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Brent learned early in life from a master craftsman, his grandfather, to work hard, work with integrity and give the customers what they want. The lessons he learned during those years are fundamental to how Brent runs Estenson Electrical Enterprise Inc. They are also the values that Brent passes on to his own children. Much like Brent spent summers working for his grandfather, his sons have spent summers and now work full time for the family business. Estenson Electrical truly is a family enterprise and you will frequently catch Brent's wife, Monica, in the office with their younger children taking care of the paperwork.

By providing exceptional services to customers since 1994, Estenson Electrical has continued to grow and adapt in the ever changing business environment while still retaining all of their customers. The plan for the future is to continue providing the same outstanding services and slowly continue grow. Contact us to provide for your electrical construction and maintenance needs and experience true professionalism and craftsmanship.

For more information about our company, please contact us by phone at ((70) 7) -427- or by email.

Electrical Tips

  • Circuit - This is the path an electric current travels from where it enters your house, through a panel, across wires and finally into an electrical device, then back to its origination point.
  • Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter - Known as the GFCI, this is a special circuit breaker installed in bathrooms, garages, and outdoors and garage locations. When a current leakage occurs the GFCI opens the circuit immediately, stopping the electricity from running to it.
  • Circuit breakers - Heavy duty safety switches that serve the same purpose as fuses.
  • Grounding - This requires all metal parts of any wiring system or anything connected to it will be maintained at 0 volts during a short circuit to protect shock or death.