New Construction

Pottstown New Construction Electrical Services 

Experienced Electrical Contractor in Allentown, Pottsgrove & Surrounding Areas

Installing an electrical system from the ground up consists of two primary stages: the rough-in and the finish. Essentially, the rough-in stage is for adding any large components before they are hidden by drywall or insulation. For both stages, our team will get the work done effectively. At Job Done Electrical, we believe in delivering the best products at a prompt but high-caliber rate.

Learn more about our Pottstown new construction electrical services by calling our techs at (484) 986-2151 or reaching out online.

The Rough-In Portion of Electrical Construction

During the first rough-in stage, electricians will focus on adding circuit wiring. Before the installation, a special electric pole will be set up to provide electricity to the equipment. Alternatively, a generator can also be utilized. Then, before the concrete is poured into the floor, the electrical conduits are set into their receptacles. 

The next step of the rough-in focuses on installing the circuit wires which connect the studs in the wall and the electric panel. In addition to drilling holes and inserting this wiring, several types of lights should be installed, such as soffit lights or can lights. Large electrical appliances, such as exhaust fans, should be set up. Finally, the wiring for security alarms, irrigation systems, or home entertainment will be installed. 

The Finish Stage

After the sheetrock has been added, along with some temporary receptacles, light switches, and HVAC control options, it is time for the final stage. Although no more extensive wiring can take place, this part of the process is crucial for adding the primary electrical appliances. This would include setting up permanent receptacles, temperature control, lights, switchboards, fans, outlets, and more. It is important to have professionals test all the systems and appliances to make sure that they are working. If an outlet has been wired improperly or there is a light is flickering on account of a loose connection, this is the time to fix it.

How Long Does Electrical Work for New Construction Take?

Anyone who is having a new home built from the bottom up is going to want to move in as soon as possible. Nevertheless, it is important to remember that it takes time for a quality job to be completed. In certain instances, if a house is more condensed, the electrical installations may only take a few days. When multiple, complex additions must be set up, however, this process can last up to a few months. 

A few of the factors that affect the length of construction work include:

  • The dimensions of the house
  • Any architectural complexities that make wiring challenging
  • The number of rooms requiring electrical work
  • The number of outlets, receptacles, and switches for each room
  • How many floors are in the home
  • Additional special features for automation or smart devices
  • The number of appliances and electrical devices that need to be connected

Regardless of the size of the home and the extra features required, residents can be sure that Job Done Electrical will complete our work with the utmost quality.

Speak to our team about our detailed process for Pottstown new construction electrical services by getting in touch at (484) 986-2151.

Why Job Done Electrical?

Trusted for a Reason
  • Knowledgeable

    Our team stays up to date with all electrical codes and we make sure to double check all our work.

  • Job Done Right

    Our technicians are equipped to repair it all and ensure the job is completed right the first time.

  • Years of Experience

    Since 2004, our team at Electrical Job Done has been providing solutions to all our customers' electrical problems.

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