Cirtcele Electric announces its new and free consumer report entitled, ‘Top 10 Electrical Safety Tips for Your Home’

David M SpechtPHOENIX, Ariz. /eNewsChannels/ — Mesa based, Cirtcele Electric – a full service residential and commercial electrical contractor – has produced a free consumer report entitled, “Top 10 Electrical Safety Tips for Your Home.” The report is available via download at their website http://www.cirtceleelectric.com/ .

“We feel that even though some of these tips are common sense, it’s always good to have a reminder,” Cirtcele Electric’s owner David M. Specht said. “We’re involved in electricity every day, so we are aware of the danger of it at all times, and that prompted us to put together the free report.”

Cirtcele Electric is a part of a legacy of electricians, given that his family has been in the business since 1946.

In addition to money-saving tips, the report shares information on performing periodic electrical safety inspections and the information is relevant to both home and business owners.

Specht is committed to serving the community he lives and works in sees this as another way to give back to the community. He stated, “It’s an honor to serve the community by sharing our expertise. I believe that if we show the community we are here to serve, they will remember us when they need a local electrician.”

For more information contact David M. Specht at 480-545-9600.

About Cirtcele Electric:

Cirtcele Electric is a full service residential and commercial electrical contractor, headquartered in Mesa, Arizona. They have been serving the needs of homeowners and business owners in the Phoenix area since 1989. Cirtcele is licensed, bonded, and insured, and an insurance-company-approved electrical contractor; as well as an SRP Energy Efficiency Alliance Contractor. More information: http://www.cirtceleelectric.com/ .

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