.24D Overcurrent devices shall not be located in the vicinity of easily ignitable materials, such as a clothes closet. However, there are a few issues to consider a bout the language of this code and how it applies to your specific situation.

February 15, 2017

I want to install 3-prong receptacles in a 2-prong receptacles home... what do I do?

Two-prong outlets are not just inconvenient; they also pose a real safety hazard. The third prong on a plug is designed to give a fault path in the event of a short in the wire or device that is connected shorts out. Without a ground path, electrical shock or fire could occur. A metal light fixture, for example, could become energized on its exterior, making it dangerous to touch, and because there is no grounding, the breaker will not trip - a potentially deadly scenario.

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Office Address:

Got Watts Electric & Solar

2250 Commerce Ave C

Concord, CA 94520