School Electrical Contractor in Houston, TX

As learning centers and hubs of our future, schools need to be able to support the right kind of electrical infrastructure/service that both parents and teachers can rely on. Not having the right kind of electrical service can not only cost hours of distraction because the Air Conditioner is not working right, but might also become a treat to the safety and wellbeing of the kids due to electrical fires. Not being in compliance with the latest updates in the national electrical code can cost the school hours of tedious work and might hurt the school district in the long run.

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Elementary and Highschool Electrical Contractor in Houston, Texas

The number one School Electrical Contractor in Houston

Whether is simple electrical wiring, electrical generator installation, emergency back up, or even stolen copper repair, Power Quality Service can help you with all your school-related electrical needs. Why should you hire an uncertified electrician when you can get a state recognized master electrical contractor to work on your project and ensure that you will get not only in strict compliance with the national electric code but also peace of mind with quality power services.

Juan G Lara is our chief master electrician and will be personally inspecting all electrical contracting job that your elementary, highschool, or teaching center needs. We focus on delivering quality electrical services and we are sure that you will be more than satisfied with our work. Give us a call today and see why we are the number one commercial school electrical contractor in Houston, Texas.

We work on electrical contractor jobs for the Houston Galleria area, the Woodlands, Sugarland, and more. Give us a call today.

5 Responses to School Electrical Contractor in Houston, TX

  • Agent 47 says:

    I am speaking labor and everything.The house is 1164 sq foot in the event that matters whatsoever.

  • Travoiz says:

    I simply discovered that my compressor has gone out on my small outdoors ac unit–what’s the best make of ac to purchase?

  • addmeonxbox360myuserisfallior says:

    My spouse and i inherited a sizable window unit ac from the relative who lately died. Regrettably, it’s too large to have the ability to put on the only real window we’ve within our apartment, and regrettably the apartment does not have ac, only heating.

    Can there be a method to still have the ability to make use of the unit, placing it somewhere inside?

    This really is a new challenge to the two of us, and do not get sound advice.

  • Kevin says:

    Could it be okay to plug an ac right into a energy strip? I’ve one plug under my desk that utilizes a energy strip which my computer runs from. Could it be okay that i can add an ac for this strip? I have heard that air conditioning units aren’t said to be in energy strips however i don’t have any alternative choice.


    Just help everybody. Appears like it isn’t happening the energy strip.

  • JackReynolds says:

    Wish to reduce the amount of accounts and repair charges that include them.

    There’s presently a 30amp, a 100amp and 2 400amp services for that building but we do not need that type of capacity. We’re using typically 34,000kWh monthly or no more than 48,000kWh. Any clues?

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Houston's Commercial Electrical Contractor, TSCL# 18493, TECL# 26699,
Master Electrician, Certified.

2429 Bissonnet, Ste. 427
Houston, Texas 77005 US
Master Electrical Services By Juan Lara