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Steve's Quality Electric

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|Contractors|Twin Falls, ID 83301

289 Locust St, Twin Falls, ID 83301

(208) 734-7664

https://www.stevesqualityelectricllc.com/

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Steve's Quality Electric provides a complete range of electrical contracting services for residential clients in the Twin Falls, Idaho area. We're ready to respond to any of your electrical installation or servicing needs. Whether you need an inspection performed or have your entire house rewired, we have the skills, manpower and knowledge to do it seamlessly and exactly to code. We have established an impeccable reputation for total professionalism and stand behind all the work we do. Contact us at any time for more information. Our specialties include: ? Custom Built Homes ? Energy Saving Lighting ? Fuse & Breaker Upgrades ? Installations If you want top quality electrical work performed i

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7 months ago

12/12/2019, 05:13 AM
Did you know that buying a hot tub for your backyard could demand more electricity than your home can provide? Before they deliver your new hot tub, be sure you have an electric contractor ensure your outdoor outlet has the voltage to do the job.
Anonymous on Facebook

7 months ago

12/10/2019, 05:07 AM
Lightning rods are pretty neat. Lightning strikes the rod and is then conducted through a wire safely to the ground. Care to guess who invented the trusty lightning rod? If you guessed Benjamin Franklin, you're right.
Anonymous on Facebook

7 months ago

12/05/2019, 09:53 AM
If you have a problem with mice, squirrels, or other rodents getting into your attic, you need to have the wiring inspected once the pests are removed. Rodents are known to chew on wiring insulation, exposing hot wires, and creating a fire hazard.
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Anonymous on Facebook

7 months ago

12/03/2019, 01:46 AM
Looking to do something different with your store or restaurant? The right arrangement of lights, computers, and sound can make an incredible difference in your business, and an experienced commercial electric contractor can make sure your system can handle it.
Anonymous on Facebook

7 months ago

11/28/2019, 03:15 AM
Older houses have an incredible amount of classic charm, but their electrical systems may have been planned far before modern requirements. Fortunately, an electric contractor can help you update your electrical system so you won't have to worry about problems.
Anonymous on Facebook

7 months ago

11/26/2019, 03:44 AM
An understanding of the various system voltages used in commercial electrical systems is essential when it comes to the design and maintenance of the system. This includes having a good understanding how the loads are connected between phases and between phase and neutral.
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7 months ago

11/21/2019, 01:18 AM
Some of the biggest energy hogs are computers, games, televisions, and radios, so turn them off when you're not using them. Unplug major appliances if you're not going to use them, too, and even unplugging everyday appliances, like coffee makers, makes sense when you're not home.
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