Young Electric Inc.

Young Electric Inc.
  • 25 Years Serving Wichita Area
  • Work Warranteed for 2 Years
  • Residential
  • Commercial
  • Industrial
  • Generators - Electric - Natural Gas

Young Electric Inc Product & Services:

  • Remodeling Projects
  • Adding Circuits
  • Pool & Spa Wiring
  • Maintenance
  • Service Upgrades
  • Repair / Troubleshooting
  • Security
  • Lighting
  • Phone / Cable Outlets
  • Automation
  • Machine Controls

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Young Electric Inc. has an overall ZapScore of 96. This means that Young Electric Inc. has a higher ZapScore than 96% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Wichita, Kansas is 39 and in the Contractors Electric category is 28. Learn more about ZapScore.

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Young Electric Knowledge Nugget: What is a GFCI outlet and what does it do? GFCI stands for Ground-Fault-Circuit Interrupter and it is there to protect individuals from electrical shock. GFCI outlets are used primarily outside home areas that may become wet or exposed to weather. Check out outdoor improvement projects Young Electric can help you with that could require GFCI outlets:
Outdoor projects require outdoor electrical professionals. From landscape, security and accent lighting to GFI outlets, swimming pools, hot tubs and outdoor kitchens, rely on Wichita’s safest electricians to bring your outdoor projects to life.

Did you know that the National Electrical Code (NEC) is updated every three years to include the latest in proven safety technology? As Wichita’s Safest Electricians we continue our education daily and always follow the NEC to ensure the quality electrical services we provide.

As Wichita’s Safest Electricians the Young Electric team understands the importance of qualified electricians, but did you know that they must have 8000 hours (4 years) of on the job apprenticeship training AND 144 hours of classroom training (besides passing an exam) before they can work as a journeyman electrician on your home or business? Contact us today to schedule your next electrical job,

Did You Know? On average 2,850 children are injured by electrical receptacles each year? Learn more about Tamper Resistant Receptacle (TRR). Questions? Or need a full electrical inspection? Contact us today:

Is your home up to code? Contact Young Electric today to schedule a thorough inspection from our licensed electricians. Start here: