LONGVIEW SWIMMING POOL WIRING SERVICES
Serving Southwest Washington Since 1978
If you need swimming pool wiring services in Longview, Kelso, or throughout the surrounding areas, get in touch with the team at Rawhide Electric Services. For over 40 years, we have been helping homeowners and public pool owners with all their electrical needs. We can help you install pool lighting, hookup a pool heater, and ensure that your electrical panel is capable of handling your swimming pool wiring needs. We prioritize our client’s satisfaction and safety, and we strive to always get the job done right—the first time. Get in touch with us today for a free, in-person consultation.
Contact us online via our online request form or call (360) 382-1180 to make an appointment today!
Reliable Swimming Pool Electrical Wiring Services
Our experienced and highly trained electricians are capable of working on all types of residential and commercial pools, hot tubs, and spas. No matter your particular needs, we make sure that everything is done correctly and your swimming pool wiring is fully up to code.
Pool Wiring Services We Offer:
- In-ground pools
- Above-ground pools
- Large commercial pools
- Built-in hot tubs/spas
- Stand-alone hot tubs/spas
- Hotel pools/spas
- Public pools
Additional Services We Provide:
- Equipment pad wiring
- Breaker installation and service
- Automatic cover wiring
- GFCI outlet installation
- Wiring and hookup of filter pump and heater
- Timer clock wiring
How Can We Help You
If you need any type of pool wiring in Longview or throughout Southwest Washington, Rawhide Electric Services is the name to trust. We are proud to have built our reputation on honesty, integrity, and the highest quality electrical services in the area. Most of all, we always go the extra mile for our customers.
To schedule a free, in-person consultation, give us a call at (360) 382-1180.
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