H.N.A Electric, Inc., is an electrical company that has been servicing residential and commercial clients in Laredo since 2007. It specializes in repairing and installing lights, wires, switches, and outlets. Additionally, it provides three-phase and single-phase wiring, and motor control repair and maintenance. Owner and licensed electrician Hector Alonzo has over 20 years of experience in the electrical construction industry. He earned his degree in engineering technology and has hands-on experience with electrical work involving lighting, installation of switchgears, and temporary power installation.
1502 East Price Street, Laredo, TX 78040
Laredo, TX 78040
Serving the community of Laredo, Isaias Electric, Inc, handles home, commercial, and industrial electrical services that range from new system design and installation to testing, troubleshooting, and repair. Additional services like high-voltage lighting, CCTV security systems, ballast replacement, LED upgrades, computer services and network, and communication wiring also offered. Some of Isaias Electric's completed projects are with the Correctional Corporation of America, Pizza Hut, Mcpherson Medical Center, and Rangel Park.
201 West Calton Road, Laredo, TX 78041
Laredo, TX 78041
RPi Electric handles residential, commercial, and industrial projects in Laredo. Its team of electricians performs repairs that cover outlets, wires, lights, and breakers. They also install ceiling fans, smoke detectors, portable generators, and indoor and outdoor lighting which covers landscape and security lights. The crew also handles the electrical work needed in kitchen and bathroom remodels which involves rewiring and installing new appliances and lighting. RPi Electric has been working with home and business owners for more than 25 years.
201 Market Street, Laredo, TX 78040
Laredo, TX 78040
Yes, a professional electrician is actually important to the solar panel installation process because solar panels must be integrated into a home's power, which can be complex. Hiring a professional electrician who's bonded and insured offers some peace of mind. If something happens with the installation, you may have some recourse for covering damages.
Typically, a plumber installs a garbage disposal because the work involves pipes and water flow under the sink. The power usually comes from simply plugging the disposal into a wall outlet. If a new outlet needs to be installed to support the disposal, an electrician can be hired to do that work before the plumber installs the disposal.
A master electrician is a certified, experienced electrician who typically has more experience and credentials than a journeyman electrician. Master electricians can own their own businesses and supervise other electricians. The qualifications for this certification vary by state but can include a degree or certain education requirements and years of experience. Usually, master electricians have previously received journeyman status, which also requires a certain number of hours or years worked in the field or completion of an apprenticeship program. Jobs that may best be tasked to a master electrician include: