Dallas Electrical Contractor
Founded in 1841, Dallas is the ninth-largest city in the United States and the third-largest city in the state of Texas. It was developed because of construction of major railroad lines here; it became a hub in 1873. It was connected to Houston and other major cities that were railroad cities. Dallas was booming by the late 19th and early 20th century, and was the world center of leather manufacture and harness making. The most notable event held in Dallas is the State Fair of Texas, which has been held annually at Fair Park since 1886. The fair is a massive event, bringing in an estimated $350 million to the city’s economy annually. The Red River Shootout, which pits the University of Texas at Austin against The University of Oklahoma at the Cotton Bowl also brings significant crowds to the city.
Dallas Electrical Inspections
Whether you’re buying a new Dallas home, or just moving in to a new house, here is some advice that can help you. If you’re in the buying process the things you will be looking for are safety and repair aspects. At Arrow Electric, we can offer you a
Dallas Electrical Contractor
to check for both of these. If you are thinking to yourself right now that you have or are going to hire a home inspector, think again. A home inspector does a generalized inspection.
Most of them will know a little about a lot of different areas, but be an expert in none with a few exceptions. It is a certainty in most areas to say you will be forced to hire one to get a mortgage, and that’s a good thing. If you hire an experienced licensed Dallas electrician, your Dallas electrical inspection will be more thorough and you can get an estimate to what repairs will cost at the same time.
Dallas Electrical Repairs
At Arrow Electric, we are able to do any type of electrical repair or electrical project. No job is too small and with just one call, we do it all! Get started right away by contacting our team of superior Dallas electrical repair contractors.
Electrical repairs in your Dallas home or place of business should really be left up to a professional and licensed electrician in order to guarantee the repair will be done correctly and safely. It is there job to diagnose and solve any electrical problem ranging from wire shortages to upgrading old fixtures that do not consistently work properly anymore. The two different scenarios consist of commercial work and residential work, which both will present an electrician with different type of repair work that they might need to perform.
What Dallas Homeowners Are Saying About Us
Arrow Electric is rated 2 / 5 based on these 4 happy customer reviews
DO NOT USE MILESTONE ELECTRIC THIS IS A COMPANY WHO ONLY WANTS MINORITY CUSTOMERS MONEY THE TECHS ARE REDNECKS UNTRAINED AND ONLY BRREAK YOUR EQUIPMENT AND CHARGE EXHOBORANT FEES TO FIX IF YOU LIVE IN THE SOUTHERN ARER OF DALLAS DO NOT USE THIS SERVICE
UNFAIR TO MINORITIES DO NOT USE MILESTONE ELECGTRIC UNTRAINED RED NECK TECHS WHO BREAK EQUIPMENT AND TRY TO CHARGE EXBORANT FEES TO FIX. DO NOT USE THIS COMPANY IF U LIVE IN MINORITY ZIP CODES EX; SOUTHERN DALLAS
Why do - Kristin Snackey Alvarez and - Jasmin D. have the exact same review posted on your Testimonials page? Something seems fishy with that. (Also, the ratings given in this feedback do not represent any services received. This input is only about the reviews posted on your Testimonials page.)
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