Low Voltage

Low Voltage 120/208/220 V

For all of the different types of electronics in the world, different volts of electricity is required. In North America, most electronics require only a certain amount of voltage, which can come from a standard, three-hole outlet. These three-hole outlets are commonplace in homes and businesses across the United States, Canada, and Mexico. Three-hole outlets are referred to professionally by electricians as 120V outlets, in which the v stands for “volt.” Other electronics, like dishwashers and laundry machines, require more electricity than a standard outlet can provide. These outlets can vary in strength, but most often, stronger outlets that are commonplace in homes and businesses around the country are referred to as 208/220V outlets. These 208/220V outlets are often found in garages and kitchens where appliances that require this additional strength are usually found. RJS Electrical Contractors are experienced in installing, maintaining, and repairing both 120V and 208/220V outlets in New York City.

120V in New York

Due to how many electronics can be powered from these devices, it’s recommended that they’re routinely inspected and maintained primarily for the sake of convenience. Everybody has experienced the headache that comes with plugging in an electronic and realizing that the outlet isn’t providing it with any power. RJS Electrical Contractors can be of assistance if this happens to you. We’ll come to your home or business, inspect the outlet, and take the necessary measures to repair it.

In some cases, the outlet and its accompanying wiring will have to be replaced entirely. Additionally, homeowners that want extra 120V outlets in their home or business can look no further than RJS Electrical Contractors. We can install new outlets and place them on any wall of your home or business in no time. Power the devices you need on a day to day basis with 120V installation, repair, and maintenance in New York with RJS Electrical Contractors.

220V In New York

208/220V outlets, while not as common as 120V, can still be found in just about every home or business in New York. Most often, there will be 2 or 3 208/220V outlets spread across various areas of the home. 208/220V outlets are used to power larger appliances like refrigerators, dishwashers, and laundry machines. Recently, 208/220V outlets have received another use: charging sources for electric cars like Tesla Motors and the Nissan Leaf. Home and business owners should routinely check these outlets for any issues to ensure that appliances are fully operational throughout the home. Furthermore, electric car owners can look to RJS Electrical Contractors for assistance in installing new 208/220V systems for the purpose of powering their vehicles. RJS Electrical Contractors installs and repairs 208/220V systems in New York, at an affordable and competitive rate.  Another value added is

Our electricians can update your current low voltage systems with modern wiring as well as retrofit L.E.D. lighting. We offer services to install, maintain, and repair low voltage systems (up to approx. 50V), including:

  • L.E.D. Systems Solutions
  • Upgrade Fluorescent Lights to L.E.D.
  • Doorbells 
  • Garage Doors
  • HVAC (Heating & Cooling) Systems
  • Thermostats and Control Wiring
  • Outdoor Landscape Lighting
  • Data/Internet Wiring
  • Ceiling Fan and Light Installation
  • Security Surveillance Systems (CCTV)
  • Security Alarm Systems
  • Fire Alarm Systems
  • Telephone Systems 
  • DC Battery Systems 
  • Low Voltage Switchgears 


RJS Electrical Contractors Is New York City’s Leading 120V/220V Outlet Installation And Repair Company

Ensuring that the electronics and appliances in the homes of our clients are fully operational is one of our focuses at RJS Electrical Contracting. Powering technology that home and business owners need to use on a daily basis, and ensuring that appliances like dishwashers and refrigerators are in working order is our specialty. RJS Electrical Contractors will work with you to meet and exceed your electrical contracting needs. For a consultation to assess the scope of your residential or commercial electrical project in the Greater New York City Area, visit us online or give us a call at (347) 889-5000.