Electricians in Charlotte, NC (North Carolina)

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Prescreened Electricians in Charlotte, NC

Sevan Electrical Services, LLC
51 Verified Ratings
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(980) 235-9161
111 Reid Lane, Suite 1-C
Pineville, NC 28134

Serving Charlotte, NC
Carl H. Bost
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(866) 587-6006
4000 Concord Salsbary Highway
Kannapolis, NC 28083

Serving Charlotte, NC
York Enterprise
2 Verified Ratings
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(704) 232-9568
1342 Hidden Circle
Salisbury, NC 28147

Serving Charlotte, NC

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Reviews of Charlotte Electricians

Project: Install Electrical Switches, Outlets, and Fixtures
Matthews, NC

$85 just to come out then $85 an hour after that. The first hour then is $170. Then $85 an hour after that plus supplies. I thought it was expensive. The work was done well, though.

Project: Install Electrical Switches, Outlets, and Fixtures
Stallings, NC

Friendly and professional.

Project: Repair a Ceiling Fan
Matthews, NC

The response was timely and the experience very professional. The technician listened to the explanation of the issue and wasted no time in resolving the problem quickly.


Unscreened Electricians in Charlotte, North Carolina

Wayne Beard

Charlotte, NC 28280
Emci Limited
2109 S Tryon St
Charlotte, NC 28203
providence electric

Charlotte, NC 28280
Lightpath Electric

Charlotte, NC 28280
Argand Energy Solutions
2725 Westinghouse Blvd Ste 100
Charlotte, NC 28201

Things to Consider Before You Install an Electric Vehicle Charging Station in Charlotte, North Carolina:

  • What kind of location is this?
  • Have you already purchased an electric vehicle charging station?
  • Is the installation site prewired to support the required electrical load (typically referred to as 220v or 240v)?

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