Boston-Cambridge Electrician Launches Information Resources On Electrical Home Safety.

Boston-Cambridge, MA – H.O. Electric today announced the launch of www.ecofriendlyelectrician.com as an information portal for Boston-Cambridge area home owners and businesses to find information about electrical repair projects.

 

H.O. Electric today announced the launch of www.ecofriendlyelectrician.com as an information portal for Boston-Cambridge area home owners and businesses to find information about electrical repair projects.  With articles being added almost every day and an online monthly newsletter of electrical tips, the website is anticipated to quickly become Boston’s primary resource for residential and commercial electrical service.

Future plans include educational guides on selecting an electrical contractor and professional advice from expects in the field.

The web site will be an invaluable resource for Boston-Cambridge area homeowners and businesses in finding accessible information to address their panel upgrades, security light and various electrical repair needs. Information will be efficiently categorized for easy navigation.

Howard Oven, owner of H.O. Electric stated, “Our goal is to be the best electrical service business resource guide for assisting everyone in the
Boston area with any interior and exterior light, panel upgrades and various other electrical repairs. The depth of knowledge and resources at www.ecofriendlyelectrician.com is simple, concise and offers every homeowner some information about their home.”

 

About H.O. Electric – H.O. Electric is your residential Electrical Specialist. We are an electrical contracting company providing homeowners the best electric repair service in the Greater Boston area. We service Greater Boston, North Shore, South Shore, Metro West, and everywhere in between with fast same day service. If you are looking for an electrician for your project, remember: big or small, H.O. Electric does it all.

H.O. Electric is a full-service, licensed, and insured company. We have been expertly serving the Greater Boston area since 1990. Our Award-winning electrical company provides same day service, up front pricing, a 100% satisfaction guarantee, and the best warranty available!

Being one of the few true family owned companies, we thrive on repeat and referral business. We are thankful to our wonderful customers that keep calling us back for additional work. We are fortunate to have a team of ethical, customer-oriented professionals. Our employees are people who are highly motivated and skilled at what they do; they bring excitement and ambition to our company. This is what makes us "Greater Boston’s On-Time Electrician"!

 For more information please call us at 617-489-6324 or visit us at www.hoelectric.com.

 

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