We do the small stuff, like replace an outlet, to service panel upgrades and everything in between. Generator installation and servicing, State of Illinois licensed electrical vehicle charger installer, solar panel installation and more. We can do it all.
Licensed and Insured Electricians
We do it all!
- Arc Fault Problems
- Additions and Remodeling
- Backup Power / Generator Installation and Service
- Buzzing Wires, Broken Wires, Circuit Tracing
- Carbon Monoxide Detectors
- Ceiling Fans
- Circuit Breaker Replacement
- Fuse Box / Breaker Panel Upgrades
- Electrical Testing, Troubleshooting, Load Calculations
- Electric Heating – Baseboard and “In Floor”
- Emergency Lighting
- EV – State of Illinois licensed EV installer
- Exhaust Fans
If your electrical panel looks like this, it’s time for an upgrade
We found a hidden outlet while tracing a circuit
- Kitchen Wiring / GFCI Outlets
- Indoor Lighting / Recessed Lighting
- Internet / Computer Wiring
- Landscape Lighting
- LED Lighting
- Outdoor Lights, Outlets and Switches
- Pool, Spa, Hot Tub Wiring
- Safety Inspection / Code Compliance
- Security Lighting
- Smoke Detectors / Alarms
- Underground Wiring
- Whole House Automation
- Whole House Surge Protection
Years Of Experience
Electric Car Charger Installation and Servicing
Electric Vehicles are Here
D/R Services Unlimited, Inc. is committed to the advancement of Electric Vehicle technology and the deployment of a charging infrastructure that will relieve the range concerns of EV motorists. We can install car charging equipment at your home or business.
Residential chargers with SAE J1772 standard plugs are available for your home and a full range of commercial EV charging systems from single plug to dual output to DC fast chargers are available. A web based station locater and billing system are in place for those considering the business potential in selling power to electric vehicle drivers!
Upgrading from your standard charging station to a level 2 charger (240-volt) will provide faster charging of your car.
- In the case of the Tesla “S”, as an example:
- Level 1 charging (120-volt – standard outlet) 5 miles of range per hour.
- Level 2 charging (240-volt) charges at a rate of 31 miles of range per hour.