Gallup's First Choice In Electrical Services

With over 20 years of experience you can be certain that your work will be done right the first time.

Call for a free estimate. 505-427-3606

Residential

We offer free home safety inspections

  • whole house surge protector’s
  • Install electric for and mount ceiling fans light fixtures
  • Exhaust fans
  • Panel or service upgrades
  • We mount and install TV receptacle’s along with mounting a TV
  • Install additional recessed lighting
  • Energy savings switches
  • Power generator power
  • Solar Power
  • We install computer network cable TV cable phone cable any low-voltage situation Speakers
  • Under-cabinet lighting
  • Additional circuitry into homes also if your panel is full we can adapt a sub panel
  • Hot tub installations

Commercial/Industrial

Electrical energy audits and safety inspections, free of charge

  • Repairs and service
  • Lighting upgrades
  • Installation of networking cables
  • LED lighting upgrades
  • Installation of high bay industrial fans
  • Repairs to high electrical lighting
  • Installation and repairs of parking lot lighting retrofit LED parking lot lighting
  • Sign maintenance and repairs

Estimates

FREE

for quotes, ideas, or professional opinions

Service Calls

$49.95

+tax

Hourly

$75

+tax

Understanding your electrical needs

Whether you rent or own your home electrical issues are bound to come up,  so you want to be ready and understand where the source of the problem is and get the professional needed help.
Having a trustworthy  knowledgeable electrician that offers affordable prices is the key to solve your problem.
For example if an outlet is not working:
Do this small diagnostic on your own:
1.-Open the panel access  door look to see if there are any tripped breakers
2.-if your issue is a receptacle check when you plug something in, if the cord falls out easily, probably is the contacts inside the receptacle, so it will need to be replaced immediately.
3.-finally plug in different appliance just to make sure that is in fact the outlet that is not working.
Following this simple three steps you have completed your own diagnostic and found out whether it was a simple issue or you need to call an electrician.