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Emergency Electrical Service St. Louis

Emergency situations are never convenient. They can happen at any time, including the middle of the night. In case of an electrical emergency, you need an experienced St. Louis electrician who can be reached 24/7. Our specially trained staff is on-call any time you may need them to answer all of your questions, and get an electrician out to you immediately. Scanning the phone books or Internet in times of crises will waste valuable time. You can depend on Grasser for a fast response, thorough evaluation and professional service.

There are a variety of situations that could warrant emergency action. From an appliance malfunction to a power outage, you shouldn’t have to be concerned with “waiting it out” because it’s 4 a.m. or a Sunday afternoon. We can also show you how to reset circuit breakers and shut off the electrical power in your house if need be. These are standard procedures every homeowner should be aware of in case of an emergency. We feel it is our job to educate our customers in addition to providing the best possible service.

It’s not just for our customer’s convenience, but also for safety reasons that we’re available 24/7. When it comes to our customers, safety is our number one priority. Electrical emergencies can often be dangerous and we take them very seriously.

Our St. Louis and St. Charles electricians assist with the following issues:

  • Electrical fires
  • Storm damage/lightning strikes
  • Loss of power/outage
  • Wire damage
  • Power surges
  • And more!

At Grasser, we understand that emergencies can happen at any time. That’s why we’re available outside of normal business hours to perform emergency services in St. Louis and St. Charles MO. Please do not hesitate to call us if you have an electrical emergency, as we offer free estimates.

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