When was the last time that you had your electrical service inspected at your Durham, NC, home or business? The team at Bolton Construction and Service can provide you with a wide range of electrical services, including maintenance and inspection services. These inspections can help to find problems before they affect your overall system and building. From old wiring that should be replaced to handling various electrical gremlins that could lead to breakers tripping and even electrical fires. Contact us today for all of your electrical service needs for home and business.
Electrical repairs can come in a variety of flavors. It might be as simple as diagnosing why light bulbs are burning out quickly in a fixture in your home, or it might be as complex as figuring out the wiring setup for multiple circuit breakers that are tripping at your commercial warehouse. No matter the size of your issue, our electricians will work to diagnose the issue and make the necessary repairs to not only fix the problem but also prevent it from happening in the future. This might include updating the wiring in certain parts of the building, replacing the fixtures that are causing problems with better build versions, or whatever else it takes to cure the issues.
Having the right electrical contractor can make all the difference when working on your home or business in Durham, NC. The right electrician will have the ability to pull in the necessary resources to get your project completed on time and on budget. Bolton Construction and Service has been a preferred electrical contractor for decades, and in that time we have earned a solid reputation that you can trust. Contact us today to learn how we can make your next project go smoothly.
A railway depot was established in 1849 on land donated by Bartlett S. Durham, the namesake of the city. As Durham Station’s population rapidly increased, the station became a town and was incorporated by an act of the North Carolina General Assembly, on April 10, 1869. The rapid growth and prosperity of the Bull Durham Tobacco Company, and Washington Duke’s W. Duke & Sons Tobacco Company, resulted in the rapid growth of the city of Durham. In the early 1910s, the Federal Government forced a breakup of the Duke’s business under the antitrust laws.