Spark Your Holiday Spirit at a Popular Light Display Near You

Spark Your Holiday Spirit at a Popular Light Display Near You

It’s the ‘‘most wonderful time of the year” to visit one of the many holiday light displays in Maryland.  There are so many to choose from, each offering a unique experience for the young, old and walkers alike!  Don’t miss out on the fun. Take some time out of your busy shopping and decorating schedule and pop on over to a fabulous light display near you!

Calling all Animal Lovers

The Zoo Lights in Baltimore features animal shapes and over 100k LED lights that highlight some favorites from the zoo.  You can enjoy this after-hours display from the comfort of your vehicle or get some steps in during one of the zoo’s Walk-Thru events.  Take the kids to visit Zoo Central for snacks, hot chocolate and carousel rides, weather permitting.  Unlimited beer and wine sampling is available for the adults. 

Dazzling Light Displays  

34th Street in the Hampden neighborhood in Baltimore is a site to see. “The Miracle of 34th Street” light display turns the street into a holiday wonderland.  Known as the largest Christmas light display in Maryland, the free event draws people from all over.  

Lights on the Bay at Sandy Point State Park has become a tradition for many families over the past 10 years.  More than 60 animated and stationary displays can be enjoyed while driving along the shore of the Chesapeake.  

In Ocean City, you can walk through thousands of sparkling lights and many animated displays along a paved path in Northside Park. 

You can catch more than 300,000 bulbs, larger-than-life animated displays and more at the historic Merriweather Post Pavilion. New lights and a 150 foot screen have been added to the drive-through experience this year. 

Enjoy an enchanted woodland setting with 450 illuminated displays on a 3.5 mile drive through Seneca Creek State Park in Gaithersburg. Wind your way through the Winter Woods, Toyland, Victorian Village, the North Pole and more.   

Watkin Park in Upper Marlboro features more than 2.5 million lights throughout the park. Check out the giant, 54-foot LED musical tree too!

Take a trip to St. Michaels to check out the Lighted Drive By House Tour, taking place throughout local neighborhoods.  A lighted boat parade is set to sail around the St. Michael’s Harbor on December 10th at 6 p.m. 

Calling All Boat Lovers

Boat enthusiasts will be in awe at the display of lighted boats that set sail annually on Carroll Creek in downtown Frederick.  The fleet of decorated boats, each with a different theme, has grown from one boat the first year to about 25 in 2020.  The Sailing Through the Winter Solstice fleet features gaff-rigged ketches, yawls, three-masted schooners, pirate ships and more.

Need Help? Contact Us for all of Your Electrical Needs

The folks at CKElectric can handle all of your electrical projects, big or small!  Need a service call? Our electricians can help you figure out why your outlets have stopped working or your panel keeps tripping. 

We serve Sykesville, Eldersburg, Frederick, and all of Central Maryland.  Call us at 443-920-3078 or email us at info@ckelectricllc.com.  We are happy to serve you!

Holiday Decorating Safety: Don’t Let Your Celebration Be a Statistic

Holiday Decorating Safety: Don’t Let Your Celebration Be a Statistic

The time has come once again for holiday lights and decorations to come out of storage and make our homes beautiful and festive.  As the excitement builds for fun times ahead, make sure you keep safety in mind. You don’t want a sudden fire or electrical issue to wreak havoc on your holiday plans.

Real or Fake? Know the Difference

If a real Christmas tree is on your shopping list, make sure to choose a tree that is fresh, and the limbs don’t break or snap when bent.  When you trim the tree, cut a couple of inches off the trunk so it absorbs water better. Water the tree daily and remove it from your home when dry.  Keep the tree at least three feet away from any heat source.  According to the National Fire Protection Association, almost one-third of home Christmas tree fires are caused by electrical problems.

If you choose to put up an artificial tree, check that it is labed “fire resistant.” Fake trees do have a shelf life.  Research the company and the quality of the product before your buy. 

Types of Lights 

Indoor lights are made with thin wire since they are not exposed to the outdoor elements.  String lights meant for outdoor use have thicker wrapping around the electrical wires for protection.  Use indoor lights indoors, and outside lights outdoors. Be sure to replace any lights that have damaged cords.  

Turn off the tree lights and other inside holiday lights or decorations before you go to sleep or leave your house.  You don’t want flames to erupt during these times. 

Consider using LED lights for your indoor decorations.  They don’t get as hot as traditional bulbs and will reduce your energy bill cost.

