We Are Your Experienced Electrical Repair and Upgrade Specialists in Central New Jersey
We Do Electric LLC is a family-operated, fully licensed and insured electrical contractor company that is privileged to provide electrical services to many distinguished general contractors, commercial and residential clients in Middlesex, Monmouth, and Ocean County in New Jersey. On every project, from the small residential repairs to the large scale installations in commercial and industrial applications, we complete our service with high quality workmanship and integrity.
As a professional Monmouth County electrician, We Do Electric LLC services all of our customers with a commitment to quality and value. We provide personalized professional electrical services with affordable rates. We know that the customer in the end is our biggest asset, so we are always striving for customer satisfaction and look forward to your questions and comments towards your experience with us.
From design to finish our experienced technicians provide the expertise so that your project is completed on time, on budget, and up to code. We are committed to safety and ensure that all of our technicians are fully trained, educated, and compliant in job safety. We have the expertise and experience to get the job done right the first time. We use only the finest materials and tools, leaving the customer with award winning results.
Aluminum wiring, used in some homes from the mid 1960's to the early 1970's, is a potential fire hazard. We Do Electric can update your home with less dangerous copper wiring. U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission research shows that homes wired with aluminum wire manufactured before 1972 are 55 times more likely to have one or more connections reach "Fire Hazard Conditions" than are homes wired with copper.
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