Receptacle Repairs, Light Switch Installs
& Electric Plug Handyman Replacements

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Edward's Enterprises is a General Contractor & Hourly Handyman here to help you with your exterior plug replacements or dimmer switches at your home or business.

  Simple repairs around the home, like changing a light switch or swapping out a receptacle that is cracked & yellowed from age are sometimes too overwhelming even for a Do-it-Yourselfer.   Discover how our eager team of employees work together on repairs for floor & attic plug repairs throughout our site.
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The Edward's Enterprises employees install & repair plugs, switches & more consisting of:

  • Mis-wired appliance plugs fixed

  • Run power boxes to new location

  • 2 & 3 way switches wired

  • Checking power to appliances

  • Outdoor receptacles added

  • Deck power plugs installation

  • Run power for outdoor lighting

  • Run wiring for new power

  • Install gable attic fans

  • Receptacles installed

  • TV's mounted & cabled

  • Electrical plugs repaired

  • Dimmer switches replaced

  • Night light switch installs

  • Replacing colored switches

  • Repairing miswired fixtures

Minor electrical repairs can be a DIY project, but can also be time consuming & complicated for many of our handyman service customers. In order to upgrade, install or repair the receptacles, switches, or other wiring in your office or home, call our team now!

Edward's Enterprises' hourly rates for basic electrical repair jobs start out at:


Start at $95* an hour Per Employee, 3 Hour Minimum.

Rates listed above are the typical check or cash rates charged for repairing or replacing light switches, GFCI plugs, & more (not including dump disposal fees or materials).

Electrical Switch Plugs Repair Replace - ElectricalWe charge for the time needed for a customer's project, including providing or delivering materials or for the time to haul away left over trash. This allows us to handle small jobs for our electrical clients, rather than only lump sum projects with much higher minimums to show up.
Thanks to our processing partner PayPal, we do accept most major credit & debit cards now! Rates are slightly higher, please call our office for all of the details.
Thanks to our processing partner Paypal, we do accept most major credit & debit cards now!
*Hourly charge is from $95 to $115 or more PER EMPLOYEE depending on the work site zip code. Some exclusions apply such as ongoing facility maintenance clients, or for same-day, after hours or weekend service.
Some exclusions do apply, like same-day, after hours or weekend service or customers with pre-arranged billing agreements. We would be happy to answer any of your pricing questions, please call for details!

Keep these queries coming! Reasons to select Edward's Enterprises for your next electrical repair or remodel project include:


EE CheckCommunication: We communicate appointment scheduling, invoicing, estimates, & more by phone & email to keep our electrical customers “in the loop”.


EE Check Established Company: Edward's Enterprises has been a locally owned & operated small business since 1996.


EE Check Licensed: We are a licensed General Contractor with the Contractor's State License Board (B857752) since 2005.


EE Check Insured: Insured to protect our residential & commercial customers as well as our employees.


EE CheckSkilled Team: Our hourly service calls are handled by experienced, long term employees in the field & in the office.


EE CheckResponsive: Available by phone & email, our team is responsive to our electrical customers & will communicate with you before, during, & after your project.

Review your EE Check list to see how Edward's Enterprises can provide you with top notch service.

You can contact Edward's Enterprises in our office about electrical repairs by completing our handy form below:


    If you have any issues with our contact form, email us at:


    If forms & emails are a real pain for you, then give our office a CALL:

    A representative will (unless the Zombie apocalypse has finally happened or every line is busy) answer!
    The office is open Monday to Friday from 8:00am to 5:00pm Pacific Standard Time.
    We are available after hours & on weekends for emergencies by phone.

    This was our second time using Edwards & we are very happy with the service. They've assembled furniture, moved furniture to lay a large rug, tightened loose towel bars, etc. We will be hiring them again soon for some larger jobs. Excellent service!

    Five out of five stars

    - Melanie S. | Ceiling Fan Customer

    Peter & Octavio were both great & did a terrific job. They were right on time & very professional.

    Five out of five stars

    - John U | Thousand Oaks, CA

    Great Question! Edward's Enterprises is usually available for minor electric repairs:


    Office: 8:00am to 5:00pm Monday through Friday by phone in our office to schedule lighting projects & ask questions about electrical repair service.

    Field: As far as scheduling work appointments, for our typical rates listed above (I know we didn't skip that section) we normally schedule work Monday through Friday from 7:00am to 4:00pm (holidays, meetings, kids with flus may affect availability).

    Electrical Switch Plugs Breaker Replace - ElectricalMost electrical projects get a 3 hour window of arrival, so expect something like 7:00am to 10:00am, or 10:00am to 1:00pm, or even 12:00pm to 3:00pm window.
    We are available for emergency work based on a first come first serve system & whether or not we have a crew available. Expect to pay more for these types of calls (we have employees & overtime is what it is).
    If you need us to come outside of our regular times, expect to pay a bit more, or experience different restrictions like job minimums, etc.

    To check if Edward's Enterprises can handle an electrical repair at your store, office or home, you can check a few places:

    There is a helpful site menu drop down called “Cities”. Select that & you can see if your city is in our “service area”.

