• About D C Electric of Raleigh

    D C Electric of Raleigh is committed to providing quality electrical service for residential and commercial customers in Raleigh and the surrounding Triangle area.

    Our professionally trained electrical repair team can install and enhance any electrical service, as we deliver only the best quality workmanship at a reasonable price. We take pride in our ability to provide a customized, personal experience towards the needs of our customers—all in a timely and economical manner.

    In addition to residential and commercial electrical work, we also provide generator, custom lighting and landscape lighting services customized to your personal or business needs.

    Residential applications include new installations, renovations, and electrical service work. Our staff works closely with builders, customers, and interior designers to enhance the beauty, efficiency, and functionality of the home. The scope of our expertise goes from ground-up new home wiring to upgrading your multi-media needs to beautifying your interior or exterior design lighting to protecting your home with a generator or security lighting.

    Extensive experience in the commercial field ranges from performing upfits and renovations to installing new retail spaces. Our satisfied customers include established Wake County contractors, designers, property managers, and business owners. We are ready and able to be your primary contractor or work as a sub-contractor to complete the job on time and on a budget!

    Contact us if you want an electrical contractor who places a high value on customer satisfaction, and guarantees a successful working partnership throughout the duration of your project.

  • Meet The Owner & His Wife

    David & Chris Menhennitt

  • Surge Protection For Your Whole House

    Surge Protectors You may be familiar with what surge protectors are. Chances are you have one on your computer or television. A surge protector is an appliance that is designed to protect electronic devices from power spikes. A power surge occurs when electrical voltage goes higher than the line or[...]

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