Electricians That Service Cypress Texas

Residential & Commercial Electrical Services

E-Zone Electric is proud to serve the residents and businesses in Cypress, Texas and the surrounding areas. We strive to make sure our customers feel confident with the technicians that come into their home or place of business. What sets us apart from our competition is our team’s attitude. We have trained our team members to portray a positive attitude from the time we answer the phone all the way through completion of a project. We want our customers to feel like we are neighbors ready to help them instead of another random service provider.

Our team is here to help you with any and all electrical related issues. Whether you need a new electrical outlet installed in your home or you need us to service existing equipment for your business, our electricians look forward to helping the residents and businesses of Cypress, TX. We provide a full range of electrical services including routine maintenance, system repairs and electrical installations. If your project requires electricity, we can help. Call us today, because we are the neighbors that will not leave you in the dark.

Our Residential Electrical Services Include:

  • attic fan installations & service
  • real estate inspection reports
  • door bells
  • panel changes
  • service upgrades
  • underground feeders
  • troubleshooting
  • circuit restorations
  • ballasts
  • transformers
  • surge protection
  • grounding
  • GFCI’s
  • Arc Fault breakers
  • appliance hook-ups
  • permits

Our Commercial Electrical Services Include:

  • Build outs

  • Circuit additions

  • Circuit restorations

  • Energy efficiency

  • Equipment hook-ups

  • Exterior lighting

  • Interior lighting

  • Motors

  • Motor controls

  • Occupancy reports

  • Parking lot lighting

  • Remodels


What is a GFCI?
A ground fault circuit interrupter (GFCI) is an electronic device that protects individuals from serious injury caused by electric shock.

How does the GFCI work?
GFCI’s continuously monitor electricity flowing in a circuit. If electricity flowing into the circuit differs by even a slight amount from that returning, the GFCI will quickly shut off the current flowing through that circuit to protect from being electrocuted.

What should I do if an appliance or equipment continues to blow a fuse or trip a circuit breaker in my home or business?
Appliances or equipment that repeatedly blow fuses or trip circuit breakers should be unplugged and repaired or replaced by a professional electrician.  If you are experiencing this issue, contact E-Zone today, and we are happy to provide a professional, safe solution.