Industry Electric

Commercial and Residential Electrical Contractor in New Baltimore, MI

New Baltimore, MI

About Industry Electric

Industry Electric is a company that provides complete electrical services.

We offer all types of electrical services such as:

> Changes or Panel Upgrades

> Generator Installation

> Commercial Wiring

In addition, we also provide free estimate and 24 hour emergency services.

Our company has been in the business since 2005.


New and old construction. Code upgrades and repairs. Service changes or upgrades. Hot tubs and swimming pools. All types of lighting and recess lighting. Dedicated circuits. Generator installs. Surge protection and meg tests. 24 hour emergency services. Free estimates.


I only use the best products that have worked well for me in the past and fit within everyone's budget. Some include Siemens, GE, Lithonia, Square D and much more.

New Baltimore, MI 48047
Contact Jeff Moreton
Payment options
Jeff Moreton accepts cash and checks

Completed 4 years of trade school at Associated Builders & Contractors for my journeyman license from 1996-2000.

After2 years as an journeyman I took a refresher course at MDEC and took my masters exam.

Cities served
Detroit, Warren, Sterling Heights, Livonia, Dearborn, Clinton Township, Farmington, Rochester, Southfield, Troy and other cities within 60 miles of New Baltimore.
Services offered

I wish they knew how difficult it is to stay on top of the trade and still beat out the competition. Also how difficult it is to become a master electrician. That takes 6 years with schooling and only a 3% pass rate for the test.

A basic understanding of your electrical system in your house or place of business such as electrical panel type and brand, the year your house or business location was built and a estimated budget your looking to spend.

I go through the entire project to explain it to them and make sure they are completely satisfied with my services.

I would say I average over 100 projects per year. I provide services for many general contractors which keeps me busy all year round.

Service calls for electrical problems and service upgrades. Remodels and additions have been very popular too.

Saving money is great but the cheapest deal is not always the best answer. I strongly believe in paying a little extra for a great product that will last or a service that stands behind there work.

The following are some of the questions a customer should ask:

> Is the contractor/company licensed and insured?

I am very proud of all the projects I do but the one of them was very challenging and in the end it turned out great. That was a brand new dental office and it was the very first project I did when I started my company.

I always wanted to be my own boss so after gaining all the knowledge and experience from my previous jobs I decided to take the chance and go out on my own. I don't regret it one bit.

Are you licensed and insured? Yes

How many years do I have in the trade? 20 years

I am a Born Again Christian. I enjoy nature and camping with my wife and 2 Shitzu dogs. My wife and I enjoy motorcycles.


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