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The Steel Electric Company

Founded 1997 • With Angi since September 2009



We are a licensed, bonded and insured Electrical contracting company. We specialize in everything from new construction to additions, ceiling fan installations, Plasma and T.V.s Surround sound, and all areas inbetween. We do not subcontract and I (the owner) supervise every jobsite we have. All Estimates are free. And all Angies List memebers get a 10% discount on all services. We care for our customers inparticular and hard working people in gerneral who demand great customer service, professional and complete work at a more than reasonable price....

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Services Offered

All Electrical Services. New Construction, Additions, ceiling fans, Full Service (short curcuits, bad breakers) over-the-range microwave ovens. Plasma TV's and surround sound, telephone and cable outlets(moving or adding new)

Services Not Offered

We will never, ever offer a rushed or compromise a job.

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