Del Cerro Electrician
Why should you choose Point Loma Electric as your Del Cerro electrician? There are many reasons, but here’s a few our clients find most beneficial:
- We’re licensed and insured
- We’re experienced and professional
- We offer a 100% Satisfaction Guarantee
- We provide both residential and commercial electrical repairs, installation, and upgrade services
- We specialize in electrical service and upgrades for older homes in Del Cerro, CA
- We CARE about our customers
- We always look out for your safety
To learn more about why you should choose Point Loma Electric to be you electrician in Del Cerro, CA give us a call at 619-224-0672. We’ll be happy to earn your business! We look forward to speaking with you – Owners, Jim and Jamie Dent
Del Cerro Electrical Repairs
When it comes to electrical repairs, always make certain the contractor you hire is licensed and insured to work in Del Cerro, CA. At Point Loma Electric we are licensed and insured, meaning you are not liable for any injuries or accidents that may occur during your project. If you hire an unlicensed and uninsured contractor, however, you are accountable for all costs related to damages, injury, etc. Play it safe – and ensure quality results – by hiring licensed Del Cerro electrical repairs contractors from Point Loma Electric today!
Del Cerro Lighting Installation
With fair pricing and years of experience in the business, it’s no wonder Point Loma Electric is often chosen for Del Cerro lighting installation projects. With our extensive experience installing all varieties of lighting – including parking lot lights, landscaping lighting, recessed lighting, and other types of interior lighting – you can rest assured your project will be done correctly and to the highest level of workmanship. Call us at 619-224-0672 to learn more about our lighting installation work or our many other electrical services in Del Cerro, CA.
See What Del Cerro Homeowners Are Saying About Us:
Rated 5/5 based on 3 reviews
Justin arrived on time (electr ...
Justin arrived on time (electrician). He had his tools, ready to work. He knew how to do a complicated job.
Point Loma Electric helped me ...
Point Loma Electric helped me out! I don’t recall the person’s name, younger guy, but he was very nice and knew his stuff well.My exterior light on my porch was out for several weeks. I had a neighbor, who was a somewhat experience maintenance person try to help. He spent a few hours trying breakers, outlets, etc and could find the root cause of the problem.I called Pt Loma electric and the lady I spoke with was very helpful in explaining their process. My concern was that it would take their people just as long to diagnose the problem, and charge me by the hour. Not the case, they charge per call/visit, whether it takes them 5 mins, or 3 hours. He found the problem in one of my outlets and was able to make the fix within 45 mins and was gone.I also received a discount for telling them I found them on Yelp! I though the least I could do was write a nice review. Thanks!
Jim is a great guy and an hone ...
Jim is a great guy and an honest electrician. If you want straight talk, this is your man. No sugar coating. If you want someone who will get down and dirty, Jim is the guy for you. He did such a great job on some electrical work that we had him back several times to do more.Did I mention that he got on the phone with our insurance coverage and argued with them on our behalf? Yeah, he’s THAT cool.
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