Quality at a Reasonable Price
01 Electrical Services
Saufley Electric specializes in residential and commercial repair, maintenance, and remodel. They are expert troubleshooters, will work on panel and service upgrades, can install low-voltage lighting...
02 Solar Energy
Saufley Electric does expert installation of renewable energy products including photovoltaic (solar), wind, and back-up generators. Saufley Electric brings quality workmanship and dependability to any renewable energy project.
03 Advanced Lighting
Saufley Electric is part of the California Advanced Lighting Controls Training Program (CALCTP), which is a statewide initiative aimed at increasing the use of lighting controls in commercial buildings and industrial facilities.
04 Energy Efficiency
When you choose a BPI certified professional like Saufley Electric for your project, you get a member of the elite. BPI certified professionals have passed BPI’s rigorous written and in-field practical exams that verify their knowledge ...
Saufley Electric does it all.
Whether it’s a new project or troubleshooting an electrical problem, their mission is quality workmanship and reliability at affordable prices. Electrical service upgrade, recessed lighting project, or minor repairs, you get the best with Saufley Electric. Protect the appliances and electronics in your home with whole house surge protection; lower your electric bill with a whole house fan. Light your landscape or barn; help with your telephone system, satellite TV, or data network. Call Saufley Electric at 268-0198. Give us a call; we’ll check your shorts!
Blower Door– The blower door is used to pressurize or depressurize a building to determine the volume of air leakage of the building. Tests are performed before and after air sealing to determine the effectiveness of the air sealing measures, and to ensure that the building has the correct amount of ventilation per Building Airflow Standards set by ASHRAE.
Duct Blaster – the duct blaster is used to pressurize ducts to determine the amount of air leakage of the ventilation ductwork. Tests are performed before and after ductwork. The goal is 0% leakage, although the State of California Energy Code Title 24 requires no more than 6% leakage in new construction, and no more than 15% leakage in retrofit/remodels.
Combustion Analyzer – The combustion analyzer is used to analyze flue gasses from combustion appliances such as furnaces, domestic hot water heaters, ovens, and cook tops. The analysis reveals a number of critical elements present in the combustion process, most importantly the amount of carbon monoxide present in the flue gasses.