No Waiting Around – We show up on-time and call when we are on our way so there are no surprises!
Same Day Service!- We offer same day service to all our customers!
No Mess to Clean Up – We clean up any mess we make while completing your service or repair so you don’t have to!
No Surprises, No Hidden Fees – We give you the prices upfront before the work begins so you know What you will be paying.
Family Owned – We are family owned and operated electric and air conditioning company so we stand behind all the work we do.
• Trusting an Electrician In Your Home
You want to know that you have a trained and qualified individual on the job when it comes to your home’s electrical system. Whether it’s installing a new outlet or replacing your electrical panel, you should always use a licensed electrician. All electricians working in the State of Texas are required to be licensed by the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation. Homeowners should be aware of this fact, and should always request their electrician’s license number so that the company/individual’s licensing can be looked up and verified.
• Apprentice Electrician:
An Apprentice Electrician is an individual that is starting in the electrical trade.
• Wireman Electrician:
Once completing 2 years of supervised training and passing an electrical exam, an apprentice electrician will become a wireman electrician. Wireman Electricians are licensed to work unsupervised in a residential home. However, Wireman Electricians are not licensed to work in the commercial field.
• Journeyman Electrician:
Journeyman Electricians are required to have completed 8000 hours of electrical work under a Master Electrician. They are also required to pass a written electrical exam. All electricians sent to our customer’s homes are licensed Journeyman Electricians!
• Master Electrician:
All electrical contracting companies are required to have one on board.
• What About Electrical Contractors and Insurance?
All electrical contractor companies in the State of Texas are required to be licensed as an electrical contractor in the State of Texas. Part of the licensing requirement is that the company must maintain a minimum adequate general liability insurance policy. This is a measure taken to protect the customer/homeowner in the event of a problem. The State also requires that each electrical contractor company be supervised by a licensed Master Electrician..