Commercial & Residential Electrical Contractor in Los Angeles & Orange County
California Expert Electric, Inc. is a fast growing company based in Los Angeles County. We specialize in power saving projects that can reduce your electric bill UP to 40%!
We serve customers in residential, commercial and industrial fields in Glendale, Burbank, Pasadena, Newport Beach, Santa Ana, Riverside California and all places in between.
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For Service: (888) 609-0097
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Best Electrical Contractor in Los Angeles & Orange County – Customer for Life Philosophy
Our primary goal is to develop and maintain long lasting relationships with our clients, to have satisfied customers using our outstanding service and professional knowledge. No job is too small for us! We have a proven track record with an impressive portfolio of past work to prove our expertise and value to save you money.
We provide comprehensive electrical maintenance, repair, replacement and new equipment installation services for residential, commercial and industrial fields.
We have very competitive solutions for your electric car charge station. Our staff is state certified general electricians, most of them graduated from electrical trainee institutes.
California Expert Elecric – Los Angeles & Orange County County Electrical Contractors Providing Thermal imaging & Infrared Scanning Services, New Construction Electrical & Remodels, Service Panel Upgrades, Indoor & Outdoor Lighting, Electrical Circuits, Outlets & Switches, Electric Car Charge Station Installation and Maintenance,
24hr Electrical Problems Emergency Service, Electrical Troubleshooting,
Electrical Code Violations Inspection and Corrections and more!
If the settlement is approved by Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, Columbus, Ohio-based AEP would set a base ROE of 9.85 percent (10.35 percent once an adder is included for regional transmission organization membership) on projects beginning this year. The settlement would affect AEP operating entities in Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan, Ohio, Virginia and West Virginia.