Mr. Electric of Tri-Cities
Electricity makes the modern world go round. When your power shorts out, call Mr. Electric of Tri-Cities for quick and convenient repairs. We offer our electrical expertise in Johnson City and the surrounding area. Your home or business is in good hands, whether you’re hoping to overhaul the wiring or install ceiling fans. Our promise to you is the best work, whether your needs are common or complicated. We represent Washington County’s electric solutions with pride.
When you plan home improvement projects, don’t forget to call Mr. Electric. We’ll provide you the roadmap to renovations that will transform your space and conserve energy. We offer professional care for programmable thermostats, custom lighting and data and communication lines. Any upgrades can boost your business or home’s value.
Making a home or office merry can lead to head and heartaches when you attempt to install lights on your own. Let Mr. Electric relieve the pressure of hanging holiday adornments with our professional power. Choose from an assortment of light options including icicle, bubble and multicolored bulb lights. Our team will ensure your space stays dazzling all season long with installation and maintenance, plus we’ll take them down after the holidays.
Don’t rely on store-bought wall plugs to keep kiddos out of the outlets. Our professionals will install tamperproof outlets to keep children safe from their own curiosity. The shutter-system we offer allows for adults to enjoy the moments instead of worrying them away.
Mr. Electric offers professional home and commercial generator installation. Ensure the safety of your belongings and family in the event of a natural disaster or unplanned power outage with a home standby generator. Commercial generators keep your employees and customers safe and your systems up and running. A licensed professional will install your generator, and since safety is our top priority, and we will arrange for an inspection of the generator to make sure that all local codes and regulations are met.