It never fails, whenever you plug in your toaster and try to make some toast in the mornings, the circuit breaker trips in your Garner, NC, home. Clearly, there is a need for some electrical repair to your home’s electrical system, and placing a call to Bolton Construction and Service is the right move. From breaker issues at your home to flickering lights or switches and outlets that shock you when you touch them and a host of other issues, our experienced team can handle any electrical repairs that you might have at home or your commercial business. Contact us today when you need electrical repairs of any nature.
It is important that you keep your electrical system working properly, and this is even more important when you are adding different significant electrical devices or networks to your home or business. Many homes and businesses opt to add a backup generator so that they have power for key systems and devices should the main power go out. This requires a skilled electrician to properly wire up the generator to the building’s current electrical grid. The same is true when adding solar panels to a building’s electrical grid system, and things can become more complicated when electrical storage batteries are added to the system as well. Getting skilled electrical service is important in these circumstances to prevent issues down the road.
An electrical contractor who has decades of experience in Garner, NC, has a reputation for getting the job done right and for supporting their customers. That electrical contractor is Bolton Construction and Service, and they have been in business for more than 90 years. Our electricians are well versed in both residential and commercial electrical systems, and they are ready to help with your projects. Contact us today.
In the 1850s, the North Carolina Railroad was built, and before the 1870s, a wood-and-water stop was established in present-day downtown Garner. The community of Garner’s Station received a post office in 1878 and was incorporated in 1883, but the community had its charter repealed in 1891. In 1905, the charter was reinstated as the Town of Garner. In 1912, the telephone came to Garner. The town is off of US 70, which in 1917 became the first paved highway to be built in North Carolina.