Pro Tech Electric Inc. was founded in 1992 in Nassau County. We're a BBB accredited licensed and insured Master Electrician servicing all of Nassau county. We provide services and installations for residential, commercial and industrial customers and businesses. We pride ourselves on offering the highest quality of electrical work while providing all of our customers with a value oriented experience. Read More About Pro Tech Electric
Hurricane Sandy had a tremendous impact on both us and on our customers. Our prices remain at pre-Sandy rates, we instituted a 6 - 7 day work schedule and work tirelessly to help our customers get back in their homes as quickly as possible. As of September 2016, Pro Tech Electric has worked on hundreds of Sandy affected homes and businesses. We've repaired countless electrical services, electrical panels and devices (like outlets, switches and fixtures). We've removed hundreds of thousands of feet of wire that was compromised by water. We will continue to service everyone we can who was affected by hurricane Sandy and provide the best level of professional service and care during this difficult rebuilding process.
NBC New YorkIrene Whips, Soaks Tri-State; Hundreds of Thousands Without Power Amid FloodingNBC New YorkMeteorologist Chris Cimino brings you some good news with the seven-day forecast but also talks about the severe flooding concerns that will likely plague the tri-state, particularly New Jersey, throughout the week despite the sunshine. (Published ...and more »
NewsdayContractor suffers electrical burns in accident at LIPA substationNewsdayNassau County police said a painting subcontractor, whose name was not released, suffered a severe electrical shock and burns and was in "very serious condition" after brushing up against roof bushings at a LIPA substation in Glen Head on Tuesday, ...and more »
LIPA electricity among priciest in NortheastNewsdayElectricity from the Long Island Power Authority remains among the most expensive for large U.S. public power utilities as well as tristate and Northeastern ones, despite declining natural gas prices that have steadily lowered Long Island electric ...and more »