Your home is a big investment and we understand what that means. You need to keep your home rising in value and safe. We work with you to ensure both.
We have a minimum dispatch fee of $240. That gives you a journeyman electrician for 1-1/2 hours of troubleshooting, installation, and repair.
If you have something that needs to be installed over 10′, that requires two electricians and a minimum trip charge of $480.
We’re serious when we promise open and up-front pricing.
Your business is a central point in your life. This is how you feed your family and keep your employees feeding theirs.
The same dispatch fee applies to commercial, though there are more needs in commercial for a team of two.
We know what it means to have a professionally functional business remaining operational.
Times are changing and so are the resources we can use to power our homes and businesses.
Typically, when we receive a solar power request, we send Gabe out to do an estimate first. He’ll take a look at your location, what you need, and we’ll get your estimate put together so you know what it’ll take to get a complete and functional alternate energy power source to your home or business.
Estimates are free, but trip charges may apply. Alaska’s a big place.
How We Work
We start with a free estimate if the job is larger than a minimum dispatch charge.
We build the estimate in the field or the office.
You sign and approve it via email, phone, or text.
You apply for financing if you need it for your project.
We order the materials and book the job when it’s convenient for you.
Then, we get the job done as efficiently as possible, ensuring you a code-compliant installation.