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Welcome to Fielack Electric, the premier provider of state-of-the-art security lighting solutions in Wyandanch, NY. As experts in home security, we understand the critical role that security lighting plays in safeguarding your property from unauthorized access. Our mission is to empower homeowners like you with innovative and tailored security lighting systems that create an impenetrable fortress around your home.
Security lighting is not just about illumination; it is a powerful deterrent that sends a clear message to potential intruders: your home is protected. By strategically placing well-designed security lights, we increase visibility and eliminate hiding spots, making your property less attractive to criminals. Our customized security lighting solutions are designed to fit seamlessly with the unique layout and architectural features of your home, enhancing both its security and aesthetic appeal.
At Fielack Electric, we take pride in our meticulous approach to designing and installing security lighting systems. Our team of experienced professionals conducts a thorough assessment of your property, taking into account the surrounding environment and specific vulnerabilities. With our deep knowledge of Suffolk County’s security landscape, we craft a tailored lighting plan that addresses your unique needs and provides optimal protection.
Don’t leave the safety of your home to chance. Let Fielack Electric illuminate your fortress and enjoy the peace of mind that comes with effective security lighting.
At Fielack Electric, we believe that security lighting is both an art and a science. We combine our creative expertise with cutting-edge technology to deliver unparalleled security lighting solutions for homeowners in Wyandanch, NY. Our goal is to create a visually stunning yet highly effective lighting system that enhances the security of your property.
When you choose Fielack Electric, you gain access to a team of professionals who are passionate about their craft. We stay at the forefront of industry trends and continuously expand our knowledge.
Our meticulous process begins with a comprehensive evaluation of your property’s layout, identifying potential vulnerabilities and high-risk areas. Taking into consideration Suffolk County’s unique security challenges, we then design a customized lighting plan that addresses these concerns and maximizes the deterrence factor.
With Fielack Electric, you can expect seamless installation of high-quality security lights that are strategically positioned to provide maximum coverage and visibility. We work diligently to integrate our lighting systems with your home’s existing architecture and landscaping, ensuring a harmonious blend of functionality and aesthetics.
Unleash the brilliance of Fielack Electric’s security lighting solutions and fortify your home against unauthorized access. Call us at 631-420-1700 to discover the perfect combination of art and science for your security lighting needs.
At Fielack Electric, we are committed to creating safer communities in Suffolk County through our holistic approach to home security. Our dedication goes beyond providing exceptional security lighting solutions; we strive to empower residents with knowledge and resources to enhance their overall safety.
In collaboration with local law enforcement agencies, Fielack Electric actively supports community safety initiatives in Wyandanch, NY, contributing to a network of protection. By working hand in hand with residents and authorities, we create a collective force against unauthorized access and criminal activities.
We invite you to join us in our mission to empower Suffolk County’s communities and ensure the safety of our neighborhoods in Wyandanch, NY. Contact Fielack Electric at 631-420-1700 to learn more about our community-focused approach and how we can make a positive impact together. Together, we can create a stronger, safer future for all.
Wyandanch is a hamlet and census-designated place (CDP) in the Town of Babylon in Suffolk County, New York. The population was 12,990 at the 2020 census.
This hamlet is named after Chief Wyandanch, a leader of the Montaukett Native American tribe during the 17th century. Formerly known as Half Way Hollow Hills, West Deer Park (1875), and Wyandance (1893), the area of scrub oak and pine barrens south of the southern slope of Half Hollow terminal moraine was named Wyandanch in 1903 by the Long Island Rail Road (LIRR) to honor Chief Wyandanch and end confusion between travelers getting off at the West Deer Park and Deer Park railroad stations. The history of the hamlet has been shaped by waves of immigrants.
No archaeological evidence of permanent Native American settlements in Wyandanch has been discovered. Native Americans hunted and gathered fruits and berries in what is now Wyandanch/Wheatley Heights.
The Massapequa Indians deeded the northwest section of what now is the town of Babylon to Huntington in the Baiting Place Purchase of 1698. The northeast section of the town of Babylon “pine brush and plain” was deeded to Huntington by the Secatogue Indians in the Squaw Pit Purchase of 1699. What is now Wyandanch is located in the Squaw Pit Purchase area. Lorena Frevert reported in 1949 that in the Baiting Place Purchase the Massapequa Indians “reserved the right of fishing and ‘gathering plume and hucel bearyes’.”Learn more about Wyandanch.