Full Service, Quality
Electrical Services

If you want to improve, customize, troubleshoot or repair your electrical system you need a knowledgeable, skilled, and honest electrician. At Stott Brothers Electric, all of our electrical technicians are licensed, trained, and professionally equipped to handle all of your electrical service needs at any time. 


We handle both residential and commercial installations and repairs in areas including home automation systems and backup generators, home electrical system upgrades and remodeling, safety inspections, security re-wiring, fire alarm design and installation, fuse panel upgrades, code updates, indoor and outdoor accent lighting, and many other areas of professional electrical service.


For years, we’ve worked to provide 5-Star service to families, small business owners, home builders, and contractors all along the Treasure Coast of Florida including Port Saint Lucie, Fort Pierce, Stuart, and Jupiter.


At Stott Brothers Electric we specialize in all aspects of residential electric service. Everything from troubleshooting and repair, to renovations and remodeling, to custom design and new construction. As a family-run team of residential electricians, we understand how important it is for our customers to protect the investment they have made in their homes. We do everything we can to make our electrical installations and upgrades the safest, highest quality possible. Call us today with your questions or for a free estimate on your project.

Our residential electric services include:

• Service and Panel Replacement
• Electrical Code Updates
• Arc Fault Protection
• GFCI Protection
• New 120 and 240 Volt Circuits
• Septic System Wiring
• Cable TV and Phone Jacks
• Replace Breakers and Fuses
• Receptacle and Switch Installations
• Ceiling Fan Installations
• Generator Installation
• Recessed Lighting
• Kitchen Electrics
• Bathroom Electrics
• Ceiling Fan Installation
• Ceiling Lights
• Fluorescent Lights
• Track Lighting
• Landscape Lights
• Chandeliers
• Dimmers
• Under Cabinet Lighting
• Energy Saving Solutions
• Whole Home Surge Protection
• Media / TV Points
• Safety Switches
• Retrofits and Refurbishment
• Remodel Rewiring
• Testing and Tagging
• Preventative Maintenance


Stott Brothers Electric can also handle the electrical contracting for commercial and community projects. We’re a full-service company and can help you bring your ideas to light. As a small, family owned and operated business, we have a first-hand understanding and appreciation for the importance of safe, reliable, and cost-effective electrical systems for small and home offices or retail spaces. Let us put our expertise to work for you.

Our commercial electric services include:

• Circuit Installation and Upgrades
• Code Updates and Corrections
• Dedicated Computer Circuitry
• Electrical Safety Inspections
• Electrical Systems Upgrades
• Energy Saving Solutions
• Exterior Lighting
• Motion Lights
• Fire Alarm Systems
• Generator Installation, Service, Repair and Maintenance
• Landscape and Security Lighting
• Parking Lot Lighting and Repair
• Surge Protection
• Transfer Switches
• Wiring Upgrades
• Shock and Fire Prevention – AFCI/GFCIs
• Basketball Court and Sports Field Lighting
• Street Lights
• New Construction Wiring
• Recessed Lighting
•Emergency and Exit Lighting
• Security Systems
• Service and Maintenance Agreements

We routinely offer free estimates prior to beginning any work and offer per-hour rates for troubleshooting based on each individual situation prior to commencement.  We welcome an opportunity to discuss your project questions and concerns directly, which allows us to understand your unique situation and consistently exceed our clients' expectations. Contact us today at 772-408-4911 or if you prefer click here to send us a message and let's talk about how we can help you make tomorrow a little lighter.


    Frequent Questions


    How do I know when it’s time to call an electrician?

    Do you find yourself resetting circuit breakers or changing fuses often?
    Do the lights in your house dim when you turn on your air conditioner?
    Do your outside lights flicker on and off?
    Do you have six electronic devices going into one outlet in back of your electronics center?
    Are you using adapters to plug 3 prong plugs into 2 prong outlets?
    Do you have to run extension cords to plug in electrical devices?

    If you answered YES to any of these you should call us for a solution.


    What is a GFCI outlet?

