Specializing in residential electrical services, we are dedicated to providing customer service that is second to none. Whether you need a small wiring fix or the installation of state-of-the-art "smart home" automation, we can get the job done right.
Steele Electric is dedicated to providing high quality, reliable, electrical service and repair. We are a locally owned and operated business that takes pride in each and every project, knowing that word of mouth is the best form of advertising. Our electricians are licensed and provide quality you can trust.
With 30 years of experience, we have a solid commitment to excellence, attention to detail and superior customer service. Our reputation is built on referrals from customers like you. As our next customer, we look forward to working with you through each phase of the job to ensure complete satisfaction.
As the weather heats up, it's time to start thinking about cooling your home with professionally installed ceiling fans! Using ceiling fans in your bedrooms and living areas can help cut energy costs. A ceiling fan helps equalize the temperature throughout the room, so your air conditioner doesn’t have to work as hard to keep the room cool. Although ceiling fans do use electricity to operate, experts say the amount of money homeowners can save on air conditioning with a fan greatly outweighs the cost of running the fan itself.
Ignoring your home's electrical system can be a costly mistake.
Our lives literally depend on the safe use of electricity in our homes, and often, safety hazards can go unnoticed or unseen. Even what homeowners might think of as a "minor" problem can lead to a devastating fire. In fact, electricity is a leading cause of home fires in the U.S.
Each year fires that start in electrical systems or lighting equipment:
In addition, the Consumer Product Safety Commission estimates that 50 people die every year from accidental electrocutions involving residential wiring, panel boards, circuit breakers, and outlets. Another 40 electrocutions each year involve household appliances that are connected to the wiring of homes.
By having a thorough electrical inspection completed by a qualified electrician before buying, selling, or remodeling a home, you can help ensure your home's electrical system operates at the highest level of safety possible.
Download a report on aged wiring in older homes
The Fire Protection Research Foundation has issued a first-of-its-kind report to look within and "behind the walls" to assess the electrical risks and hazards present in many older homes in the United States.
For additional common electrical hazards and what you can do click here: https://www.safewise.com/home-security-faq/common-electrical-hazards