Bay Park Electrician
Point Loma Electric is a professional Bay Park electrician with years of experience providing residential and commercial electrical services in Bay Park, CA. Our licensed Bay Park electrical contractors have are efficient and professional in the field, and we specialize in electrical services and upgrades for older homes in the Bay Park, CA area. Whether you are interested in rewiring your old home, need some repairs done, or are looking into the installation of landscape lighting, an EV charging station, or some other type of electrical equipment, Point Loma Electric would be delighted to be your electrician in Bay Park, CA.
Bay Park Electrical Repairs
At Point Loma Electric we know that every customer in Bay Park, CA that calls us has different electrical repair needs. That’s why we take the time to listen to our customers and thoroughly diagnose the problem. We don’t have “cookie cutter” solutions, because we know your needs are different from others. Our Bay Park electrical repairs team will provide you with personalized service and address your unique needs efficiently.
Bay Park Lighting Installation
While we aren’t the type of Bay Park electrician to claim to be the cheapest, we do take pride in our fair pricing. You can rest assured at Point Loma Electric we always put our customers first, too, taking our 100% satisfaction guarantee very seriously. So whether you call us for a Bay Park lighting installation project, a commercial electrical repairs need, or any other type of electrical service we offer, you can rely on Point Loma Electric to come through for you.
See What Bay Park Homeowners Are Saying About Us:
Rated 5/5 based on 3 reviews
James Dent the owner of Point ...
James Dent the owner of Point Loma Electric completed an extensive and very difficult job of adding four new circuit breakers to an upstairs studio which required running wires through walls and an attic and connecting them to several outlets. The job was made even more difficult because the studio is on the second floor and the attic is small and cramped and is very difficult to move around in. Member Comments: James did an outstanding job and we are very pleased with his work and professionalism. He suggested several ways for the work to be accomplished and is an extremely knowledgeable electrician. He was always on time, neat, cheerful and professional in every way. He patched all the holes that needed to be made in order to accomplish the work and thoroughly cleaned up everything when he was done each day. He is by far the best in price and workmanship of any electrician I have ever hired and I would not hesitate to hire him again for any and all electrical work and I highly recommend him and his company Point Loma Electric.
Jim is top-notch. If you are ...
Jim is top-notch. If you are looking for the cheapest guy (as Jim warned me), this isn’t who to call. If you want the job done right the first time, then this is your guy. I had him add a couple of electrical outlets and run speaker wire through drywall for my home theatre system. Not only did he do a great job on the wiring and finished in a day, I came home to find my flat-panel TV mount mounted for me without even asking.
The job went perfectly. Don w ...
The job went perfectly. Don was fantastic. They did what they were supposed to do. They did it when they said they would. It cost what they said it would cost. They were punctual. They were neat. They solved all the problems. We have used Point Loma Electric in the past and would not hesitate to use them again, or to recommend them to others!
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