Typical costs:
Although there are still a few low-cost areas where electricians charge $30-$50 an hour, they typically bill $50-$100 an hour or more depending on local rates and their qualifications. Some electricians quote a flat fee per job rather than an hourly rate, depending on the scope and type of work to be performed. There may also be a minimum $50-$150 service charge to come to the house and evaluate the problem. Total cost for hiring an electrician will depend on the type of work done.
Adding an electrical outlet typically starts at $60-$125 to replace an existing standard outlet with a GFCI (ground fault circuit interrupter) receptacle, but can be $150-$250 for running a new 120V circuit off the electrical panel or $300-$800 for installing a new 240V circuit on the main electrical panel.
Upgrading an electrical panel typically costs $800-$1,200 to change an existing panel to 100 amps, or $1,500-$2,000 for a new panel. It can cost $1,300-$3,000 to upgrade to 200 amps and $2,000-$4,000 for 400 amps. Expect to pay $500-$1,000 for installing a new sub-panel.
Average total costs for rewiring a house start at $3,500-$8,000 for a moderate-sized home with easy access to the crawlspace and attic, but it can cost $8,500-$30,000 or more for rewiring a large house and/or one with difficult access.
A wide variety of projects might require the skills of a licensed electrician. For example, hiring an electrician to install an electric baseboard heater can cost $125-$300 (not including the heater); and expect to pay $100-$250 to have an electrician install a wall-mounted towel warmer. Installation of recessed lighting in a ceiling that's already torn open for remodeling typically costs $50-$200 per light; installation of recessed can lights designed to fit in a small opening can cost $100-$200 each, or more if access is limited. And it can cost $400-$1,000 to install a power transfer switch on a home's main electrical panel to make it possible for a portable generator to power several circuits with a single extension cord.

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Panel Change Outs

Most buildings will need an electrical panel change out at least once, either to upgrade outdated equipment, to keep current with new safety regulations, or to provide additional power to the building. Renovations or additions often require a larger electrical panel. If your electrical system has gone through modifications to accommodate increases in your patterns of consumption and your panel hasn’t been upgraded, then there is a good chance that your electrical system isn’t operating at its most efficient. Fortunately, at Hummingbird Homes Electrical our electricians have experience with electrical systems of all sizes and scales, and can safely and reliably upgrade your electrical panel to optimally suit your building’s electrical system. 


Electric Vehicles are the way of the future and Hummingbird Homes Electrical is your trusted partner for EV charger installation. There are a few different types of EV Chargers that our expert electricians can help you choose from based on your needs.

Level 1 EV Charger - 120 Volt
(Great for Home, Office or Public)
Level 1 EV chargers uses a common 120-volt residential electrical outlet. All electric vehicles, including Teslas, can be charged using a Level 1 EV charger. Level 1 chargers are the slowest of all chargers and works best plug-in hybrid vehicles (PHEVs) versus EVs that are driven on a daily basis.


Level 2 EV Charger - 208 Volt to 240 Volt
(Great for Home, Office or Public)
Level 2 EV chargers are are the most common electric vehicle chargers used for daily driving as most cars can be charged overnight using the level 2 EV charger. Level 2 chargers are able to charge vehicles up to 10 times faster than a level 1 EV charger. Most Tesla chargers are Level 2 EV Chargers.

Meter Box Panel
Pricing for your electric Meter Box  upgrade

200 amp standard all in one panel

Siemens MC4040B200SECW   $2,800.00                                                                                                           
* With new underground riser  $3,200.00                                                                                         
This panel is a all in one 200 amp with 40 full spaces 
* With overhead riser                 $3,600.00            

*Breakers over 60 amps and Arc fault breakers extra

These are my basic prices to give you an idea what things might cost. Each job will need to be field checked and quoted. Submittals, taxes and permit expenses very and will be added according to jurisdiction and requirements. As always ​advice and estimates are free


Recessed lighting is a great source to illuminate a room with a minimalistic approach that avoids clutter.

Recessed lights are great options in situations with low ceilings as they do not protrude down from the ceiling, but they also look elegant and professional on higher ceilings.


Interior lighting installation in Utah. Lighting layout and electrical wiring installation are usually included in the building plan of a new house. Any other addition can be made after the home is completed at additional costs. However, the cost of an interior lighting installation in Utah can become expensive if special lightings and features will be added with the installation. Installing dimmer for instance can cost you around $150 to $300. Accent lighting installation can go as low as $90 up to $400. Lighting contractors usually charge $70 to $150 per hour for their lighting services. If you are on a tight budget, make sure that you prioritize Hummingbird Homes Electrical installation in areas of your home where it is mostly needed.


You have a lot of options to choose from for your new outlet

installation. Here are the types of outlets that we install, along with a brief description of what they do:

Arc Fault Circuit Interrupter (AFCI) outlets – AFCI outlets help protect homes from house fires by sensing and stopping power arcs.
Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter (GFCI) outlets – GFCI outlets protect people from electric shock by sensing abnormal current flow and stopping electricity from flowing to the outlet. They are required in all areas where water hazards are present such as bathrooms, kitchens, and outdoors.
Smart outlets – Homeowners are installing more smart devices in their homes all the time. From smart speakers to smart doorbells, it’s easy to keep an eye on your home from anywhere in the world. Smart outlets help your devices connect to each other seamlessly to enhance security and convenience.
Switched outlets – A switched outlet is half power receptacle, half power switch. Whatever you plug into the outlet can be turned on or off by flipping the switch. This option can be handy if you have a hard-to-reach device that you want to be able to turn on and off easily.

New Construction
Electrical rough

Electrical rough-in labor involves pulling all wiring through the wall studs and installing junction boxes for the outlets, switches, and fixtures. The electrician leaves the final connections incomplete until contractors finish additional construction phases.