AmpTech Electric offers everything from electrical services to renovations and new construction for residential, commercial and industrial clients. This licensed, fully insured non-union electrical contractor delivers electricians in North Hollywood, Los Angeles and Southern California with top quality work at reasonable rates. Our licensed electricians make sure that you’re happy with their work on every job, large or small and we back that up with a GUARANTEE on parts and labor. Expect fast FREE estimates, competitive pricing and quick response from AmpTech Electric.
At ATE we are different from other electrical contractors in North Hollywood, because our company is built on serving the community. Our electricians go out of their way to meet every customer’s needs, and work around any issues that might trouble our customers. ATE provides Free Estimates, no matter how much time we spend or how far we had to drive. We also provide 24/7 Emergency services for your convenience, so you can rest assure. Most importantly, we understand your budget and make sure that our prices are extremely reasonable, and if you think that other electrical contractors in Los Angeles have better deals, give us a try and we WILL prove you wrong. After all we give 20% discounts for first time customers, contractors and seniors. We are also listed and active with most social networks, staying in touch with our community. Our staff build careers on delivering service of the highest quality and doing whatever it takes to make every customer a satisfied customer.
Established : 2010
AmpTech Electric Inc, founded by two cousins, Mike Beyleyan (CEO / Owner) and Chris Setyan (Co Owner) built their careers on delivering service of the highest quality and doing whatever it takes to make every customer a satisfied customer. Both owners attended to Associates Builders and Contractors apprenticeship school and planned to establish their own company. After years of electrical education and many years of work experience, ATE was established.
AmpTech Electric, Inc. Owner Mike Beyleyan, attended to Associates Builders and Contractors, electrical apprenticeship school for four years. Combined with electrical work experience at JPL (NASA), Disney, LAUSD projects, Boeing, and other government and privet jobs. Mike started as an apprentice and worked the ladder to becoming a General Foreman in his company. His longest and most challenging and favorite electrical project was the construction of Blessed Kateri Tekakwitha Catholic Parish, located in California. After serving as a General Foreman for many years, Mike partnered with his cousin Chris Setyan, who has also walked the same footsteps as him and decided to establish their own corporation called AmpTech Electric, Inc. Today both partners provide quality electrical service to the Southern California Residence
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For every new construction project, you need a reliable, trustworthy electrician who can deliver the project on time and on budget - it's as simple as that. As a business owner or key decision maker for a new construction project, it's important to ensure that you're using criteria that will ensure the success of your project when selecting your electrical contractor.
Our Los Angeles Electrical team do Upgrades and improvements which not only increase the value and status of your home, it helps you save money and energy while increasing your property's safety and security. No matter what kind of electrical upgrades and improvements you need, AmpTech Electric, Inc. will take care of you. Give us a call today to make an appointment!
At AmpTech Electric, Inc. we customize our design to each job, from a simple critique of plans to a full lighting design package. We work with the client in the early stages of the project to completely understand their goals and objectives, simultaneously coordinating with designers and architects to integrate those ideas into a beautiful and functional lighting design. A Lighting by Design electricians and installers are professional and provide top quality workmanship to ensure that the design takes brilliant effect.
Helping clients achieve cost savings through efficient energy management. Whether it is lighting or appliance maintenance, troubleshooting electrical problems or adding new circuits, or finding ways to reduce electrical costs, AmpTech Electric Inc is pleased to provide full energy efficient service.
AmpTech Electric, Inc. takes the safety of you and your family very seriously. Let our friendly service professionals improve your home electrical safety by installing new arc fault circuit interrupters (AFCIs) and ground fault circuit interrupters (GFCIs) to help prevent electrical hazards in your home or business today. Give AmpTech Electric, Inc a call to make an appointment that makes a difference and get the protection you and your family deserve.
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Office # 1(877)683-7444
10636 Burbank Blvd, North Hollywood, California 91601
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When is it time to call an electrician?...
When you are resetting circuit breakers or changing fuses to often. When you turn on your air conditioner and the lights dim in the room. When your lights flicker or go on and off. When you can smell electricity burning. When you have six electronic devises going into one outlet in back of your electronics center. When you have receptacle outlets overburdened by multi-plug strips. When a three-prong plug needs a two-prong adapter. If you have to run extension cords to plug in electrical devises.
How do i find a good electrician?...
Before we start here, you have to keep in mind, that you are the customer and as long as you are paying for a service to be performed and the work is up to code, you can have anything you want. You are the boss. Another way to protect yourself is never pay the full amount of the work to be done up front. If the electrician demands money before he starts do not give more than ten percent. Always hold some back until the job is complete. It will be hard to get large contractors to do the smaller jobs at a reasonable price. There are many excellent electricians in classified ads, or yellow pages. Also word of mouth is a good way. Check with people and friends who have had electrical work done. Do your homework, the first thing you do is make they have a license. Then be sure they are insured. If you could get one that is Bonded would definitley be a plus. And always make sure you make them get a permit so their work can be checked by the local wire inspector. This is your responsibility to check out these things, if you want electrical work done safely, and properly. Electricity is not something to fool with, be safe.
