Professional Licensed Electrical Contractors in Mooresville, Morganton, Hickory, Lenoir, Troutman, Statesville, and Surrounding Areas

Triangle Contractors has been servicing the western North Carolina and Piedmont regions since 1977. Our team of professionals are licensed and have the experience to take on large projects. However, we also work on smaller and mid-size projects too. Everything from breaker testing to electrical repairs Triangle Contractors can handle. In addition, our team can install your new construction wiring or update your current home to meet code. Plus, Triangle Contractors handles an array of electrical projects too. Implementing EV charging stations for your new vehicle, installation of backup power generators, and we can even perform switch out your lighting fixtures.

At Triangle Contractors, we provide an array of residential electrical services such as:

Fans, Switches & Receptacles
Electrical Panel & Upgrades
Electrical Upgrades
EV Chargers
Exhaust Fans
Renovations & Additions
Safety Inspections
Smoke Detectors

Triangle Contractors are the Electricians PROs to KNOW for When you Need a Repair Fast

With two locations to serve you, a licensed electrician is always within reach. At Triangle Contractors, we provide quick response times 24/7 because your home needs to operate efficiently every day. 

Given that we’ve been in business for almost 50 years and have the knowledge and experience to get your home back up and running quickly. Plus, we’re happy to discuss your project too. Our team knows what it takes to make a home run smoothly, and we know you’ll most likely have questions. Reach out and give us a call, and let’s get started.

Working with Triangle Contractors is Easy as Call, Click, Email, or Text

From Design to Install and then Service, Triangle Contractors are the PROs to Know​

Not exactly sure what you need? Give Triangle Contractors a call.

We help thousands of homeowners and project managers every day. Give us a call and speak to one of our experts

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