Abington, PA 19001 (215) 768-8102

Trusted, Reliable Electrician For Homes In Elkins Park And Nearby Towns

Your Home Solutions provides electrician repairs and electrical service to homes in Elkins Park, PA. Free estimates, free phone consultations, and guaranteed customer satisfaction. Call (215) 768-8102 and speak directly to an electrician.

Elkins Park Electrician Serving 19027 - Your Home SolutionsPennsylvania License: PA045143

Our Electrician Services Include:

  • 100 amp and 200 amp Upgrades
  • Emergency Services
  • Partial Power
  • Outlets
  • Flickering Lights
  • No Power
  • Appliance Lines & Outlets
  • Rewire
  • Light Fixtures
  • Grounding

About Our Town: Elkins Park is a beautiful suburban town that mixes mid-century ranches and split-levels with gilded age mansions and historic estates. Among them Are the 110-room Lynwood Hall, the Henry West Bryer, Sr. House, and the Elkins Estate.

Your Home Solutions is based in nearby Abington with electricians in Elkins Park serving zip codes 19027 and 19012, along with other nearby towns.

Should I Worry If My Lights Flicker?

Flickering lights are often a sign of a fault grounding system. That’s different from dimming, which is often due to an overloaded circuit. Faulty grounding can also electrify water pipes and plumbing, potentially causing electrocution from doing the laundry or even touching a sink.

Read more on our Homeowner Resources page. 

Trusted Elkins Park Electricians Serving 19027 And 19012 Since 2008

Call (215) 768-8102 to speak with a live electrician immediately if your lights are flickering. Or if you feel even mild electric shocks from your plumbing fixtures. You can also visit our Homeowner Resources page for other important residential electrical service topics.

Local Spotlight: Richard Wall House Museum

Get a glimpse of our town’s history at the Richard Wall House Museum! Built-in 1682, the estate includes artifacts and decor that spans the centuries. You’ll find everything from a Colonial-era bedroom to a tool collection from the 1800s and even a Roaring 20s room among its four stories. 

If You Go

You’ll find the Richard Hall Museum at 1 Wall Park Drive, just off Church Road between Chelten Hills Drive and Old York Road.