New house– installations, including rough-in and trim-out
We love helping new owners with their electrical needs. When we rough-in, this is the time we do all the wiring and placement for the light switches and outlets, etc., and make they are in the right position before the dry wall is installed. These can all be customized from both the aesthetic and functional angle. For example, sometimes it’s nice to have 3-way switching next to the bed so you don’t have to get up to turn the main lights off in the bedroom, or to have smart switches so you can control lights from anywhere with an audio command. You may prefer not to have a group of switches in a place that doesn’t suit the aesthetics, but instead put them somewhere where it’s not so noticeable. There are many different options available.
Trim out is the final step after dry wall and painting is completed. We install the switches, outlets and cover plates. We pride ourselves on making sure everything is straight, true, and clean. After all, this is a brand-new house, and everything should look right.