What is a bonded electrician?...
A bond is an insurance policy for which the contractor pays a premium. It guarantees that the contractor will meet his obligations in a satisfactory manner. Failure to do so should result in the payment of compensation by the bonding company. There are three types of bonds, payment bond, performance bond and bid bond. Being bonded could be like getting an insurance policy that the job 1: will be completed and 2: will be done properly. Larger commercial and almost all government jobs will require that all contractors and sub-contractors be Licensed, insured, and bonded. If you can find a bonded electrician you have a good chance the job will be done properly. One of the problems is depending on the cost of the job, the fees a bonding company charges could be high and this may be passed on to you the customer. Actually the quality of any good electricians work should be guaranteed until he or she dies. If you do have a problem with faulty work with any bonded contractor, try to get the name of the agent who put out the bond for this particular job.
What size service do i install in my home?...
Most states call for 100 amps minimum, but with all the new electronic devices, air conditioning and electric heat, I would suggest 200 amps especially in new homes. This also gives you some space for future additions. This is not a job for an unlicensed person to attempt. In most cases it involves replacing everything from the service loop (this is the wire that extends from the top of your meter to the utility tie in) up to and including the main panel. Depending on the layout of the house and the area upgrading to a 200 amp service could cost anywhere between 800 to 1,500 dollars. Rewiring an entire house, again depending on the layout of the home could cost between 2,000 and 4,000 dollars. These are just rough estimates.
How many convenience outlets in each room?...
In every kitchen, family room, dining room, living room, parlor, library, den, bedroom, or similar room or area of dwelling units, receptacle outlets shall be installed so that no point along the floor line in any wall space there is more than six feet, from an outlet in that space. This is to prevent the use of extension cords. Outlets are usually placed about 18 inches above floor level. Switches usually go about 48 inches from floor level. For convenience outlets each single receptacle in a single branch circuit is usually figured for 1.5 amps, duplex outlets for 3 amps in estimating total amperage for that circuit. Air conditioners should be on a single dedicated circuit.
What size generator should you get?...
Generators should be installed by qualified electricians. Most generators are rated in watts. The formula for watts is Watts=Volts x Amps. If you you have a 120 watt bulb at 120 volts you would have one amp. If you were to run 25 100 watt bulbs you would need a 2,500 watt generator. Motor circuits such as circulating motors for heat and compressors for refrigerators must be calculated differently. It takes about three times the current to start a motor. Most motors have the amperage rating on the name tag. If the motor has a nameplate rating of 3 amps you might want to add 9 amps on your generator calculations. Also because most generators may run over a period of time you may not want to run at full capacity. About 80% of the wattage rating of your generator would be the way to go.
What is the National Electric Code?...
The National Electric Code is a document sponsored by the National Fire Protection Agency. It is a book electricians will have to learn before obtaining there license. Most electricians can find articles easily because they have spent so much time studying the book. For a person looking thru the book for the first time, it would be easier to use the index in the back of the book. There are so many applications for each wiring job; it would be hard for the NEC. to list all of them. An electrician must use his or her own judgment when wiring, without going below the minimum safety standards set forth by the NEC.
The National Electric Code is a guideline for electricians, electrical contractors, engineers and inspectors. Most states require a permit and inspection. While going by the NEC will not guarantee safe electrical installations, it is the best guide available. Every state may differ slightly in their requirements for inspection and code compliance. You should check with the local (city or town} wire inspector before having any wiring done. In most areas the local wire inspector is The Authority Having Jurisdiction. The authority having jurisdiction for enforcing the code will have the responsibility for making interpretations of the rules. For more details on the N.E.C. try Mike Holts Web Site. N.E.C. code books can be purchased online and at most electrical supply stores.
How can you stop static electricity?
An electric charge is produced when two pieces of material are rubbed together, such as silk and a glass rod, or when you comb your hair. Did you ever walk across a carpet and get a shock when you touch a metal doorknob. Your shoe soles built up a charge by rubbing on the carpet, and this charge was transferred to you and was discharged on the knob. These charges are called static electricity and results when one material transfers its electrons to another. Even materials known as insulators (glass and rubber) can build up charges of electricity. Static electricity occurs quite often when there is low moisture and the weather is cold and dry. It stands to reason replacing the moisture would be a big help. Grounding is the best way of removing static electricity, but is not always practical. Placing humidifiers in heating systems can help. Even sometimes just placing water next to heating ducts can help. Moisture in the air will be absorbed by the carpet fibers. The moisture in the fibers will help to dissipate the electrical charge. There are also antistatic sprays that can be used. Newer carpets are being made with antistatic materials already in the fiber.
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