Work With an Experienced Commercial Electrician
Owning and managing corporate offices or multifamily housing comes with its slew of responsibilities, including proper electrical maintenance. By hiring a reputable commercial electrician like Shockley Electric, you will not only keep your occupants safe, but you will be rest assured that your property will be well maintained at all times.
Our team is licensed and insured, which helps ensure that any job is done as cost-effectively and safely as possible. From wiring office workstations to new construction and renovation, we provide comprehensive electrical solutions for business offices, churches and community centers in the Marietta and Metro Atlanta areas.
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Work with a local commercial electrician who approaches every project with the highest level of craftsmanship. We’ve worked on enough commercial properties to know the nuances of a building, both interior and exterior, that require thorough attention to function correctly. If your building is local to the Marietta or Metro Atlanta area, let Shockley Electric handle all your electrical needs.
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