Albright Electric

Lighting of all kinds

Whether you are looking to update existing lighting or add new lighting to a room, Albright Electric can help! Potlights or under-cabinet lighting in your kitchen, ceiling lights, wall sconces, or accent lighting in your living room or bedroom that matches your style. A chandelier in your foyer or over the stairs that fills the area with just the right amount of light. We can professionally install lighting in your basement that overcomes the lack of windows and natural lighting.

The Master Electricians at Albright Electric can also help you with all of your outdoor electrical needs. Soffit lighting, yard and deck lighting or a post lamp at the edge of your driveway to welcome you home at night. Motion activated security lighting or security cameras with infrared lighting (night vision) can help to protect your family and your property.

Albright Electric can install any kind of lighting in your home, condo or business - Call us for a free quote anytime.

Albright Electric is a licensed and insured electrical contractor with expertise in interior and exterior lighting design and installation. We take great pride in our workmanship and always ensure that the job is done right - the first time.

There are many options available that take advantage of new energy efficient lighting technologies such as CFL (Compact Florescent Light) or LED (Light Emitting Diode). Advances in these newer types of lights over the past few years have made them an excellent choice for replacing or adding new lights to your home. Long lasting and energy efficient, CFL and LED lighting can provide excellent lighting while reducing your electrical costs for lighting by up to 75% or more.

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