Sacramento Electrician

Brewer Electric, Sacramento Electrician

C-10 license #778744

Sacramento Electrician

Mark Brewer

Owner, Mark Brewer, has been an Electrician since 1986. He has been an electrical contractor since 2000.  Brewer Electric is focused on residential electrical service, troubleshooting, repair, and also works with remodeling projects.  Superior customer service and fair pricing sets Brewer Electric apart from other local electricians. Mark Brewer is exceptional at finding and repairing any Sacramento electrical problems you may have.

Brewer Electric was the top rated electrical contractor in the nation for American Home Shield, a home warranty company, in 2010 and 2011.

Read the Articles Below:
American Home Shield Article 2010 
American Home Shield 2011

Electrical Contractor Sacramento

Mark’s Commitment to You:

  • I will explain your electrical problem and tell you ways of avoiding it in the future
  • I will not do high pressure sales
  • I wont “scare” you into work you don’t need
  • I will provide honest, reliable service

Sacramento Electrician specializing in electrical repairs for homeowners and rental properties.

Sacramento Electrician Service can get the job done promptly and professionally.

Call: 916-214-5893

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Homeowners who find something wrong with the electrical systems or appliances sometimes try to troubleshoot the problem themselves. This isn’t always the best thing to do. More…

Brewer Electric’s Service Area Includes:

  • Sacramento Electrician
  • Rancho Cordova
  • Natomas
  • Elk Grove
  • Carmichael

  • Antelope
  • North Highlands
  • Citrus Heights
  • Rio Linda
  • West Sacramento

What You Should Know About Plugs

We plug in and unplug so many electric appliances every day that we don’t give much thought to the plugs unless there is a problem. If we’re trying to plug something into an outlet it it no longer works, the plug may be defective or just worn out. This is an easy fix. If you’re dealing with something expensive, instead of throwing it out and purchasing a new one, you should consider replacing the plug.  More…