Baltimore, MD, May 16, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- After years in the northern suburb of Dundalk, Trouble Shooter Electric, Inc. has moved to the city of Baltimore to provide more convenient electrical service to customers. Previously located on German Hill Road in Dundalk, the family-owned master electrician team now resides at 6515 O’Donnell Street in the Medford neighborhood, putting the company within easy reach of local homes and commercial properties throughout the greater Baltimore metro.
William Hopka, owner of Trouble Shooter Electric, Inc., comments that the recent relocation is an effective way to maximize response times for his local electrician service: “By being in closer proximity to our customer base, we can spend less time driving and more time getting work done for Baltimore-area residents and commercial establishments. It’s important to us that we provide a reasonable turnaround time on our routine and emergency electrical services. This new centralized home base allows us to meet that goal for electrical projects large and small."
First opened in 1998, Trouble Shooter Electric, Inc. is fully licensed and insured to handle a wide range of electrical contractor work in Baltimore City, Baltimore County, and Anne Arundel County. The company’s change of address does not alter in any way the extensive array of services offered by these residential and commercial electricians. The local electricians are still available to help customers with projects from panel upgrades and ceiling fan install jobs to swimming pool wiring and much more.
With its relocation into the city of Baltimore, the company’s professional electrical services are now closer than ever.
Now based in Baltimore, Trouble Shooter Electric, Inc. is a BBB-accredited electrical contractor with more than 38 years of hands-on experience. Specializing in both commercial and residential electrician services, they offer affordable rates, free estimates, and extensive warranties. They are also available 24/7 for emergency service from a licensed electrician.