Yes, we are open! We have implemented additional sanitary procedures and precautions for our field staff and in our office to ensure both the safety of our employees and clients.
We have been very proud to serve the central Wisconsin area for almost 20 years and as a small business we know we are nothing without our amazing employees and clients. We thank you in advance for your continued support during this time.
As a reminder, visit the Help page on our website for videos on how to fix minor electrical issues that may arise, especially as you spend more time at home. We also did a virtual campaign for National Electrical Safety Month and all of those safety videos can be found here. We wish you all good health!
A message from the owner, Dan Langhoff:
This video was filmed as part of the Ready, Let’s Grow! campaign for the Wausau Chamber of Commerce. Our office building has since reopened, however, social distancing and other sanitation procedures are still observed.
We were recently named a finalist in the Best of Marathon County 2020 awards in the Electrician category. We are truly honored as this award is voted on by you! Thank you to everyone who voted. As a local business, we truly appreciate your support!
November’s Featured Service: Smart Smoke Detectors
We just had daylight savings time and with that comes the reminders to check your smoke alarms. But how many of us actually do? Statistics show only 1 out of 10 people follow the rules.
The problem with this is you usually don’t realize how important smoke alarms are until after you need them. And with 2/3 of fire deaths occurring in homes with missing or non-functioning smoke alarms, it really is something that could save you and your family’s lives.
But knowing that statistic alone is probably not enough to keep “check smoke alarms” on your to-do list, at least not for the long-term, and that is why smart smoke detectors are such an amazing product and something you should consider investing in.
For more information, read our blog post Smart Home Spotlight: Smoke Detectors, call 715-432-1227 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.