Electrical Service & Repair
Licensed & Insured Electrician
24 Hour Emergency Repairs
Serving Hurst, Euless, Bedford with local, licensed, expert electricians, B&B Electric is dedicated to excellence. We conduct business with honesty and integrity. Owned and operated by a master electrician, we are a part of your community.
Need service? Call us today at (817) 600-8376
Ceiling Fans & Wiring
- Install wiring
- Install switch / controls
- Install ceiling fan
- Install new electrical panel
- Install new circuits
- Diagnose and replace circuit breakers
Receptacles & Switches
- Install receptacles
- Install switches & dimmers
- Diagnose, repair, and replace
Surge Detection & Protection
- Determine surge protection needed
- Install surge protection
- Correct sub-standard wiring methods
Light Fixture Installation & Repair
- Install new light fixtures, pendants, and can lights
- Diagnose, repair, or replace existing fixtures
Electrical Repairs & Troubleshooting
- Lights not working correctly?
- Switches or plugs not working?
- We troubleshoot all electrical issues
Is My Panel Safe?
Information every homeowners needs to know
The home’s electrical system operates like a human being's body. Circuits and wires carry electricity throughout the home like veins and arteries carry blood to organs and limbs. Just as blood keeps the body alive, electricity keeps televisions on, computers powered, and refrigerators running. Blood cannot travel throughout a body unless its heart is pumping, and electricity cannot travel throughout a home unless the electrical panel is operating properly. The panel is the heart of an entire home’s electrical system.
Without a properly functioning panel, nothing electrical in a home will work. People’s hearts can develop problems due to age, diet, and genetic reasons. Panels also can develop problems. Today, there are two brands of panels that may have major manufacturing and/or design flaws that potentially put homeowners at risk—Federal Pacific Electric panels and certain Zinsco panels. There are also millions of people today who have panels that are more than 40 years old and may no longer protect their homes from overcurrents and short circuits.