Many DIYers think they can take care of any repair, maintenance or home-improvement project around their own house. Broken toilet? No problem. Paint the bedroom? Nothing to it. Build a deck? Piece of cake. They think they’ll just save the money and handle it themselves, whether they’re actually good at doing those things or not.
Home handymen and -women often claim to possess expertise in all areas of the home … except for one. Electrical work. There’s a good possibility that, depending on your age, images of Tom & Jerry, The Simpsons or SpongeBob SquarePants characters being electrocuted flash through your mind when you take off that outlet cover. Smart DIYers know the wise thing to do in this situation is call the professional first.
Meet Marcus Chavez, electrician and owner of Electric Express. Marcus is a native Nebraskan, born and raised in Omaha. He completed an apprenticeship and is state-licensed, boasting years of experience in the electrical industry. A former Omaha Public Power District employee, he went into independent electrical contracting and founded Electric Express when Fort Calhoun Nuclear Station closed.
Electric Express offers both residential and commercial services, so whether you have a new electrical application need, want a custom lighting installation done or yep, have to have that broken outlet repaired, the company can handle the job. Did you buy an historical house that has to be retrofitted? Open a new-to-you business office that needs upgraded meters and panels or faulty wiring repaired? Marcus can do all that. He’ll even handle home-inspection checklists, landscape lighting, emergency services, and home or commercial remodels.
You won’t see cartoon character electrical accidents flashing before your eyes anymore. Marcus knows what he’s doing and he’s a family man—he wants to make your home or business safe and get back to his own home, scorch free. Trust the pro.
To learn more, discuss a project or schedule a service, contact:
Marcus Chavez, Electrician/Business Owner
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