NE Electric, LLC
Areas of service:Tallahassee, Albany, Valdosta, Lake City, Waycross, Tifton, Thomasville, Moultrie, Americus, Douglas, Live Oak, Quincy and Cordele.
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NE Electric, LLC - Valdosta, GA
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About NE Electric, LLC
NE Electric is serving Valdosta and surrounding areas. We handle all your residential, commercial and industrial needs. New constructions, remodels or repairs, NE Electric has you covered. Jon Frank Boone is our master electrician with a non-restricted license (EN216041)
Always have a licensed electrician do your electrical work. Not only can it get very expensive to fix a DIY gone wrong but working with electricity is highly dangerous.
Contact a licensed professional; itís less expensive and less painful than a trip to the ER.
Questions and answers
- What services do you provide your customers after the work has finished?
We are always available for any questions or concerns. We provide 24 hour emergency service for the unexpected. And even if you just want to discuss a future project you're thinking of taking on, we're happy to talk about options and ideas.
Being a family owned and operated business gives us the opportunity to treat our customers like family and get to know any special needs they may have and provide them with service above and beyond.
- What areas of your trade do you specialize in?
We cover all things electrical including residential and commercial repairs, rewires and remodels. We do new services for manufactured homes, wiring for industrial equipment and we'll even run electrical service out to your workshop. We handle lighting installation including ceiling fans or can lighting and moving receptacles and switches.
If it's electrical, we'll take care of you.
- What questions should a customer ask before hiring a professional in your trade?
The most important question to ask is if they are licensed. Always have a licensed electrician do your electrical work. It generally takes a contractor twice as long to fix something done wrong and you'll have a lot of wasted materials.
Working with electricity is also highly dangerous. 3 of the top 5 leading causes of house fires are electric related. About 1,000 people die each year in the U.S. from electrical shock. It's not worth the risk to DIY.