welcome to Electric City Corporation, Your Minneapolis & St. Paul Area Electrician
Over 120 years of experience amongst our employees, Electric City Corporation has been servicing over 30 Active Remodeling Contractors, 20 Active New Home Builders, as well as hundreds of Home Owners, General Contractors and Commercial Clients. No job is too small. We also work with HVAC Companies to wire furnaces, air conditioners, water heaters, boilers, roof top units, and State and Federally funded rehab projects.
Benefits of Working With Electric City Corporation
- Communication - We start by listening to what you want and what you need.
- Cost Effective Service & Installation - We continually look for ways to save money and add value with high quality and long lasting electrical service.
- Established - Our Team of Professionals have Lead Certification & Workers and Company RRP (Renovation, Repair and Painting) Certification
- Top Brands - Cutler Hammer Electrical Panels, Halo Recessed Cans, Pass & Seymour Wiring Devices
Residential Electrical Repairs
Our Minneapolis & St. Paul Area residential electrical service experts are master electricians, experienced and knowledgeable in keeping up with the current electrical code standards. [...]
Electrical Safety Inspections
Our expert Minneapolis & St. Paul Area electricians can provide a thorough electrical safety code inspection and alert you to any safety hazards or electrical code violations. [...]
We will do all your electrical work with personal attention to guarantee an excellent job for your Minneapolis & St. Paul Area home or business. [...]
Aluminum Wiring Replacement
People usually encounter aluminum wiring when they move into a Minneapolis house. [...]
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