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Artisan Electric launches MonticelloElectric.Com

December 14th, 2010 No comments

2010 has been a banner year for us marked by some signification changes in how we do business and interact with our clients.  Despite the soft economy and all the doom and gloom coming out of Washington we have had a considerable amount of growth this year.

Looking forward into 2011 we are pleased to roll out the next phase of our targeted web development plan – MonticelloElectric.Com. This web site will be a mini version of our standard site with a focus on the unique skills we can bring to the Monticello market.

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Here are just a few of the things we can do for our Monticello Clients:

  • Historic re-wires
  • Service upgrades
  • Boat Dock electrical systems
  • Boat lift motor service
  • Pump motor service
  • Home theater and audio distribution
  • Computer networks
  • TV Cable / HD antenna systems
  • Deck and Landscape lighting
  • Custom kitchen and bathroom projects
  • Those “unique” and “difficult” projects
  • Commercial business service and fit-outs

Artisan Electric – “doing the right things, the right way, period”

Electrical Tip of the Day – Fall outdoor light fixture maintenance

October 13th, 2010 No comments

Its that time of year again and (gasp) bad weather will be upon us soon.  This weeks tip is a simple one… it will save you a bundle to deal with outdoor light fixture repairs before the snow flies and things freeze… in some case, like in ground landscape lighting, if a problem occurs after it has hard frozen for the winter we have little choice but to put the repair work off until spring thaw

In other areas, like commercial parking lot lights, wall packs, those pesky motion detector sensor lights – getting fresh lamps in and checking out the systems before winter is money well spent.  Things break when it gets cold, and planning for bucket truck / large ladder use during those bad winter months will always cost more then doing the same work during favorable weather.

And of course – PLANNED maintenance is always more cost effective then emergency or unplanned repair work!