    Electrical Switch Plugs Receptacle Install - Electrical 
    You can call us at 805-987-2441 & give us your “exact” coordinates.
    You can review our list of cities we service below:
    Ventura County:
    Camarillo, Casa Conejo, Casitas Springs, El Rio, Fillmore, Lake Sherwood, Leisure Village, Meiners Oaks, Mira Monte, Missions Oaks, Moorpark, Newbury Park, Oak Park,, Oak View, Ojai, Oxnard, Port Hueneme, Santa Paula, Santa Rosa Valley, Santa Susana, Saticoy, Simi Valley, Somis, Thousand Oaks, Ventura, Westlake Village
    Los Angeles County:
    Agoura Hills, Arleta, Bel Air, Beverly Hills, Calabasas, Canoga Park, Chatsworth, Culver City, Encino, Granada Hills, Hidden Hills, Los Angeles (Westside), Malibu, Marina Del Rey, Mission Hills, Newhall, North Hills, North Hollywood, Northridge, Pacific Palisades, Panorama City, Porter Ranch, Reseda, San Fernando, San Fernando Valley, Santa Clarita, Santa Monica, Sherman Oaks, Studio City, Tarzana, Valencia, Van Nuys, West Hills, Winnetka, Woodland Hills
    Santa Barbara County:
    Carpinteria, Coast Village, Goleta, Montecito, Santa Barbara, Summerland
    If you know the zip code you are in, you can also check our zip code service area list here:
    90024, 90025, 90034, 90048, 90049, 90064, 90066, 90067, 90077, 90210, 90211, 90212, 90230, 90232, 90263, 90265, 90272, 90290, 90291, 90292, 90401, 90402, 90403, 90404, 90405, 91201, 91203, 91204, 91205, 91206, 91210, 91301, 91302, 91303, 91304, 91306, 91307, 91307, 91308, 91311, 91316, 91320, 91321, 91322, 91324, 91325, 91326, 91331, 91335, 91337, 91340, 91342, 91343, 91344, 91345, 91350, 91354, 91355, 91356, 91357, 91360, 91361, 91362, 91363, 91364, 91367, 91377, 91381, 91393, 91394, 91395, 91401, 91402, 91403, 91405, 91406, 91411, 91423, 91436, 91502, 91505, 91506, 91601, 91602, 91604, 91605, 91606, 91607, 91608, 93001, 93003, 93004, 93009, 93010, 93012, 93013, 93014, 93015, 93020, 93021, 93022, 93023, 93030, 93033, 93035, 93036, 93040, 93041, 93060, 93063, 93065, 93066, 93067, 93101, 93103, 93105, 93107, 93108, 93109, 93110, 93111, 93117, 93120, 93130, 93140, 93150, 93160, 93190
    If you don't see your community on the list, but you're close by give us a call. We may be able to service your lighting or electric repair request for an additional travel charge and/or minimum hour charge.

    The first question usually asked is, 'What is the difference between a receptacle & a plug?'
    The receptacle is the normal utility grade outlet that is common in most households & businesses. A plug is the actual end of the cord that you insert into the receptacle.
    The next question commonly asked is what is the difference between grounded & ungrounded outlets?
    A grounded outlet looks like a smiley face because it has three holes instead of two. An ungrounded outlet only has the two basic holes parallel to one another.
    Another question is question is when should you upgrade your electrical service?
    The answer is if your home is over 25 years old & has not been upgraded since it was built. Innovations have occurred since then & so now the electrical system may be inadequate & possibly hazardous. To be safe you should call us & have a thorough inspection to make sure your home is up to today's electrical code standards.

    There was a time before 120 volt AC was the standard for electricity delivery in Southern California?
    Thomas Edison developed direct current (DC), this process continuously runs electric current in one direction i.e. battery or fuel cell. During his time DC became the standard in the US. The problem was that DC does not convert easily to higher or lower voltages. Conversely, Nikola Tesla believed alternating current (AC) would be the solution to this problem. AC reverses direction a certain number of times per second making is easier to convert to different voltages using a transformer. Thomas Edison, concerned about losing the royalties from his DC patent embarked on a campaign to discredit Tesla & his AC transformer method. This was the beginning of what was known as War of the Currents.
    During the height of the Current War in 1893, the Chicago World's Fair was held. General Electric (GE) bid using Edison's DC for $554,000 but lost the project to George Westinghouse who bid using Tesla's AC for $399,00 to light the fair. Also that year, Niagara Falls Power Company decided to award Westinghouse the contract using Tesla's AC induction motor patent. Although people doubted that the falls could light up Buffalo, NY Tesla believed it could light up the entire Eastern United States. On November 16, 1896 Buffalo, NY was lit up by the AC using Niagara Falls. In “light” of these events, General Electric converted to the AC method.
    With all this considered it appears that AC won the war, but with recent events, that is not necessarily true. Computers, LED's solar cells & electric vehicles run on DC power. Today there are methods available to convert DC to higher & lower voltages. The stability of DC has companies searching for ways to use high voltage DC (HVDC) to transport the electricity long distances more efficiently.
    It looks like the War of the Currents is not quite over, & it appears that a combination of AC & DC will be the outcome that will be best for electricity use. We have to thank Edison's & Tesla's genius for making our electrical uses possible.

    How do you know if a light switch is broken?
    Red flags of a defective wall switch
    As much as wall switches serve you well, they get worn out eventually. The apparent indications that’ll alarm you of damaged switch are unusual sounds, but what if there are other bypassed indications? If you carefully observe the behavior of your switch, these are the signs that it is time for replacement
    1. The temperamental light fixture that causes a delay for lights to go on
    2. Small sparks
    3. Buzzing, popping or sizzling sounds from a loose wire
    4. A feeling of heat when operating the switch
    5. Stiffer or loose switch
    FAQ Source
    Why did my ceiling light stop working?
    How to make repairs to a ceiling that has its bulb faltered
    Typically, ceiling-lights fixtures last for years, but when the light flickers, stop lighting or produce noises, it’s time to repair it. The steps to fix this issue are
    1. Switch off the fixture and check the bulb
    2. If loose, tighten the bulb and try switching it on
    3. Try a new bulb if it doesn’t work
    4. If it doesn’t work, check the fuse or the circuit breaker
    5. Try cleaning the fixture’s socket and test the bulb
    6. Check the wiring if the bulb doesn’t light
    FAQ Source