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-Flat Screen TV Installation
-Circuit Breaker Panels
-Service Calls
-Generators & Switches
-New Switches & Outlets
-Hardwired Smoke Detectors 120 volt
-Consultation & Design
-Receptacles, Interior/Exterior
-Update House Wiring
-Ground Fault Receptacles

-New Housing
-Room Additions



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  Contractors we work with...  
 The Lamp Repair Shop 207-799-9159
  Symphony Construction 
  Rainbow Construction 

 New England Hi Fi

 MJM Builders

LP Murray

 Leddy Houser Associates  
 CSI Builders

 Coles Appliance 207-883-5816

  Chad Little Power Equipment  

Companies we work with...


Troiano Waste Services 767-2070


 Done Right         Insulation 400-2008

 Cape Elizabeth, Maine  

-Air Conditioners
-Hot Tubs
-Cable TV/Phone & Internet Lines

-Recessed Lighting
-Under-Cabinet Lights
-Outside Spots
-Post Lights
-Fixture Changes
-Bath Fans/Lights
-Landscape Lighting
-Paddle Fans


Simple Lighting Upgrade

1. Visit The House of Lights in Scarborough, Maine.
2. Select your new chandelier, vanity lights, whatever you wish.
3. Please feel free to put your order on our account and enjoy a discount when paying at the time of purchase.
4. Call us to schedule installation of your new fixtures. *Plan ahead around the holidays.

The House of Lights


Bowdler Electric Inc. and the American Red Cross share these tips
for what to do -- and what not to do -- in case of a power outage.
Think Ahead & Have On Hand:
Flashlight(s). Due to risk of fire, don't use candles during a power outage.
Portable radio.
Batteries for flashlights and radio.
At least one gallon of water.
A small supply of food that doesn't require refrigeration.
Using a Generator:
If you don't already own a generator and are considering buying one,
get advice from an certified electrical professional. Make sure the
generator is listed with Underwriter's Laboratories or a similar organization. Some municipalities, Air Quality Districts, or states have "air quality permit"
requirements. A certified electrician can provide more information.
Always keep an operating generator outdoors -- never operate inside,
including in your basement, garage or storage shed.  


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