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Electrician for Highland Village, Denton, & Corinth

Posted on April 4, 2011

Some residents in Highland Village, Corinth, and Denton may be wondering just what makes Light It Up Electric a better company than most of their competitors. The truth is that our company has over ten years experience in residential and commercial electrical repair and trouble shooting. We do our utmost to leave the home and […]

Plano & Allen Electrician

Posted on April 4, 2011

Spring is a great time to have a safety inspection to ensure that all electrical components of your home have survived the storms and pests of winter. At Light It Up Electric, our highly trained and licensed technicians often see wire damage done by rats or squirrels in attics around Plano and Allen that, if […]

Electrical Services Inside and Out in Highland Village, Corinth & Denton

Posted on March 3, 2011

Light It Up Electric can service your electrical needs both inside and outside your home. We have been in business for over ten years and service Highland Village, Corinth, Denton, and several other suburbs in the North DFW area. Outside your home we can install arbor lighting or tree lighting, coach lighting at your driveway […]

Little Elm & Frisco Code Corrections

Posted on March 3, 2011

If you’ve just found out that your Frisco or Little Elm business is in violation of code, you might be feeling a little overwhelmed and wondering what this means. Depending on the severity of the violation your business might be temporarily shut down, so naturally you’re eager to remedy the problem as fast as possible. […]

Safety begins at home in your Denton, Corinth or Highland Village homes

Posted on March 3, 2011

There are many ways that you can update your electrical system to make your home safer for your family. First, take an inventory of all larger appliances, such as washers and dryers, exercise equipment like treadmills, and even home media centers. Any items that require a larger amount of power to run should be put […]

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