Premier Electrical Repair, Service and Installation in the Northern Virginia Area

Infinite Electric provides experienced, reliable, highly-trained electricians to help you with any electrical repair, service, and installation issues you might have in or outside your home in Northern Virginia and surrounding areas. When your electrical system stops working properly, don’t waste time searching for an electrical contractor you can trust. You’ll find everything you need right here at Infinite Electric!

Contact us at (540) 881-0473 or online to schedule an appointment today!

We serve customers throughout Northern Virginia, including in the following areas:












Signs You Need an Electrician in Northern VA

If your current service panel provides less than 200 amps of electricity, or the following situations sound familiar, call Infinite Electric at (540) 881-0473 to schedule electrical service troubleshooting or upgrades.

Some homeowners allow their wiring to get worse and worse until it’s too late. Is your home bombarded with electrical problems? There are many warning signs your home needs to be upgraded:

An inadequate number of outlets. If your home does not have enough outlets in each room, you may be relying on a twisted mess of extension cords and power strips. Overloading outlets with multiple cords and appliances can trip a circuit or start a fire. Some older homes have only one to two outlets per room. Infinite Electric technicians can install new outlets to meet your electrical needs and free you from unsightly extension cords and power strips.

Tripped circuit breakers. Circuit breakers are designed to trip when overloaded or when there is a short circuit or electrical problem. To avoid constantly tripping a circuit, think about upgrading your circuit breaker to accommodate more electronic equipment.

Dimming lights. When lights in your home flicker or fade in and out during appliance use, you may need an upgrade. An upgrade enhances performance and accommodates increased energy use.

Problems with appliances. If you are tired of choosing between the microwave and the coffee pot to avoid tripping a circuit, discuss your home energy needs with our experienced electricians. With an upgraded electrical system, you can use your appliances when and where you wish—without inconvenient, risky circuit problems.

Code violations. When building, renovating, or adding to your home, make sure that it meets current Virginia electrical codes. If your property does not conform to the latest electrical standards, you could be denied a building permit or delay your project’s completion date. Electrical codes were put in place to safeguard your property and its occupants. While upgrades may be a significant investment, they are proven to increase property value and improve electrical performance.

At Infinite Electric, customer safety is our top priority. Specializing in services that improve energy efficiency and safeguard your family, Infinite Electric technicians offer simple and complex upgrades for aging Northern Virginia properties and new home additions.

When to Schedule an Electrical Inspection in Northern Virginia

Electrical inspections are required in certain situations. The good news? Scheduling one means you’ll be doing more than just following the law. A professional inspection can alert you of any potential problems with your electrical system which can jeopardize the safety of your family, such as faulty wiring, hazardous materials, overloaded breakers, or panels that are at risk of starting an electrical fire. An electrical inspection is also a great idea for new homeowners who want peace of mind as a new homeowner that their electrical system is up to code.

Electrical inspections should be a priority when:

You are purchasing a new home

You are selling your home

Your home is more than 40 years old

You are planning to add a new appliance that requires more energy such as a refrigerator, dryer, air conditioner, etc.

For more information about our electrical service options, contact us at (540) 881-0473 or online to request an estimate.