Electricians in McClellan, CA (California)

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Prescreened Electricians in McClellan, CA

Bonham Electric
4.79
24 Verified Ratings
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(415) 633-2037
1875 diesel dr st #2
Sacremento, CA 95838

Serving McClellan, CA
BDM Electric
4.7
9 Verified Ratings
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(916) 403-9173
8740 Cypress Creek Way
Elk Grove, CA 95758

Serving McClellan, CA
 
Phil Haupt Electric, Inc.
5.0
3 Verified Ratings
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(415) 490-0801
5098 Foothills Boulevard, Suite 3-358
Roseville, CA 95747

Serving McClellan, CA
W C Stein Construction, Corp.
4.43
20 Verified Ratings
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(916) 577-2842
6820 Brill Court
Citrus Heights, CA 95621

Serving McClellan, CA
 
Universal Electric, Inc.
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(916) 303-8354
208 Suffolk Place
Winters, CA 95694

Serving McClellan, CA

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Reviews of McClellan Electricians

 
5.00
Project: Install Electrical Switches, Outlets, and Fixtures - For Business
Sacramento, CA

Received excellent service. On time, professional, and fair compensation. I will hire them for another job I have in the works.

 
4.33
Project: Install Electrical Switches, Outlets, and Fixtures - For Business
Fullsome, CA

Prompt, easy to deal.with

 
5.00
Project: Install Electrical Switches, Outlets, and Fixtures
West Sacramento, CA

Ralph Bonham is a very kind, fair-minded businessman, as are those who work for him. They make sure you are satisfied with their work. I would be happy to hire them again.

 

Things to Consider Before You Install an Electric Vehicle Charging Station in McClellan, California:

  • 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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