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New Construction & Remodeling

Grasser Electric Construction & Remodeling

So you’ve finally taken the plunge and decided to renovate or purchase a new home. It’s an exciting time and there’s a lot of work to be done from picking paint colors, floor coverings, appliances to buying furniture. But all that decorating and handiwork won’t look like much without power! When it comes to St. Louis electrical services, Grasser can help!

We can design and install a complete electrical system for your new home from light fixtures and wiring to state of the art breaker panels with whole home surge protection. We will walk you through every step, from the initial service request through flipping the last switch. We never want you to be left in the dark, that’s why Grasser offers assistance with temporary electrical service during construction. If you’re concerned about costs, we can also advise on service size and distribution so that you stay within your budget.

As experienced St. Louis electricians, we know exactly what is needed to complete your project efficiently and cost-effectively. Our licensed electricians and design staff will work with you and be available for any questions or concerns that you have along the way. We won’t cut corners because we want to keep you as a customer even after construction is finished.

We know how overwhelming the process can be and the last thing you need is to be shut down mid-construction. Our St. Louis electricians are familiar with all the necessary permits and documentation that you’ll need before construction begins. It’s our job to keep the project running as smoothly as possible.

Our new construction electrical services include:

  • Electrical Services from 200A to 800A
  • Energy efficient lighting fixtures
  • Custom wiring specific to your needs
  • Whole home surge protection
  • Outlets, Switches, Paddle Fans, and more…

Get your new home up and running with Grasser Electric in St. Peters. Call us today for more information on our new construction & remodeling services. We look forward to working with you!

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