    A GFCI outlet is an outlet receptacle designed to protect you from electrical shock when moisture is present. If your house was built after 1981, there is a good chance that your kitchen, bathrooms, garage, and outdoor outlets are equipped with GFCI outlets.

    You can identify a GFCI outlet by the “test” and “reset” buttons on the face of the outlet. The “test” button will cause the GFCI outlet to turn off and the “reset” button will reset the GFCI outlet if it has been tripped.


    I have an outlet that isn’t working but it is not a GFCI outlet. What is wrong, can it be reset?

    GFCI outlets can be wired in series. So, there may be a GFCI outlet (usually in a basement, garage, or master bathroom) which was installed to control all of the bathroom and/or exterior outlets in the house. If one of the outlets in a bathroom or on your patio does not work, check other similar outlets for a GFCI. If more than one is out, chances are there is a GFCI which controls the others. You can reset it by pressing the “reset” button. When you press the button you should hear a click and power will be restored. If it does not work, there could be a problem in the wiring of the circuit which could be dangerous. Call a licensed electrician to evaluate and troubleshoot the problem.

    What is a “short” or a “short circuit”?

    A short circuit happens when the wire carrying the electrical current comes into physical contact with either the grounded conductor or the equipment ground wire. A short circuit that occurs in your home will result in heat and sparks if unaddressed. Thankfully, the circuit breakers in your electrical panel will cut power to the circuit if it senses a short. If you have a breaker that keeps tripping, you may have a short circuit in your wiring.

    The refrigerator in my garage trips the GFCI receptacle occasionally, causing the refrigerator to defrost. What is causing this problem?

    Refrigerators have a compressor driven by an electric motor. Depending on the size of the refrigerator, it can draw as much as 1500 watts. The maximum capacity of a 15 amp circuit is between 1500 to 1800 watts. So, the refrigerator may be overloading the circuit, especially if the outlet is on the same circuit with other high-use outlets in the house, such as bathrooms or laundry machines. Installing a dedicated circuit for the refrigerator can solve this problem.

    Is my electrical panel outdated or unsafe?

    An outdated electrical panel isn’t designed to meet the electricity demands of modern living. Today’s homes are often full of smart appliances, digital devices, and electronics. If your home’s electrical panel is over 20 years old and/or less than 200 amps, it’s probably time for an upgrade. Contact us for an inspection and a free estimate on replacing your panel with a model equivalent.

    Why does turning on my cabinet-mounted microwave sometimes trip my circuit breaker?

    Many cabinet-mounted microwaves are added to homes after they are built and draw between 1100 and 1800 watts. Builders often install a range hood above the oven/range with an outlet intended to only power an exhaust fan. The microwave is just too much of a draw for this type of circuit. A new 20-amp 120 volt dedicated circuit will solve the problem of the microwave tipping the breaker.

    Can I change an existing switch to a dimmer switch?

    Installing a dimmer switch properly is fairly straight forward but requires more than simply removing the old switch and replacing it with a new one. You should have an electrician check the condition of the wiring, make sure the switch is grounded properly, and confirm the box is large enough to safely contain the wiring for the new dimmer switch. Any time you want to replace or upgrade a switch in your house or office, call us for a free estimate.

    Why do my smoke detectors chirp?

    An intermittent noise is usually either an indication of a defective smoke detector or a low battery which needs replacement. If you have a smoke detector that’s chirping, change the battery and see if it goes quiet. If it continues to make an intermittent noise after battery replacement the unit is likely defective and needs repair or replacement.

    Can I do my own electrical work?

    The answer to this question depends on many factors including your personal skill set and the electrical issue you are trying to solve. Changing a bulb or resetting a tripped breaker is an easy task for most homeowners. Some people might even be comfortable replacing a fixture or ceiling fan. However, you should be aware that DIY electrical work can be very dangerous. It takes a lot of time and training to become a licensed electrician and live electricity is not something to take lightly. If you’re unsure what your electrical problem is, we recommend calling a professional electrician to troubleshoot and repair your issue. You risk personal injury, fire, property damage, or even death if you attempt to do your own intermediate or advanced electrical work.

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