Owning a home is a huge responsibility. While a number of homeowners believe they can repair any issue that may arise, electrical repairs are best left to a licensed electrician. Whether you are dealing with dimming lights or frequent circuit breaker tripping, knowing who to call for electrical repairs is a must. 

Sierra Electric, LLC is committed to providing the highest quality work and professional service to all our customers. Our electricians are familiar will all aspects of electrical contracting, including:

  • Basements and additions
  • Electrical repairs
  • Generator Installation
  • Interior lighting
  • Exterior lighting
  • New construction electrical
  • Panel Upgrades
  • Pool and Spa Electric

Why Choose Sierra Electric, LLC?

Experience. We’ve provided the residents of Coventry with quality electrical service for over 15 years. Our seasoned, skilled, certified electricians who are fully trained in all aspects of electrical service, repair, and installation for residential properties.

Customer Service. All of our electricians are dedicated to exceeding our customers’ expectations. We are a customer-centric company, meaning we are dedicated to providing excellent service during the entire contracting process.

Upfront Pricing. We prepare a detailed, customized written quote at the time of your appointment. It itemizes every product we recommend and every task that needs to be completed. No surprises.

Contact us today at (860) 830-0275 to schedule a free estimate for any of your electrical needs!

 

Coventry is a town in Tolland County, Connecticut which is spread over 37 square miles of woods and old farmlands. The town has a population of about 12,500 and offers many historic sites, including the Nathan Hale Homestead, a Connecticut landmark. Coventry is also home to several small art galleries and gift shops throughout town, as well as an old general store in the village, that is worth exploring.

Coventry Resources:

Coventry Famers Market - The Coventry Farmers Market is held every Sunday from June to October and is the largest farmers' market in Connecticut. Once there you'll discover more than 70 different vendors selling CT grown and CT made products in a beautiful countryside setting.

The Museum of Connecticut Glass - The Museum of Connecticut Glass was founded in 1994 which the mission to exhibit and educate local residents about historic glass and glassmaking industry that was prevalent from approximately 1814-1848. It is located in the Captain John Turner House.