Dom's Electrical Service

Dom's Electrical Service

Dom's Electric is a full service residential & commercial electrical company. We have been serving Milton and the South Shore for over 25 years.Dom started the business at age 25 and has not looked back the company has grown over the years adding new employees.

Dom still works out at the jobs he loves working with the customer. Our number one goal is to satisfy the customer, finish the project on time and leave the work area clean.

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It’s important to remember that the building codes pertaining to electricity and wiring can periodically change. This means that the wiring you’ll find in an older home may not be up to code and will most likely require reinstallation.


Did you know that installing energy-efficient windows can reduce damage caused by interior furniture fading? Ask an electric contractor about the benefits you can receive by installing energy-efficient windows in your home.


For safety outside at night, think about installing a low-voltage light system to light garden paths, walkways, and driveways. These systems don't use very much energy, but they can make your yard safer and your home more attractive, too.


Dealing with a qualified electrician can offer peace of mind. The do-it-yourselfer in your home may be able to handle putting up a ceiling fan or installing a dimmer switch. Then again, why worry when you can make sure the job is done right?


In an electricity generation plant, the potential energy of a particular type of fuel (whether coal, uranium, diesel, water, wind, or solar energy) is converted into mechanical energy, which in turn produces the electricity you use in your home.


Has a light switch in your home suddenly stopped working? This typically means someone has replaced the switch incorrectly, and the safest solution is to contact an electrical professional to repair the issue for you.


Have your electrician inspect your electrical wiring and electrical system once a year. The regular maintenance checkup should include testing circuit breakers and ground fault interrupters, and ensuring no outlets are overloaded.


When you choose light fixtures for your home, consider what type of style you want to convey. If you have a lot of modern furniture, you'll want to choose dramatic, modern fixtures that reflect that design. If you love the country look, choose cozy, casual fixtures that blend with your design.


If you plan to use outdoor extension cords, it is important to choose products designed for outdoor use. This can prevent shock hazards if water gets on the cords while you are working.


Establishing a relationship with an electrician can be crucial when you need an emergency repair at night or on the weekend. Regular customers generally get preference over new customers, particularly during times of heavy demand.


A great way to protect your home from potential fire hazards is to inspect your electrical cords and replace those that are frayed or cracked. You should also get rid of any cords that are nailed into walls or floors.


If you think your home may have a wiring issue, you should consider contacting an electrician. He or she can identify the problem and make sure all the electrical components in your home work properly.


If you're choosing a large light fixture, make note of how much space it will take up in your room, and plan accordingly. Make sure that your electrical panel is large enough to handle a lot of new lighting, too.


Did you know that many electric contractors offer guarantees for their work? This warranty ensures a professional will repair any future issues with his or her work free of charge for a certain amount of time.


If your home is older, you should have your electrical system inspected to make sure it's grounded. If your home only has two-pronged outlets, there's a good chance it's not grounded. To use three-pronged plugs you'll need to have it grounded and three-pronged outlets installed.


While running electrical cords under rugs is a great way to make them less visible, this can also present a fire hazard, especially if you walk over the cords regularly. If possible, you should avoid running electrical cords under rugs or other fabrics.


Renewable energy is defined as energy that's naturally replaced at a rate comparable with the rate it's being consumed. Some popular sources of renewable energy come from natural resources such as sunlight, wind, rain, tides, and geothermal heat.


An electrician can make recommendations to help you improve the electrical safety in your home. Some common recommendations include being sure to install circuit breakers instead of fuses and having ground fault interrupters, especially in the kitchen.


Don't assume that a wire is safe to touch. If you see a downed power line, even if it appears to be insulated, do not touch it under any circumstances. Rather call your local power company immediately for assistance.


For any type of electrical work, your best bet is to hire a professional electrician. Working with electricity can be dangerous and takes a special know-how, as mistakes can result in injury and/or damage to your property.


A great way to save on energy in the winter is to insulate your water heater. If your water heater doesn't have foam insulation built in, wrap it in a water heater blanket, which should stop the system from losing so much heat.


If you are selling your home, it's a good idea to have an electrician survey the wiring to make sure there are no trouble spots. The electrician may also recommend changes or improvements to increase the appeal of your home.


Did you know that electrical fires kill nearly 500 people every year, according to statistics from the U.S. Fire Administration? The scariest part of faulty electrical wiring is that the problem may not immediately be apparent.


If you want to sell your home, consider hiring an electrician first for some upgrades that will appeal to potential buyers. These may include switching over to circuit breakers or installing spotlights and ceiling fans throughout the house.


Every electrical job in your home may not require a master electrician. But it's important to know that master electricians have additional experience and have been certified by the state, which often means passing a rigorous exam.


People are using more electricity than ever before. If you live in an older home, upgrading your electrical panel to a larger panel may be the only way you can add new electronics in your home. If you have flickering lights or frequent blown circuits in certain areas, it may be time to upgrade your electric panel.


If you have a breaker that keeps tripping, there could be a serious electrical problem that needs to be addressed. You may have too many items plugged into the circuit, or there could be wiring problems that could develop into serious safety concerns. Turn the breaker off and call an electrician immediately if this happens in your home.


When hiring an electrical professional, some things to look for are the extent of his or her training, licensing, insurance, expertise, and level of experience. This can help you choose a professional that can handle the type of job you need completed.


If you have the luxury of building a custom home, having an electrician design your home for energy savings can reduce your electric bills significantly. An electrician can install energy-efficient systems and appliances that save you money over time.


Did you know that about 50,000 house fires occur each year because of electrical problems? Having an electrician inspect your home at least once a year for fire and safety hazards can keep you, your home, and your family safe.


If you run into electrical problems, your first step should be to double check the device that's not working. Be sure it's turned on and that the bulb works. You might even plug something else in to make sure the device isn't what's faulty.


A survey of a home you are thinking about purchasing is vital. Make sure that whoever inspects the house has the electrical expertise to spot faulty wiring or other issues that could potentially lead to problems in the future.



29 Craig St
Milton, MA

Opening Hours

Monday 8:30am - 5pm
Tuesday 8:30am - 5pm
Wednesday 8:30am - 5pm
Thursday 8:30am - 5pm
Friday 8:30am - 5pm

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