Working with electricity can be tricky and dangerous, and trained, qualified electrical technicians are hard to come by. That’s why you should keep your electrician’s number on speed dial when you find one you can count on. The trusted and experienced electrical contractors at Piedmont Electric Repair Company in High Point, NC, have been serving the Piedmont Triad area since 1936. Their licensed and certified electricians bring expertise, commitment, and courtesy to every job.
If a switch or outlet in your home or commercial building has failed, or if your breakers trip frequently when you operate certain equipment or appliances, the highly skilled local electricians at Piedmont Electric Repair Company can quickly diagnose the problem. They will complete a safety evaluation and determine whether you need new wiring or a less complicated electrical service repair.
They use only the highest quality copper wiring to ensure reliability, long life, and safety. They also repair and overhaul motors, appliances, machinery, lighting, and other electrical products to save you the cost of replacement and reduce landfill waste. They install computer and LAN cables and emergency generators, as well as commercial and residential panels, outlets, and breakers. All work completed by their licensed electricians includes a warranty to ensure your utmost satisfaction.
In addition to repairs and wiring, Piedmont Electric Repair Company stocks a wide selection of electrical supplies and has representatives who will help you choose the parts you need to complete your project. They maintain an inventory of over 10,000 items, including parts that normally are difficult to find.
For nearly 80 years, Piedmont Electric Repair Company, the premier electrical contractor in High Point, NC, has been providing prompt and courteous service, quality workmanship, and competitive prices. For more information about the company and its products and services, visit their website, or call (336) 889-0222 to speak to a friendly, knowledgeable electrical contractor.
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