Do you own a property in Melville, NY? Are you looking for an electrician? Does your browser’s search history include terms like “electrical contractors near me”, “electrical contractors near me”, and “electrical company near me”? Despite you’re seemingly never-ending search, are you still unable to find someone you are happy with?
If you answered “yes” to any of the above questions, then you’ve come to the right place! Marra Electric, a leading Suffolk County electrician, has been servicing the residents and business owners of Melville, NY for more than 15 years. Fully licensed and insured, our team of master electrical contractors is dedicated to providing outstanding services for each and every client we serve.
We provide a broad range of services, from minor installations to major repairs and upgrades, and we offer the fastest, most efficient – and affordable – results around. It’s no wonder why so many Suffolk County property owners trust us for their electrical needs; whatever they may be!
Powering All Your Suffolk County Electrical Needs
At Marra Electric, our team of highly trained, licensed, and experienced technicians are committed to delivering exceptional electrical services. Whether you need a new light switch or outlet installed, you want to wire your pool or spa, or you need to upgrade the service in your home or office, you can count on us to power all of your electrical needs!
We specialize in all aspects of electrical work and are proud to offer the residents and business owners of Melville, NY the services they need to ensure their properties are safely powered. Our list of services includes (but aren’t limited to) the following:
And so much more!
No matter what type of service you require, when it comes to electrical work, the professional at Marra Electric can power all of your needs!
Service You Can Rely On
Your schedule is busy and your time is precious. Waiting around for an electrician who quotes an expansive window for a service is the last thing you have time for. With other companies, you’re left sitting and staring at the clock, watching the minutes turn into hours, and there’s STILL no sign of an electrician.
At Marra Electric, we know how valuable your time is. That’s why we always schedule services on days and at times that are most convenient for our clients. What’s more; we’ll show up on time! One of our technicians will arrive at your location in one of our fully equipped, clearly labeled work vans, ready to work. We won’t bother you with small talk or make you stand around while we fiddle and search for the right tools or supplies; we’ll have everything we need to perform the service you requested and get the job done in a timely manner.
In addition to offering pre-scheduled services, at Marra Electric, we also offer 24/7 emergency services. Electrical problems can happen at any time. When repairs can’t wait, you can count on our team to be there for you! Early in the morning, late at night; no matter when you need us, we’ll be there to service your electrical needs; even on weekends and holidays!
Fair Pricing You Can Count On
At Marra Electric, we are fully committed to providing our clients with the most reliable – and most affordable – services. If you’ve ever worked with another electrician, there’s no doubt you’ve experienced confusion over billing. We’ve heard horror stories from clients who have been quoted a price from an electrician and when all was said and done, their final bill was well above the initial quote. How frustrating! You’ll never have that problem with Marra Electric!
We truly value our customers and know how hard you work. We don’t think you should ever be hit with a surprise bill that far exceeds what you thought it was going to be. That’s why we offer an “Up Front Pricing” policy. With this policy, we’ll let you know exactly how much the work will cost, and you’ll approve the price BEFORE we get started. When we’re finished, the balance on your bill will be EXACTLY what we agreed on. No surprises, no gimmicks; just real, honest pricing from real, honest electricians.
Our “Up Front Pricing” policy is pretty sweet, but to make things even sweeter, we also offer a 100% guarantee! If for any reason, you experience problems with any of the work we’ve performed, we’ll make the necessary repairs or replacements and make sure that everything is corrected and functioning properly at absolutely no cost to you.
For “Shockingly” Good Service, Contact Marra Electric Today!
Affordable prices, no surprise bills, fast and efficient results, and a 100% guarantee: no other electrician in Suffolk County can compare to the type of high-quality service Marra Electric provides. “Watt” are you waiting for? Contact us today to schedule an appointment for electrical services that are so good, they’re “shocking”! Call 631-772-8576; one of our associates is standing by and ready to assist you.
Melville is an affluent hamlet and census-designated place (CDP) in the Town of Huntington in Suffolk County on Long Island, New York, in the United States. The population was 18,985 at the 2010 census.
The area was known to the Native Americans as Sunsquams. In the 17th century it was known as Samuel Ketcham’s Valley, named for a local resident. Afterwards it was known as Sweet Hollow. This name was replaced by Melville in school records in 1854. There is some debate as to the origin of the Melville name. It may be derived from the Latin for honey (the area had an abundance of honey bees, and this may have also been the origin of the previous Sweet Hollow name). The author Herman Melville was being published around this time.
A Presbyterian church was built in Melville in 1829 at the corner of Old Country and Sweet Hollow Roads. In 1977 the church was moved 1 mile (1.6 km) to the west. The church was in continuous use until 1930. It reopened in 1944 for the funeral of Edward Baylis and has been in use since then.
In 1909 a trolley line to Huntington was established. This was an extension of the Huntington Trolley Spur and went as far south as Amityville and had a connection to Babylon. There were six fare zones, one of which was the Duryea Farm at Melville. The line was shut down a decade later after farmers complained that noise from the trolley frightened their animals. Buses provided transportation after the trolley line closed. The growing use of private cars also reduced demand for the trolley line.
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