A Maryland Electrician You Can Trust
DB Electric is an Elkton, Maryland-based, family-owned and operated Electrical Services company. Whether you need a residential electrician or a commercial electrician, you’re in the right place. We serve homeowners and business owners throughout Cecil County, Harford County, and Baltimore County.
With a licensed Master Electrician leading the team, we strive to provide quality, timely, and efficient service to every one of our customers, whether the job is large or small. Our goal is to be the only electrician you ever call, and the one you recommend to others.
Our existing clients highly recommend us, and regularly give us high marks for:
- Quality Work
So whether you’re a homeowner in Bel Air or a business owner in Baltimore, give us a call when you need an electrician. You’ll be glad you did.
-Installing recessed lighting
-Troubleshooting electrical issues
-Upgrading switches and outlets
-Hot tubs, detached garage wiring
We handle all sorts of electrical services for our clients. Some of the most popular services include:
- Electrical panel upgrade / panel replacement
- Installing recessed lighting
- Installing additional outlets in older homes
- Wired smoke detectors and carbon monoxide detectors
- Upgrading outlets from 2 prong to grounded 3 prong or GFCI
- Light installation in hard-to-reach places (foyer chandeliers, industrial lighting)
- Under-cabinet lighting
- Attic and ceiling fan installation
- Troubleshooting electrical issues
- Upgrading switches
- Hot tub wiring
- Detached garage wiring
- Media room wiring
Never Be Left in the Dark
Our Mission is to provide quality, efficient, and timely service.
Avoid DIY Electrical Work
According to the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), one of the most common causes of home and commercial fires is faulty electrical work. A DIY homeowner or handyman is most often to blame for faulty wiring. The other top cause of electrical fires in this area is older homes that don’t have the wiring and circuit breaker panel capacity to provide “juice” to all of today’s appliances and electronics.
Electrical wiring can be dangerous. That’s why the NFPA advises you to call in a professional electrician for new lighting installation, electrical repairs, and electrical upgrades. You may just save a life.