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Commercial Electrical Rewiring, Indian Trail, NC

When you need help keeping your Indian Trail company up to the demands of new technology, trust our commercial electrical rewiring to make it possible.

Commercial Electrical Rewiring in Indian Trail, North Carolina
One of the things that is constant at most businesses in the Indian Trail, North Carolina area is an evolving need for electrical power. Every year, there are advancements in the technologies that drive most businesses, and this can mean occasionally needing commercial electrical rewiring to accommodate new equipment. We have you covered at Lamm Electric, thanks to our technicians who have more than 20 years of experience keeping up with the changes your business faces. We have worked with many types of business since opening our doors in 1993, and we are confident we can help you stay ahead of the curve with our commercial electrical rewiring services.

Our forward-thinking staff is always on hand to address concerns and come up with the solutions to resolve whatever challenge you are facing. No job is too small or too large, so if you just need an extra circuit or outlet or you need new wiring for an addition being built, you can count on us for the best workmanship and top-quality materials.

We can tackle any number of tasks for you, including doing computer cabling, generator work, wiring a UPS system, repairing circuits, and so much more. If it has to do with electricity and you aren’t sure we do it, just ask and we’ll be happy to let you know. Chances are we have done it hundreds of times before.

For commercial electrical rewiring and all your electrical needs, call us at Lamm Electric. You can count on our prompt and reliable service for commercial, industrial, and even residential electrical work.


At Lamm Electric, we offer commercial electrical rewiring services in Charlotte, Belmont, Huntersville, Indian Trail, Matthews, Mint Hill, Harrisburg, and Mt. Holly, North Carolina.