North Lauderdale Electrical Contractor

”D” Electrician is North Lauderdale Electrical Contractor. We provide licensed trained professionals to perform all electrical tasks in your home or business. D Electrician Provide 24 hour Emergency service in all area of your electrical needs.

North Lauderdale Electrical Contractor, we are truly your one stop shop for all your electrical needs and so much more. “D” Electrician provides up front pricing or time and material pricing. The choice is yours. “D” Electrician also provides free job quotes on larger jobs such as Service Panel changes and home remodels.

Some Services D Electrician Provides:

  • Electrical Repairs
  • Meter Can Repairs
  • Meter Can Replacements
  • Breaker Panel Replacements
  • Breaker Panel Relocations
  • Fuse Panel Replacement
  • Circuits Breaker Replacements
  • Electrical Feeder Replacements
  • Electrical Bus Duct
  • Electrical Service Upgrades
  • Electrical Home Rewiring
  • Generator Installations
  • Transfer Panel Installations
  • Home Electrical Inspections
  • Electrical Permits
  • Power Quality Monitoring
  • Power Audit / Recording
  • Telephone/Data/cable
  • Kitchen Electric Remodels
  • Electrical Installations
  • Air Condition Electrical Wiring
  • Surge Protectors
  • Spa/Pool/Sprinkler Electric
  • Water Heater Electric
  • Tank less Water Heater Electric
  • Lighting control systems New Lighting or repairs
  • Lighting Controls/Contactors
  • New Receptacles and Switches
  • Décor Styles/Designer Series
  • Dimmers/Lighting Timers Motion Sensors controllers
  • Emergency Lighting/Exit Signs
  • Energy Efficient Lighting
  • Specialty Fixture Installs
  • Underground electrical
  • Walkway Lighting
  • Flat screen TV installations

 North Lauderdale is a compact city, in the center of Broward County, which is in the center of South Florida, an area that – at least economically speaking. This pivotal location makes North Lauderdale a community rich in diversity. Our 42,000 residents have come from all over the world to secure a place in the sun, stake a claim in South Florida’s vibrant economy and build a future for their children. And as you’ll see, our future looks promising..

 Residents will need to place their garbage and recycling curbside by 7 a.m. on their respective collection days. All items, other than bulk items, must fit inside the provided 96-gallon cart. Carts must be placed facing out about 5-feet from the curb. Do not place carts too close to vehicles, mail boxes, utility poles or fencing hindering the trucks ability to lift and dispose of its contents. Trash collection will now be done twice per week. Bulk collection will take place on a resident’s second collection day of the week. (Example: If a resident’s current collection days are Tuesday and Friday, bulk items will be collected Friday recycling will be collected on Friday.