Electrical Design Consulting


At the heart of any residential or commercial residence is the electrical setup, and choosing the right electrical design team is one of the most important aspects of any construction or renovation project. At Carroll Service Company, we offer comprehensive electrical design services for a variety of purposes and industries. From residential construction to larger buildings and complexes, our team is on hand to offer the advice you’re looking for.


Our team of electricians brings skill and precision to the table on every job. We’re equipped to handle and consult on a variety of electrical design elements, including:

  • Electrical distribution
  • Telephone and computer network wiring
  • Wires and cables
  • Ducts and switches
  • Metering
  • Aesthetic considerations

Let’s take a deeper look at some of these electrical design elements.

Electrical Distribution

Figuring out the electrical distribution design for your home or business is a very complicated process. That’s why we recommend teaming up with our electrical design experts at Carrol Service Company. There are many parts that need to be sorted out, such as the function of your space, the life and flexibility of your structure, the locations of service stations (if applicable), energy efficiency and management, the types of systems you want to install, and the power system analysis. Our experts will simplify this process for you and take care of the specifics.

Telephone and Computer Network Wiring

If you are planning on installing phones for a business, you need to have your employees’ and clients’ needs in mind. How is the indoor space laid out? Where should the call center be located? Do the outlets and wiring allow for that vision, or does the space need to be remodeled? The telephone system will need to be integrated into the structured wiring, data network, control system, and other whole-house systems. The same goes for computers. How many will your space need? We will help you design your layout so that it works accordingly with the electrical system.

Aesthetic Considerations

The primary considerations when creating an electrical design plan are safety, reliability, and energy conservation. There is also a consideration for organizing the equipment so that it is easily accessible to service areas if you are operating a business. But apart from this, aesthetics are also an important factor to consider. The electrical equipment should be treated architecturally so that it doesn’t detract from the appearance of the building or home. The less amount of wiring and switches that you see, the better.

If you are tired of your home or office decor being wrapped around by cables and electrical wiring, give us a call. Our experts will design an electrical plan where we aesthetically place electrical outlets and manage electrical cables without affecting the aesthetic appeal, safety, and electrical efficiency of your home or business.

Carrol Service Company Is Only a Call Away

When you need a professionally designed electrical system that takes existing factors as well as tomorrow’s technological requirements into account, you can depend on Carrol Service Company to deliver. There are many factors to take into account when designing this plan, and you will need a professional on your side to ensure that all the pieces fit together and all the rules and regulations are being followed. Our goal is to create an electrical design that meets your wishes and aesthetic desires, as well as meets your needs of energy efficiency and safety. Call Carrol Service Company today to schedule an estimate and discuss your residential or commercial electrical design project. We are always happy to help!

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Surge Protection For Your Entire Home

Do you a surge power strip to protect your flat screen TV’s and Computer equipment? Probably so because they are controlled or operate using a sensitive computer chip and green circuit board. Most people don’t realize their big ticket appliances do too! Your air conditioner, dryer, range, oven, dishwasher, GFCI plugs, and more need SURGE PROTECTION.

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