When you want a reliable, honest electrician who charges a fair price and does the work right the first time, you want Fielack Electric and our “Done Once, Done Right” warranty!
By choosing to work with our Nassau County and Suffolk County licensed electricians, you will be taking the first step toward building a quality relationship with a company you can trust to treat you right. That can give you peace of mind in your home or business and help you feel good about the electrical work you are having completed. If you have questions, feel free to reach out to us. We can provide you with answers, do an electrical survey of your location, or give you an estimate of the work you want done, so you can see our competitive pricing and make an informed decision.
For more than 30 years, Fielack Electric, a leading Suffolk electrician, has been providing top-quality residential and commercial electrical services. From breaker and fuse box installations to basic service and repair, we do it all. All of the work we provide is backed by our “Done Once, Done Right” guarantee. Should anything go wrong, all parts and labor are covered absolutely for free for one full year. Our guarantee is a true testament to our commitment to our clients.
Fielack Electric is a full-scale Suffolk electrician. Our master electricians are fully certified to provide both residential and commercial electrical repairs and installations. Whether you’re a homeowner who wants to upgrade your electrical system or install new lighting, or you’re a business owner that’s in need of data lines or security lighting, our team has got you covered.
We use the most advanced tools, state-of-the-art technologies, and proven strategies to deliver fast, efficient, and reliable results. Our services include, but are not limited to:
No matter what type of electrical service you require, you can count on our extensively trained and highly experienced technicians to deliver the safest and most reliable results.
We know that there are a lot of Suffolk residential electricians to choose from, which is why at Fielack Electric, we strive to not only meet the needs of our clients but exceed them. We are committed to providing top-quality results and dedicated to offering exceptional customer care.
As soon as you contact us and let us know what type of electrical service you’re in need of, we’ll head out to your location. Because we know how valuable your time is to you, we always arrive when we say we’re going to; you’ll never have to stand around waiting for us. That’s not something that can be said about other commercial electricians, who are notorious for quoting large time windows for service and not showing up until the very last second, or past the time they said they’d be there.
Our technicians bring all necessary equipment with them, so they can get to work right away. They’ll perform a thorough assessment to determine the best and most cost effective solution. Before we proceed, we’ll let you know exactly what we’re going to do and provide you with an accurate written estimate so you’re not taken by surprise with an unexpected bill.
We’ll work as quickly as possible so you can get back to your normal routine, yet we pay keen attention to detail and will never overlook protocols just to get the job done. When our team services your electrical needs, you can have peace of mind knowing that you’ll receive the safest, most dependable results possible.
After we’ve completed the job, should anything go wrong, our “Done Once, Done Right” guarantee will cover you for a full year. Just contact us and we’ll send a technician to your location to assess and repair the problem. All parts and labor will be completely covered, so there’s no extra cost to you.
What makes us one of Suffolk’s most reliable electricians? It’s our reputation of excellence. Since our company was founded more than 30 years ago, we have successfully completed more than 58,000 installations; we think that’s pretty impressive. We’re fully licensed, insured, and bonded; and, we’re also fully accredited with the Better Business Bureau (A+ Rating). We’ve also received the Angie’s List Super Service Award four consecutive years in a row (2014-2018).
With that kind of credentials, it’s easy to see why so many Suffolk County homeowners and business owners count on us for all of their electrical needs. We’re completely committed to each and every client we serve and charge the fairest prices possible. When you entrust us with your residential or commercial electrical needs, you can be sure that you will get the quality that you expect at a price that you can afford; and, if anything does go wrong, you can feel confident knowing that you’re fully backed by our guarantee.
Our commitment to providing top-quality results is why you should consider us for all of your Selden, NY electrical installation and repair needs.
Selden is a hamlet in the Town of Brookhaven in Suffolk County, New York, United States. The population was 19,851 at the 2010 census.
The farmers who first moved to what is now Selden in the mid-18th century referred to the area as “Westfield” (or sometimes as Westfields). One of the better known early residents was Captain Daniel Roe (1740-1820), who fought in the French and Indian War and served as a captain in the Revolutionary War, and for whom Captain Daniel Roe Highway is named. Roe built a house in Selden along Middle Country Road before the Revolutionary War. Roe is buried in a small family cemetery south of Middle Country Road behind the Old Westfield shopping center.From The Diary of Captain Daniel Roe, 1806-08 (1904), caption reads: “School house near home of Capt. Daniel Roe. Near the tree, at the right, tradition says the Tory Captain Richard Miller fell from his horse in 1776.”
Roe sided with the Patriots in the lead-up to the Revolutionary War. In the fall of 1776, Roe was assigned to lead a raid against the Tory and Hessian detachment near Selden led by his cousin Richard Miller. Miller was a wanted man, and Roe himself had pledged 10 pounds of the bounty offered for Miller’s capture. When Miller rode right by Roe’s house in uniform, he was confronted by Roe’s men and ordered to dismount. Instead, Miller fired his pistol and turned to flee, whereupon he was shot by the militiamen. Miller was then carried into Roe’s house, where he died.
A school district for the Westfield area was first created in 1815, carved out of the districts for New Village (now Centereach) and Coram. Originally named District 25, it was renumbered as District 12 in 1842, which it remained until the formation of the Middle Country Central School District in 1957.Learn more about Selden.
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