Lipps Electric has been proudly serving the residential and commercial electrical needs of the Cincinnati area since 1986. And, we owe our success to the loyalty of customers like you. By putting you first, we've gained a reputation as the go-to company for electrical repair in Cincinnati. In our 37 years of working on electrical equipment, we've come to understand the quirks of almost every electrical brand. This allows us to quickly diagnose your problem without having to schedule return visit after return visit. If there's ever a situation where our services do not meet your standards, we stand by our work with a comprehensive satisfaction guarantee. With all that considered, why wouldn't you call us for your electrical repair or replacement?
Lipps Electric provides comprehensive electrical services in the Cincinnati area. Fully licensed and insured, our electricians have the expertise needed to tackle common electrical issues like panel upgrades, wire repairs, and ceiling fan installations.
At Lipps Electric, we think that professionalism and exceptional customer service are the best ways to earn your business. That’s why we only hire qualified electricians that put your safety first. Ones that won’t teach your kids colorful new language, track mud in your home or leave your house looking like a pigsty.
When our electricians arrive, they’ll greet you with a smile and get right to work. Because they arrive in a fully-stocked truck, they’ll be able to get you back up in running in hours—not days. When they do find out what’s wrong, they’ll take the time necessary to fully explain what the electrical repair entails, what it will cost, and what you can expect.
Ron Lipps Electric Service, LLC’s electricians have solved thousands of electrical problems for commercial businesses and residential homes in Cincinnati,, Mason, and Loveland. Our electricians in Cincinnati can handle everything from faulty outlets and light switch installation to new constructions and complete business rewiring projects. Our commercial electricians are fully certified and have years of electrical experience. From small lighting fixes to larger problems, Ron Lipps Electric Service, LLC is here when you need us! Here are some services our electrical contractors provide:
A Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter (GFCI) is an outlet that prevents water borne electrical shock. This simple device senses when power is going where it shouldn’t and immediately shuts it off. This increased safety is why GFCIs in kitchens, laundry rooms, outdoor areas, and bathrooms are commonly required by code. To ensure they operate as intended, test the outlet once a month.
When your power goes out, check and see if those around you are in the same boat. If not, look for any tripped breakers or blown fuses. If this doesn’t solve the issue, call us immediately for Cincinnati emergency electrical repair. While the lights are out, we advise:
• Using a flashlight instead of a candle to light your way
• Keeping your fridge closed
• Flipping one light switch on to tell you when the power comes back on
• Making sure your generator is NEVER set up in your home
Flickering lights indicate anything from a ghost to a defective lightbulb or voltage issue. It can also be a sign that you need to upgrade your main electrical panel. If left to flicker too long, the excess heat produced can spark a fire. To uncover the true source of the issue, call (513) 471-7023 to schedule a visit with one of our electricians.
The total of your electric bill depends on a number of factors including where, how much, and how often you use it. The easiest way to cut your electrical bills is to shut lights and electronics off when not in use. If you’re willing to invest a little bit of money, consider replacing your incandescent bulbs with CFLs or LEDs. Swapping out old appliances—including HVAC equipment—for something more efficient can help, too. Give us a call at (513) 471-7023 to schedule an energy usage consultation.
If your breaker keeps tripping, lights flicker, or you smell burning from an electrical outlet, you need to call an electrician right away. Though you might think it’s okay to go without a broken outlet, there could be a spark behind the wall just waiting to start a fire.