Electrical Services


Residential & Commercial

Local - Firefighter Owned and Operated
Providing Professional & Safe Electrical Installation or Repair

Call John "The Electrician" before you have to call, John "The Fireman"
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    Whole House Electrical Rewiring

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    New Construction and Remodels Electrical Wiring

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    Breaker Box Replacements and Installation

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    Outlets Installed for all Types of Electrical Appliances

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    Commercial Electrical Service & Repair

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    We do a Wide Variety of Electrical Work. Call us Today

A&S Electric, Inc., has been in business since 1989 providing electrical services with 

John Summarell,    Master Electrician 

ME #10345

We serve the Central Texas Counties of Bastrop, Lee, Fayette and Travis.

We will ensure your electrical service is up to code and meets the most current safety requirements.

Regardless of the extent of the electrical repair work you need performed, A & S Electric Inc.,  is ready to handle the job. Our electricians are able to complete everything from wiring to solving electrical emergencies in an efficient way. We don't want you to be inconvenienced by an electrical issue, so we offer 24/7 emergency electrical service.

As a locally owned and operated company, we approach each area project with a high level of professionalism in order to complete the job correctly. Trust us for:

High-Quality Work

Fast Response Times

Flexible Appointment Availability

We stand behind all of our  electrical repairs, because we use trusted materials and focus on details with all aspects of the job. At A & S Electric, Inc., our rates are competitive within the electrical industry. Give our office a call today to set up an appointment with us.

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24/7 emergency electrical services
TIP 1: Use Candles with Care

Candle Statistics

Candles cause an estimated 15,600 fires in residential structures, 150 deaths, 1,270 injuries, and $539 million in estimated direct property damage each year.

Source: National Fire Protection Association - Candle Fires, September 2007.

FACT: The majority of candle fires result from human error and negligence.

Candle Fire Safety Tips

Avoid using lighted candles if possible. Yes, they smell pretty, but is the danger worth it?
If you do use candles, ensure they are in sturdy metal, glass, or ceramic holders and placed where they cannot be easily knocked down.
Keep candles out of the reach of children and pets.
Set a good example by using matches, lighters, and fire carefully.
Children should never be allowed to play with matches, lighters or candles.
Never put candles on a Christmas tree.
Never leave the house with candles burning.
Extinguish candles after use.
Establish a fire-safe home, especially a safe sleeping environment.
And NEVER leave burning candles unattended!
TIP 2: Fire Alarms

Every year in the United States, about 3,000 people die in home fires.

Most of these deaths occurred in homes that didn’t have a working smoke alarm.

Change the batteries in your smoke alarm every year at the same time. January 1st is a great day to change batteries to ensure a safe year.
Smoke alarms are not expensive and are worth the lives they can help save. Ionization and photoelectric smoke alarms cost between $6 and $20. Dual sensor smoke alarms cost between $24 and $40.
A working smoke alarm continuously scans the air for smoke, 24 hours a day, seven days a week. It never sleeps.
The Install. Inspect. Protect. Campaign is part of the U.S. Fire Administration’s effort to reduce fire deaths and injuries across the nation by urging residents to install smoke alarms in their homes and inspect and maintain them on a regular basis. Working smoke alarms and sprinklers save lives.
A working smoke alarm can help you and your family escape a deadly home fire. It can also help save the lives of firefighters who would otherwise have to risk their lives by searching a burning home for residents.
The USFA is encouraging you to practice fire safety and do your part to get out, before firefighters have to come in.
U.S. Fire Administration (FEMA) www.usfa.dhs.gov

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