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Residential Service

Our residential electrical services include troubleshooting and installing panels, switches, breakers; all types of remodeling electrical work, and more...

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Commercial Service

Our commercial electrical services include electrical troubleshooting, installing power for new machines, service upgrades, 220 volt circuits, and more...

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Industrial Controls

We have the ability to troubleshoot existing machines as well as design and program control systems to increase productivity and/or reduce down time, resulting in higher output for your business.

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Offering Kansas City Premium Electrician Services

JMC Electric

Incorporated in 2002, JMC Electric offers expert Residential Home Electrician, Commercial Business Electric, and Industrial electrical services to Kansas City and the surrounding area. We do everything from Circuit Breakers, Panel Upgrades, electrical troubleshooting and ceiling fans to diagnostics, electrical wiring, and efficiency upgrades.

We are dedicated to our clients and provide prompt, courteous, and professional service at competitive pricing. All of our work is guaranteed and we honor the manufacturer’s warranty on all installed parts. We even offer emergency service on weekends and after hours.

See our accreditation with the Better Business Bureau and check out our top ranking with Home Advisor as well as our positive reviews.

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Electrical Blog

Kansas City Home Rewiring Services

Your home wiring is the most important part of your Kansas City home’s electrical system. That residential wiring system is extremely complex, and it’s extremely dangerous to work with if you aren’t extensively and professionally trained. So when...

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Electrical FAQs

  • What is a Surge Suppressor?

    A surge suppressor is a device that tries to limit the maximum voltage to a safe threshold.  Some do this by routing excess voltage back to the grounding conductor (green or bare wire), others try to open the ungrounded conductor (typically the black or colored wire) or “trip”.  Surge suppressors can be installed in shunt […]

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