About Young Electric, LLC
Jeremy Young grew up in an electrical family. Being a second generation electrician, Military Veteran and a dedicated family man, he strives for safety and being the best and brightest in the industry.
Why Young Electric Is Right For You
- We know your family and your home are your most valuable assets. Taking care of your home is our primary concern.
- We keep your equipment working properly, preventing high-dollar damage, and worse, the compromised safety of your family.
- We know when you call an electrician you are trusting us to fix what’s wrong fast and keep you and your family safe.
Young Electric’s Promise To You
We will always listen to the customer’s needs and understand that each situation is unique. We know every job requires quality workmanship, attention to detail, and post-installation support.
We stand behind our work with extended warranties on both our products and services:
- Lifetime warranty on breakers load centers
- Five year warranty on all installs
How do I know when to have my electrical panel serviced?
If you own a house vintage 1980 or older, you should have your panel assessed. At the very least, for all panels, have your circuit breaker connections tightened and breakers checked for overheating.
How do I know if an outlet is 110 or 220?
A circuit is 220 volts if it is using both legs of the phase supplying the panel. The outlet is required to have an unusual configuration, so you can’t plug in a standard 120 volt appliance into it. Examples of 220-volt appliances are ovens, dryers, welders and other higher watt usage appliances.
Do I need grounds with wall plugs?
In a home that has no third hole in outlets for grounding, no ground is acceptable. If you are tempted to plug in three-prong appliances by using an adapter, call an electrician. It could be a safety hazard.
Can I get a free estimate on a repair or for a project?
Yes! Contact us to schedule an appointment.
When do I need a permit for my electrical project?
Check out the Building Codes Division page on Oregon.gov.
Can I get a permit online?
Licensed contractors can apply on the Oregon ePermit site.
How can I save energy?
Get ideas and tips on the Energy Trust of Oregon site.
Is my energy-saving project eligible for a tax credit?
See oregon.gov’s Residential Energy Tax Credit Program.
Check out our Reviews
Young Electric was thorough and straightforward about what our remodel needed. We regretted going with a cheaper bid at first, only to find that Young Electric had correctly identified our capacity and safety needs at the outset of our remodel project. Young came back in and did not take advantage of our precarious, time sensitive situation and completed the job correctly, on budget, on time.
We will use Young Electric on all future projects. Greg V.