We do all aspects of electrical design and installation. Whether you are building a new
home, remodeling your existing home or need help
trouble shooting a tripping breaker, we have the expertise you need. Ricco Patterson Electric provides excellence in customer service and precision craftsmanship
regardless of the size of the project.
Patient, comprehensive communication is our focus in this business. We want to begin each project knowing that we understand your needs and expectations. We believe in being transparent and straightforward in every aspect of our business. To set a definitive scope of the work to be performed, our electrical proposals and estimates are detailed and thorough. Our invoices were designed with you in mind. They're itemized and easy to understand, so you can see exactly what you're being charged for.
We do things right. The safety and protection of building owners and occupants is of primary concern to us. Ricco Patterson Electric abides by the National Electrical Code and the Oregon Electrical Specialty Code and all locally adopted building codes. We design each project according to its present and future needs, saving
you both time and money. Using only quality
materials for our electrical installations, we complete each project on time and
Complicated electrical installations are our specialty.The creativity involved in wiring a custom log home or a home built using green energy alternatives brings us great satisfaction. Our wiring expertise extends to wiring SIP (Structurally Insulated Panel) and ICF (Insulated
Concrete Form) construction.
Green Initiatives. Helping you reduce your carbon footprint
without sacrificing your
comfort is our priority. Ask how we can help
make your electrical usage more efficient, cut your utility costs and
reduce your impact on the environment. You can also check out ourWhat's New Page
We guarantee all work and materials supplied but not covered
specifically under manufacturer’s warranties, to be free from defect for
a period of one year from the date of completion (in the case of an
owner occupied remodel) or for a period of one year from the date of
initial occupancy by the first owner (in the case of new construction). Ask to see our Electrical Construction Contract for more information.
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