Sun 11 December 2016
Is My Panel Safe? • National Fire Protection Asc. • Electrical Safety Foundation • Consumer Product SafetyWouldn't it be great if your contractor actually showed up when they said they would! Maine Electric electricians do! Not only do they arrive on-time, but you will then see clean cut, fully uniformed, eager to help electricians. Everybody is wowed by the sight of our electricians standing on our company logo doormat wearing floor saver boot covers. Not only are boot covers worn 100% of the time in your home, we also stock vacuum cleaners in our trucks to insure your home is as clean, if not cleaner, when we leave. A good impression is a lasting impression.
That is what Pleasanton Electrician - Maine Electric owner, Scott Mamola, had envisioned for his company when he started it in January, 2004. Although the company is relatively young, Scott has 17 years experience in the electrical field including residential, commercial and industrial. We are a Pleasanton based company servicing the Tri-Valley area and surrounding cities. Maine Electric is a full-service residential electrical contracting company that is licensed, bonded and fully insured. Whether it is as little as changing out a switch or as big as replacing the meter main - no job is too small or to big. We are here for you. When electricity is involved, the homeowner certainly needs an expert – not a ten-minute do-it-yourself lesson at the local hardware store. Give your Pleasanton Electrician, Maine Electric, the chance to be your electrical contractor of choice. When it comes to doing the electrically challenging projects, we have the special training it takes to do the job right the first time. Of equal importance is the fact that, you will be informed of the total investment required before we even get started. This will leave out any surprises along the way. Our pricing is up-front and comes with a 100% satisfaction guarantee in writing.
Your Pleasanton Electrician - Maine Electric strives to set itself apart from the typical contractors and stand above all the others. We require that our electricians attend continuing training meetings twice a week.