Tighe Electrical LLC
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Tighe Electrical is a full service electrical contracting company based in Havertown in Haverford Township, that provides all phases of service in the residential and commercial electrical field.

We are a family owned and operated business, managed and run by Aiden Tighe. He served his apprenticeship in Ireland as a young man and moved to the US in 1996. It was here where he fine tuned his craft working for local companies. In 2001 after working in the trade for 10 years, Aiden started Tighe Electrical. Since its beginning, Tighe Electrical has remained a company that is dedicated to providing top quality service.

Services Provided
Deck Lighting Installation, Electrical Installation, Electrical Outlet & Light Switch Installation, Electrical Repair, Generator Installation, Generator Repair, Lighting Design, Lighting Installation, Outdoor Lighting Installation, Recessed Lighting Installation, New Services 100 AMP 200 AMP 400 AMP & Larger, Residential Service and Repair, Commercial Service and Repair, Landscape Lighting, Smart Home Integration, Rewiring and replacement of knob and tube wiring

Areas Served
Southeastern Pennsylvania
Contact: Aiden Tighe
Location: 1 Golf Rd
Havertown, PA 19083
License Number: PA080838
Typical Job Costs: $125 - 50,000
Commented: 12A vacuum cleaner causes 15A AFCI to trip You can try contacting the manufacture of the vacuum and getting there input on it, apart from that, you could try another AFCI breaker to see if it persists or try your vacuum on another AFCI circuit...
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Commented: Electrical dilemma I hope you have had the issue solved, if not it sounds like you have a shared neutral between the two circuits (or both neutrals are connected in the kitchen), the GFCI measures the number of electron...
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Commented: Electrical outlets for basement I would check the water table, if there is any chance of water coming up thru your floor it would not be worth the risk to install these in the basement concrete as you will have to cut into it instal...
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