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Delaware Electrical Contractors

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Electrical Contractors in Delaware
Rate and review Delaware electricians.

City Electric Contracting Company
204 Channel Rd, Wilmington, Delaware 19809

Conductive Electrical Contracting, LLC
An independent electrical contractor and licensed electrician serving residents in Delaware, Maryland, and PA.
59 Elwood Dr, Smyrna, Delaware 19977

Delcollo Electric --› Quick Tips
Delaware electrical contractors
226 Brookside Dr, Boxwood Industrial Park, Wilmington, DE 19804

Electrical Solutions
We are a full service electrical contractor with over 20 years of residential and commercial experience.
2507 Old Milltown Rd, Wilmington, Delaware 19808

Independent Electrical Services, LLC
We are fully licensed and insured and provide electrical services to both residential and commercial customers.
26 Rolling Rd, Claymont, Delaware 19703


Jos. Frederick & Sons
810 Stanton Rd, Wilmington, Delaware 19804

Lattanzio Electrical Contracting
Quality electrical work at affordable rates, guaranteed.
P.O. Box 1206, Hockessin, Delaware 19707

Martin Electrical Construction
We are a family owned and operated business serving northern Delaware
2606 Baxter Dr, Wilmington, Delaware 19808

Nickle Electrical Companies of Newark
Discover the Power of Quality.
Voted Best in Business 2008 by the News Journal.

14 Mill Park Court, Newark, DE 19713


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Kent County

Sound Improvements
Full Service Delaware Electrician
22035 Zoar Road, Georgetown, DE 19947

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Sussex County

Paul Arpie Construction
Serving Coastal Resorts and all of Sussex County
Rt 12, Box 430, Millsboro, Delaware 19966

The Wire Nut
8595 Hearns Pond Rd, Seaford, DE 19973

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Electrical Advice from the Experts

What causes the lights in your home to dim?

If your lights dim when an appliance comes on, check to see if the lights are on the same circuit with the appliance. Most fixed appliances should be on a dedicated circuit back to the main panel. These devices draw a a lot of current

If all the lights in your house dim all the time or periodically, the problem could be the service feed coming into your home. This is one of the first things you might want to have checked. Your lights could dim if the wiring in your home is not large enough to carry the current of today's modern appliances. If the lights in your house dim and get bright it could be a loose, broken or corroded neutral wire.

About the Author: Dan Delcollo, is the president and founder of Delcollo Electric Inc. which was established in 1975. Mr. Delcollo hold a Master electricians license in Delaware and Maryland. If you need assistance please call Delcollo Electric 994-3400 ext 107. This will take you right to an electrician who can answer your questions and assist you in scheduling a service call or an estimator.

Please visit our website at www.WiredRight.com or www.delcollo.com


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