Electrical Services Case Studies: Running Power for New Stove, Home Theater, and Backyard Shed in Rockford, MI
Michael purchased a new stove and needed a 220-volt outlet to plug it into. He also wanted to run power to his shed and add a circuit for the electronics in his upstairs theater room.
After his new stove was delivered, Michael realized it required a different outlet. Our electrician visited the home and added the new outlet in no time.
Michael was pleased with our service, so he decided to finally get an estimate to run power to his backyard shed and add a 20-amp circuit in an upstairs bedroom. The team went out a few weeks later to tackle both new projects.
Getting power to the backyard shed, which is about 80 feet from the house, involved digging a trench and burying the lines. Our hard-working electricians were happy to help, and the shed was powered up in a single visit. We then moved inside and wired the extra circuit Michael wanted for his theater room.
The family now has electrical capacity everywhere they need it, and they can enjoy their home even more.
The Grand Bay team went to work and buried the electrical line to the shed, which was about 80 feet from the house.
This backyard shed now has power!
Before they left, our team tested the outlets in the shed to make sure they were working properly.