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Geoff Swanson
· September 29, 2014
Have used his services twice. He's honest, Does incredible work, on time, and reasonably priced...cannot ask for more!!
Aaron Whitener
· October 30, 2013
Jared’s guys did a fantastic job under time and under budget. It was just a small residential issue, but they took it seriously. Thanks!
Darrin Tolbert
July 8, 2013
Great service! You will not be disappointed!

We want everyone to have a safe holiday. Remember to take all safety precautions.

Whether testing out a new dish or whipping up a family classic, there's one recipe that should also be included on the menu this holiday season: Safety. Follow this

We are currently looking to fill a full time position for an electrician and/or an electrician's helper. Competitive wages and benefits. Experience for helper is preferred but not required. Electrician must have 5-7 years experience. Must have own transportation, pass a drug screening, background check, and clean driving record.

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This week's Tuesday Tip is in advance of Fire Prevention Week, which kicks off on October 9th. View our Smoke Alarm Safety Tips and Reminders for more helpful tips:…/smoke-alarms-carbon-monoxide-alarms-a…

Fire Prevention Week is 2 weeks away! Learn about fire safety with this infographic from previous fire prevention weeks.

The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA)’s theme for Fire Prevention Week 2014, “Smoke Alarms Save Lives: Test Yours Every Month,” encourages the public to make sure their smoke alarms are in working order. From October 5-11, 2014, the NFPA leads the charge for home fire safety and the Electr...

Today in Electrical history; on this day in 2003 much of the Northeastern United States was without power due to a huge blackout.

The Northeast blackout of 2003 was a widespread power outage that occurred throughout parts of the Northeastern and Midwestern United States and the Canadian province of Ontario on Thursday, August 14, 2003, just after 4:10 p.m. EDT.[1]

We are now looking for a full time electrical apprentice. If you or know of someone who would want to learn a trade please email your résumé to Jared at
You must have a drivers license, clean driving record, be able to pass both a background check and drug test and a good work ethic. Thanks.

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Did you know that 6-12 child fatalities a year relate to tampering with a wall outlet? Lean about tamper resistant wall outlets to help keep your child safe:

When you need to finish a job in one day you send three vans and a truck. Don't forget we can handle any job of any size. We also do security systems now as well.

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Give your home an electrical safety checkup with this checklist from the Electrical Safety Foundation International

The last post seemed to really spark some interesting discussion. In case you want to read more, here's the NPR article including comments from Anthony Carnevale, the director of the Georgetown University Center on Education and the Workforce whose quote was below.

Many economists say a big missing piece of the economic puzzle is apprenticeships that give high school graduates access to good-paying, higher-skilled jobs in the trades.
Affordable home automation gadgets let you turn off space heaters or lighting fixtures from your phone, boosting both safety and convenience this holiday season. Consumer Reports has three easy options.
If you're still manually turning your lights on and off, 2016 should be the year you finally dare to embrace home automation. Smart home solutions can he...