Electrician in Augusta, GA

Electrician in Augusta, GA

  • Choose a licensed electrician – licensed, bonded and insured in GA and SC
  • Choose an affordable electrician – our prices are honest and we never take action before explaining the associated cost
  • Choose an experienced electrician – providing both residential and commercial services backed by more than 18 years of on-the-job experience
  • Choose the best electrician in Augusta – voted # 1 Electrical Service Contractor on Angie’s List in 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014 and 2015

Voltz Electrical Service o ffers a variety of electrical services, including inspections, electrical panel updates, electrical lighting services, electrical troubleshooting and electrical upgrades. We have been working in the area for more than 18 years, and with that amount of experience, we have it handled. 24-hour emergency service is always available. To talk to our team, call 706-738-0378 today or use our online contact form.

 

 

 

 

 

Augusta, GA, is a city situated on along the Savannah River. Established in 1736, Augusta has a reach history, including the boyhood home of Woodrow Wilson, the 28th president of the United States, and the home of James Brown, known to many as the “Godfather of Soul.” Augusta is internationally known for the Masters Tournament, a golf tournament hosted each April at Augusta National Golf Club, a private golf course established by Bobby Jones and Clifford Roberts. Each year, more than 200,000 people attend the tournament.

Today, Augusta is a thriving hub for military (Fort Gordon), power production (many employees of Savannah River Site and Plant Vogtle commute from Augusta) and medical education (home to the state of Georgia’s only public medical university), with concentrated business or residential hubs on Broad Street/13th Street in downtown Augusta, Washington Road, Walton Way, and Wrightsboro Road, home of Daniel Field. In addition to these larger business categories, many small businesses, including shopping, restaurants and service-based businesses, helping the Augusta area gain popularity as a great place to visit, as well as a great place to live. Whether you are an early bird or a night owl, a lifetime resident or a recent transplant, it’s a great time to explore Augusta.