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 January 2015, 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.
NewsdayTo Long Islanders, Mario Cuomo defined opposition to Shoreham nuclear plantNewsdayAnd while Cuomo's record in Suffolk and Nassau counties also included initiatives such as increased state aid for both home buyers and defense firms, his work with Shoreham is what many local residents will most remember him for. ... After LILCO came ...and more »
FEMA delivers $1.6B to Nassau County, LIPA for Sandy repairsNewsdayMore than $1.6 billion in federal funds, already committed to Nassau County and the Long Island Power Authority for damage caused by superstorm Sandy, has been paid, according to Sens. Charles Schumer and Kirsten Gillibrand. The funding, which was ...and more »
New York TimesCuomo's Role in Hurricane Sandy Inquiry Foretold Fate of His Ethics PanelNew York TimesAn analysis of Mr. Cuomo's handling of an earlier investigative commission, which highlighted the failures of electric companies in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy, reveals some of the same hallmarks: interference, efforts to shield his administration ...and more »