Tampa & St. Petersburg’s 24-Hour Emergency Electricians

Call 866-238-3243 for Emergency Electricians in Tampa, Clearwater, St. Petersburg & Sarasota, FL

Hoffman Electrical & A/C is Tampa, St. Petersburg, Clearwater, and Sarasota’s 24-hour emergency electrician. Our residential and commercial electricians are available around the clock when you need them most.

When you need an emergency electrician, you need them now. We’ll dispatch one of our licensed emergency electricians to your home or business day or night to fix the problem as quickly as possible.

Our team is here for you 24/7 to help with any emergency electrical needs your home or business may have! Contact Hoffman Electrical & A/C at 866-238-3243 for 24-hour emergency electrical service.

24-hour electricians in clearwater, tampa, sarasota, and st. petersburg, fl

24/7 Emergency Electricians in Tampa, Clearwater, St. Petersburg & Sarasota, Florida

When you call Hoffman Electrical & A/C for 24-hour emergency electrical service in Tampa, St. Petersburg, Clearwater, Sarasota, or the surrounding areas, you’ll receive:

  • Licensed emergency electricians in the state of Florida (license #EC13004496)
  • 24-hour emergency electrical service (day or night)
  • Fast response times
  • Fixed-price electrical repairs
  • Kind and courteous electricians who respect your home

CALL 866-238-3243 FOR 24-HOUR EMERGENCY ELECTRICAL SERVICE IN TAMPA, CLEARWATER, SARASOTA, ST. PETERSBURG & THE SURROUNDING AREAS.


24-Hour Electricians in Sarasota, Tampa, Clearwater & St. Petersburg, Florida

In the event of an emergency, call Hoffman Electrical & A/C’s team of emergency electricians right away. Our 24-hour electricians are ready to respond to any electrical emergency—day or night, weekends and holidays.

When you need an emergency electrician, we know you need them ASAP! Call the experts at Hoffman Electrical & A/C at 866-238-3243 for 24-hour electrical service, and we’ll get your problem resolved quickly.

Emergency Electrician FAQs

Do you have questions about electrical emergencies? Our team has the answers, so read below to find them.

What is an electrical emergency?

Not all electrical problems are emergencies, but when true emergencies occur you need help fast. Overloaded outlets, wires that are humming or buzzing, but not tripping the circuit, power outages that are specific to your home, and sparks or fires that are electric in nature are all signs of an electrical emergency. These problems put your home at risk and need to be addressed as quickly as possible.

What is the average call-out fee for an electrician?

When you call an electrician, you will pay a call-out fee for the service in addition to the hourly fee. The average call-out fee is $75 per call. However, this can vary from one company to the next, so it’s always a good idea to ask what the call-out fee is before scheduling electrical service.

What should you do in the event of an electrical fire?

If you experience an electrical fire, start by cutting the electrical supply to the area, either by unplugging the cord or turning off the electricity to the home. Do not use water to put out the fire. You can smother a small electrical fire with baking soda. Removing any oxygen sources can also help, and you can do this by smothering the fire with a heavy blanket or article of clothing. If you have a fire extinguisher, make sure it is labeled for Class C fires, then use it to put out the fire. Call the fire department for help if you cannot get the fire to stop with these measures or if you feel you are in danger in any way from the fire. After getting the fire out, get a professional electrician’s help to find and eliminate the cause.

24-Hour Emergency Electricians Servicing the Following Florida Areas:

Hillsborough County (FL) – Apollo Beach, Bloomingdale, Brandon, Carrollwood, Cheval, Citrus Park, Clearwater, East Lake, Lake Magdalene, Lutz, Palm River, Plant City, Riverview, Tampa, Town ‘n’ Country, and Valrico.

Pinellas County (FL) – Clearwater Beach, Dunedin, East Lake, Largo, Oldsmar, Palm Harbor, Pinellas Park, Seminole, St. Petersburg, St. Pete Beach, and Tarpon Springs.

Sarasota County (FL) – Englewood, North Port, Osprey, Sarasota, and Venice.

Manatee County (FL) – Bradenton, Bradenton Beach, Cortez, Ellenton, Longboat Key, Myakka City, Palmetto, Parrish, and Terra Ceia.