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LAKEVIEW ELECTRIC IS ONE OF THE LEADING
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Who We Are

Lakeview Electric LLC is a full-scale electrical company based in Carson City, Nevada. Having been in the industry for more than three decades, we’ve gained immeasurable experience in providing efficient, reliable, and high-quality electrical services to clients in the Silver State.  We cater to clients from various industries, using only the best materials and resources available to provide them with a one-year guarantee.

Our honest customer service and unparalleled professionalism have allowed us to gain a loyal clientele. Over the years, we’ve built several priceless relationships with our customers and have helped hundreds of customers in Northern Nevada. We only accept full payment when we’ve completed the entire project as per our customer’s satisfaction, ensuring that they’re happy with our services. This has lead us to becoming one of the leading electricians in the area with vast number of clients.

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Offering Services throughout the Northern Nevada area, including Reno, Sparks, Carson City, Incline, Fallon, Fernley, Minden, and Gardnerville. Get in touch with our team now!

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Hire our experienced electricians and get a free estimate before you get started.
We usually start work within a week of the provided estimate.

Residential

Our residential electrical services are available to homeowners, apartment owners, landlords, tenants, and condo owners in the Northern Nevada Area.
From installing switches, GFCI, receptacles, and ARC fault to attending to specialty LED lighting fixtures, we do it all. No task is too trivial for us, and we’ll address your query as quickly as possible. Get in touch with our team for electrical issues pertaining to ceiling fans, panel changeouts, light dimmers, car charging stations, home and everything in between.

Commercial

Our commercial clients typically include business owners, building managers, and construction firms. Call us if you need assistance with the installation or maintenance of:

  • Motor Control Centers (MCC)
  • Transformers
  • 480V Switchgear
  • Transfer Switches & Generators
  • PV Systems
  • 277V Lighting Controls & Panels
  • Electric Vehicle Charging Stations
  • SCADA Control Programming
  • Sensormatic Security Systems
  • (VFD) Variable Frequency Drives
  • UPS systems
  • and much more!

Industrial

Need a contractor for your factory or warehouse? Our industrial electrical services cater to a vast range of clients in Northern Nevada. From certifying major electrical equipment and installing panels to offering IR Infer-Red Thermal Imaging and switchgear installation, you can count on our team for all sorts of industrial electrical needs.

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