If your outlet is producing a buzzing noise, generates sparks, has loose-fitting plugs, or burn marks, it should be repaired or replaced.
This occurs when there is a higher voltage of amps traveling through the circuit than the wires can handle. To resolve this, you can upgrade your electrical panel.
Many times, a home that is 50 years or older is a good candidate for a home rewiring. However, if you are unsure, it is best to schedule an inspection with a Raynor Electric expert.
There are many factors that will affect the length of a project like this, such as your home’s size, the accessibility to run wires through the attic or crawl spaces, amount of furniture, and the type of materials your home is built of.

Air Conditioning

If your system is producing warmer air, is making funny noises, has weaker air flow, or is leaking, it may be time to upgrade your unit.
This can occur on the inside or outside part of a unit, and when it does, it may be a sign of low air flow or a low refrigerant charge.
This is a network of thermostats and duct dampers that controls the amount of cool air that is dispersed into each room or rooms.
We recommend keeping the temperature between 72-74 degrees, scheduling routine AC maintenance, closing the curtains, and installing weatherstripping.


If your system is not properly heating your space, requires frequent repairs, or is 10-15 years old, it may be time to upgrade your furnace.
When your boiler isn’t producing sufficient heat, you feel uneven temperatures, hear strange noises, or is between 15-25 years old, it may be time to replace your boiler.
We recommend that you clean your furnace at least once every year; this will improve its performance and efficiency, and many manufacturer warranties require it.
We recommend scheduling routine furnace maintenance and installing a dual fuel heat pump.


Although optimal solar production requires sunshine, your solar panels can still produce electricity when it is cloudy outside.
Solar panels will increase the resale value of your home and can help it sell faster.
Solar panels are virtually maintenance-free! Although they can get dirty from pollen, bird droppings, and dust, this can all be easily removed during a rainstorm or by a garden hose.
Yes, home and commercial property owners need to obtain written approval from the state before installing a solar system.

Home Generators

Yes! We recommend that you service your generator every 3 months to keep its battery healthy and every 6 months to change its oil and filters.
Different generators require different fuel, so it is best to check the manual or to ask your Raynor Services technician. The most common types of fuel are gas, propane, and diesel.
To increase the longevity of your generator, we recommend enclosing it to protect against any water damage.
The size of the generator depends on how you want to use it. If you want to use it to power your entire home/business, you will want a larger generator; if you just want it for emergency loads, you can opt for a smaller generator.