4 Things You Should Know About Butler Electric Service
As a locally owned and operated company, Butler Electric Service ascribes to core values that set us apart from other electric professionals. We want to let you in on a few details about our team that will help you get prepared for your first interaction with us. When you are ready to submit a service inquiry, simply fill out the contact form here to get in touch with our team.
If you like what you see below and are interested in joining our team, don’t miss our open career opportunities here!
1. We streamline communication.
When you deal with Butler Electric Service, you’ll get in contact directly with the owner, Master Electrician Bryan Butler. You don’t have to go through a sales associate or a junior team member to resolve your problem.
Bryan has operated his own electric service company since 2011 and has over two decades of electrical experience. As we get more information about your project, you can expect continuous communication the whole way through the project with the same person.
2. We tell it like it is.
Our company culture is straight-shooting. We commit to never over-sell a client on something they don’t need. If you call us in and it doesn’t appear to be broken, and it’s not going to break anytime soon, we’ll let you know.
Larger companies that offer many types of services can be opportunistic about creating more work for themselves. We don’t operate like that. Master Electrician Bryan Butler says simply, “I’d rather be honest with the client and tell you exactly what I would do if it were my house.”
3. Our schedule gets booked up fast.
Typical projects are scheduled out 2-3 weeks in advance. We want you to feel empowered to get your project on the books early!
For emergency service calls that can’t be planned ahead, always feel free to send us a message and we’ll get back to you as soon as possible. And as a courtesy, we always try to accommodate existing customers first.
4. Before we visit you, we have a few requests.
We are excited to serve you, and there are a few things you can do to make the process go more smoothly. We appreciate when you:
Completely clear the area around the electrical panel (fuse box) and any potential work area(s) so we can have easy access and room for equipment
Provide a complete report of what was occurring when the problem began
Thanks for letting us introduce ourselves! For service inquiries regarding service calls, solar projects, commercial buildings, or residential projects, get in touch with us here.