Residential Electrician Services

Your home should be a safe space for entertaining, relaxing, and working. Maintaining your home’s electrical system is critical to ensuring your family’s safety, which means you should have all systems working properly around the clock. 

Hiring an experienced residential electrician is a wise home investment, and Shockley Electric will make sure your home is safe with a properly working electrical system. We provide a full range of electrical solutions for homes and apartments, including expert installation, maintenance, and even emergency repairs.

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Fantastic experience! I had a small electrical project that I had been delaying forever because I assumed it would be difficult to find a capable and well-priced electrician. I found Shockley Electric through Google reviews, and with 90 reviews that were all five stars I figured this would be a reliable option. Christian scheduled the job quickly, showed up on time, and did a great job. Highly recommended!
Nick Thompson

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Worried About Your Home’s Electrical System?

Don’t be. Our licensed and insured residential electricians have been helping homeowners gain peace-of-mind with their residential electrical systems for years. If you are looking for a locally owned and operated electrician in Marietta or the Metro Atlanta area with a proven track record of success, look no further than Shockley!

Call Shockley for residential electrical service today.

Why Do Some Electrical Outlets Have Reset Buttons?

Why Do Some Electrical Outlets Have Reset Buttons?

As a homeowner or a watcher of old mystery movies, you probably know that water and electricity don’t mix. What you may not know is that modern household electrical outlets are specially designed to keep you and your property safe from electrical mishaps. The outlets in your bathroom and kitchen – or anywhere electricity and moisture are in proximity – are ground fault circuit interrupters or GFCIs, and they feature “test” and “reset” buttons.

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