Mister Sparky electrician strives for 100% customer satisfaction. We are committed to providing our customers with outstanding customer service from our phone representatives and our electricians.
Mister Sparky is the electrician you can rely on. We’re On Time, You’ll See, Or The Repair Is Free! That’s the Mister Sparky motto and guarantee.
High Service Standards
After normal use, if an electrical repair fails in the first year, we will put it right by repairing it or replacing it for free.
Services We Provide
From getting a new light installed or adding a new outlet to a place you wish there was one to repairing that outlet that keeps giving you trouble, Mister Sparky is the electrician you have been looking for.
What Our Customers Say...
“Bryan is another of Mister Sparky’s professional and courteous electricians. Both he, and Derek did a good job in getting our power back to normal.“
“Extremely professional and personable, work was efficient and accurate… yes, I would certainly use Mr. Sparky again and recommend them to friends..”
“Excellent knowledge of the work needed and performed it very satisfactory in a efficient manner.”
“Loved Tom R. His professionalism was outstanding!!”
“Alisa was very polite and quick to answer my qoestions. She understood how quick I needed my problem with my generator fixed.Jason was there and had it fixed before noon”
“Punctual. Honest….gave several options for us to chose from The electricians were very personable too!”
Here at Mister Sparky we are happy to help, if you cannot find the information you require please feel free to call us at:
For immediate assistance call: 1-866-676-5557
Manatee, Sarasota County
Lee County & Collier Counties
There are two main issues with fuses. First, after a fuse protects your home from an overloaded circuit, you have to throw it away. So you may go through many fuses. Second, most insurance companies now require that fuse boxes be replaced with circuit breakers. We’ll check the local electrical codes for your particular situation.
Go to your main electrical panel, usually located in a garage or carport area on the opposite side of the wall from your electric meter. If you are in an apartment, the panel is usually in a closet or storage room. Open up the panel to reveal the various circuit breakers. The ‘tripped’ breaker will not be in either the on or off position, but in between. Sometimes a small red portion of the breaker will be exposed to show you the tripped breaker.
To reset it, just push the switch to the off position and then back to the on position. You should hear a snapping sound and feel some resistance. In the event that the circuit continues to trip, there may be an excessive load on the circuit. Correcting the overload should solve your problem. If that doesn’t work, contact Mister Sparky for an evaluation.
A GFI is an abbreviation for a Ground Fault Interrupter. It is a specially designed outlet normally used in locations where moisture can accumulate, such as kitchens, baths and laundry areas, to protect you from electrical shock. A GFI measures the resistance on the “positive” and “negative” loads connected to it, and if there is more resistance in either of the two loads, the GFI trips. The GFI has a built-in circuit breaker to reset once the problem has been resolved.