Twin Oaks Electric, LLC
Twin Oaks Electric is a family owned & operated company in Bennington, NH. We service all of your residential and commercial electrical needs in Southern New Hampshire.Veteran OwnedMaster Electrician License: #15016
I am a licensed master electrician and a veteran of the Army with 23 years of service. My family and I settled in Bennington, NH after I left the army in 2008. After several years of working for other companies as an electrician, I decided to start Twin Oaks Electric in 2020, serving Southern New Hampshire as a residential & commercial electrician.I provide quality electrical work for residential and commercial properties. I love what I do and enjoy helping people with their electrical needs. Whether you need a new electrical panel installed or simply need some repairs, we are here to help. I take pride in our work and always put customers first.I pride myself in my work, completing work on-time, cleaning up after myself, and not wasting time or money. When I arrive to do a job, all of the parts I need to complete the job are in my truck. That way I am not wasting time on trips to the hardware store.When you hire me, you will get a honest day's work for an honest and fair rate.Now that my daughter Sarah has decided to join me, we really are a family business. I get to teach her how to safely and properly service our customers.Give us a call, you will not be disappointed. (603) 305-8412
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Twin Oaks Electric, LLC
671 N. Bennington Rd
Bennington, NH 03442
Joe@twinoakselectricnh.comHours of Operation:
Monday through Friday: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Residential Electrician Serving Southern New Hampshire
Electricians will always be needed as long as the world runs on electricity. Your home is no different. Residential electricians install, maintain, inspect, and repair wiring and electrical systems in residences, single-family homes, and small apartment buildings. Electrical workers travel each day to a job site, which may be a new construction site or a residential property. Depending on the size of the job, they may work alone or in teams. Depending on the nature of the job, it may involve installing new wiring and components or working on existing or older ones.Residential electrical services include:
Electrical wiring, control systems, and lighting should be installed, maintained, and repaired
Upgrading outdated or damaged the electrical panels
Troubleshoot electrical problems
Importance of Hiring a Licensed Residential Electrician
The work of an electrician involves some safety risks, and electricians suffer more injuries than the average worker. There is always the risk of electric shock, falls, fires, and injuries associated with tools and equipment, as well as simply being on a construction site as a residential electrician. Risks can be reduced by using safety gear and being trained to work safely.Each state, and even some municipalities, has set requirements for how electricians are trained and licensed. These may vary but are similar. Generally, residential electricians must be licensed through the state and have a certain number of hours of classroom learning and on-the-job training and work experience. It takes years of experience and high competence to become a Master Electrician. .
Master Residential Electrician at Twin Oaks Electric
Twin Oaks Electric can handle everything from your basic residential electrical needs of replacing fuses or adding electrical outlets to complex needs like sub panels or wiring for a new addition.Here are some of the electrical devices we can install or service:
Indoor & Outdoor Lighting
New House Wiring
Complete and Partial Renovations
Main Panel Upgrades
Sub Panel Installation
Smoke Detector Installation
Kitchen & Bath Upgrades
Troubleshooting of electrical problems
Get the electricity flowing at your house by contacting us today and feel secure that you are in the hands of a master electrician.
Commercial Electrician Serving Southern New Hampshire
Commercial electricians specialize in wiring and electrical systems in commercial buildings rather than residential buildings. Large buildings such as shopping malls, office buildings, restaurants, government buildings, and high rises require these electricians to work with bigger systems.Electrical systems in commercial buildings are installed, maintained, inspected, and repaired by commercial electricians. A non-residential building is one that is not used as a residence, so it is generally larger than a residential building.A commercial electrician's priority is to ensure that their clients' businesses are not disrupted by electrical problems.
Importance of Hiring a Licensed Commercial Electrician
Commercial electrical work can also be dangerous, with the risk of shocks, fires and injury from tools and equipment. Using safety gear and following safety regulations can reduce these risks.Most states have separate licensing for commercial and residential electricians. This is because the wiring and power used in commercial settings are different. Power to residential settings is one-phase, while power to commercial buildings is three-phase. Electricians working on commercial wiring need to be trained to be able to work with these important differences.As with any type of electrician, to become a commercial electrician you will need to have a certain number of hours of classroom learning and on-the-job training and work experience. An apprenticeship program can provide all of these required hours. Some programs will include training for both residential and commercial work, while others keep them separate. If you want to become a commercial electrician you will need to have a certain number of hours of work experience, depending on your state, in a commercial setting.
Wiring and installing electrical components, such as switches and lights
Ensure all electrical systems are safe, working and up to code by inspecting them
Troubleshooting wiring or electrical components
Technical drawings: reading and using
New construction electrical systems planning
Wiring and electrical systems should follow state, local, and national guidelines
Training apprentices and leading electrician teams
Get the electricity flowing at your business by contacting us today and feel secure that you are in the hands of a master electrician.
Emergency Electrician Serving Southern New Hampshire
You shouldn't notice the electricity in our homes. When you flip the switch, the lights should come on. The problem is when we realize something is wrong with the electricity in our house. . No matter what the problem is, it is better to call an electrician and be safe, rather than sorryHere are some typical reasons to call an emergency electrician:
Sparks plugging things into outlets
Burning smells or smoke
Circuit breakers keep tripping
Warm/Hot electrical outlets
Your home should be your sanctuary. Yet many accidents happen at home--most of which are preventable.If you suspect there is a problem with your electricity, contact us today and feel secure that you are in the hands of a master electrician.
Southern New Hampshire Electrician - Service Area
Located in the northeastern United States, New Hampshire is part of the New England region. To the south, it is bordered by Massachusetts, to the west by Vermont, to the east by Maine, and to the north by Quebec.Fun Facts about New Hampshire:
As a state, New Hampshire ranks fifth in terms of area
The state of New Hampshire is the tenth least populous in the nation
Manchester is the state's largest city, while Concord is the state's capital.
As a result of its role in the American Revolutionary War, New Hampshire's motto is "Live Free or Die.".
Its granite formations and quarries earned it the nickname, "The Granite State.".
In the U.S. presidential election cycle, New Hampshire holds the first primary (after Iowa caucuses) and has a great deal of influence over American electoral politics.
In addition to not having an income tax, New Hampshire also does not tax sales, capital gains, or inheritance; thus, it has the second lowest tax burden in the country.
In January 1776, New Hampshire became the first of the British North American colonies to establish an independent government and state constitution; six months later, it signed the Declaration of Independence and contributed troops, ships, and supplies to the war against Britain.
The state of New Hampshire became the ninth state to ratify the Constitution, bringing that document into effect.
Hillsborough was one of the five original counties established in 1769 in New Hampshire. With a population of 422,937 in the 2020 census, Hillsborough County is the most populous county in New Hampshire. This represents almost one third of the entire population of New Hampshire. Northern New England's most populous and densest county is Hillsborough. Bennington, NH, home of Twin Oaks Electric is located in Hillsborough county.
Here are some things to do in Southern New Hampshire: