Electrician in Farmington, CT

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:

Why Choose Sierra Electric, LLC?

Experience. We’ve provided the residents of Farmington 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!


Farmington is a town in Hartford County and has a population of 25,340 at the 2010 census bureau. Farmington was incorporated in 1645 and is known as the "Mother Town." Today, Farmington comprises 28.7 square miles along the Farmington River and has retained its distinctive character through maintenance of its historic districts and careful land use planning for the future. It is home to the world headquarters of several large corporations including United Technologies, Otis Elevator Company, and Carvel.

Farmington Resources:

Hill-Stead Museum - The Hill-Stead Museum is a national historic landmark and the original architectural project of Theodate Pope Riddle, who lived from 1867-1946). The museum has various educational programs for children and adults year round.

Winding Trails - Winding Trails, Inc. is a non-profit organization that provides Farmington residents and surrounding communities with recreational and educational activities year round. The organization prides itself on conserving the natural woodlands and waterways to help foster a love for outdoors.