Evergreen State Opens a New Electrical Services Division
We are offering residential electrical services to our customers!
2018 was a busy year opening our new store in Bellevue, Evergreen Eastside Heat & AC, and in 2019 we are proud to open a whole new division Evergreen State Electrical Services!
We have hired two electricians, Jarod and Jake, to perform this work. We are now doing our own wiring for heat pumps and air conditioners internally instead of subcontracting to other electrical contractors. Plus, we are offering other residential electrical services to our customers.
Some of the services we are now able to provide are:
- Fuse Box Upgrades
- Electric Breaker Panel Replacement
- Generators (local or whole home)
- Lighting (indoor or outdoor)
- Circuits, Outlets & Switches
- Smoke Detectors
- Attic Fans
- Electric Maintenance & Hazard Inspection
This new company, while based in our Everett headquarters, will serve both the Eastside and Snohomish County markets. We can be reached by contacting either store to schedule an appointment.
For more about the new branch take a look at their new web page eselectricalservices.com On this website will be bios of our two new electricians as well as more information about the new company.
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"This is my 2nd ductless system and I know how hard it is to find someone who knows the technology or even what to expect in heating ones home. After 8 bids on this current system it became obvious that Leslie, Evergreen States heating consultant/sales person, knew her product, cared about what the customer needs and wants were and could offer various options and considerations. For example: the only representative explaining that the electrician could replace some existing breakers with smaller ones in the older panel so as not having to give up existing electric wall units for backup heat. Same product as other bids but she knew various current Mfg. discounts which varied between available models. The quoted cost was on the lower end of all 8 bids. The actual install was smooth with no issues. There was no push for up-front payments or immediate full payment. They handled all the permit applications and pud rebate paperwork. System has worked perfect from the start and after a month there have been no problems."
Ductless Heat Pump in Everett, WA
HVAC System:Mitsubishi Ductless
Gary C. of Everett, WA, WA