Replace Old Cords

Speaking of wires, check any extension cords you will be using outdoors to make sure they are not damaged.  If they are, buy some new cords to replace them. Use heavy-duty extension cords marked for outdoor use outside.  

Never plug all the lights and decorations into a single plug, or too many things into a power strip or extension cord. Pay attention to the wattage. Overloading a cord or power strip can lead to overheating and may cause a fire.

Inspect the electrical decorations and look for frayed wires, cracks and broken light sockets.  Make sure the decorations are in working order.  

Take measures to protect your cords from damage.  Keep them out of reach of small children and pets, and away from other potential hazards, such as doors or furniture. 

Use Candles With Caution

Candles are beautiful, but when they are lit, keep them away from decorations and other items that can burn.  Also, keep space heaters away from decorations and combustible things.

According to the National Fire Protection Association, more than one-third of home decoration fires are started by candles.  More than two of every five happen when decorations are placed too close to a heat source. 

Have a Game Plan

Make a plan before you jump into decorating.  Figure out where the decorations are going to go, where the wall outlets are, and how many plugs you have.  Check package directions on the lights to determine how many light sets can be plugged into one socket. 

Don’t let an electrical accident ruin your festivities.  Practice good electrical safety. Know what precautions to take to prevent fires and keep electrical issues away.

Need Help? Contact Us for all of Your Electrical Needs

The folks at CKElectric can handle all of your electrical projects, big or small!  Need a service call? Our electricians can help you figure out why your outlets have stopped working or your panel keeps tripping. 

We serve Sykesville, Eldersburg, Frederick, and all of Central Maryland.  Call us at 443-920-3078 or email us at info@ckelectricllc.com.  We are happy to serve you!

The Rising Popularity of Electric Buses: Coming Soon to a Road Near You

The Rising Popularity of Electric Buses: Coming Soon to a Road Near You

Electric buses are popping up on urban streets and in school districts across America. This trend is expected to continue into the future as our country makes the switch to electric vehicles. 

Electric Buses Offer More Value

There are many reasons why electric buses offer more bang for your buck than their gas-guzzling counterparts. They have several benefits, offering a better build, improved reliability, more efficient maintenance and higher quality trips for drivers.  Electric buses are also efficient, fast and only use 20% of the raw energy of a diesel bus to travel the same distance.  

The price tag of Electric buses can be up to 20% higher, but their operating costs are significantly lower, saving money in the long run. The total cost to own and operate an electric bus over its lifetime is 35% less than traditional buses.

An electric bus gets better mileage too.  While a diesel bus can get just under 4-miles-per-gallon, an electric bus can reach 21 MPGe, or miles per gallon equivalent.  

They are Good for the Environment and Public Health  

Buses are constantly on the move, especially in urban areas, and release a significant amount of emissions.   According to a study done by the American Lung Association, making the transition to electric buses in cities could dramatically improve air quality, health and health costs among the public.

Electric Bus Challenges in Urban Areas

It can be expensive for urban planners to make the transition to electric buses, which can cost up to 2x more than a traditional diesel bus.  However, with battery prices expected to decrease over the next five years, they will likely become more affordable. 

The ability to properly charge electric buses is another challenge facing urban areas. However, with smaller batteries and improved in-route charging methods likely coming in the future, this problem will probably be resolved.  

Urban planners also have to ensure the weight of an electric bus won’t damage the roads. The good news is as battery sizes get smaller, electric buses are expected to lose some pounds. 

The Popularity of Electric School Buses 

Electric school buses are experiencing rapid growth in the United States, and School districts are getting on board. According to the World Resources Institute (WRI), In June 2022, US school districts and fleet operators committed to more than 12,000 electric school buses in 38 states.  That is a jump of more than 10,000 since the last WRI report was released in January.  Out of the 38 states, California takes the top spot, committing to 1,000 buses, followed by Maryland, which has signed up for 337.  

The reason for the big jump this year?  In December 2021, a  partnership was announced between two companies. Midwest Transit Equipment and SEA Electric have set a goal to update 10,000 school buses with battery-electric power systems over the next five years. The deal will cover both Type A and Type C school buses.  

Partnership Provides BIg Step Ahead

The partnership is a major step forward in the effort to reduce the carbon footprint of bus fleets, while moving the industry to electrification at a reasonable cost.  In fact,  MTE, one of the largest school bus dealers in the country, will be able to provide clients with a nearly-new 100% electric bus at a fraction of the cost of a brand new one. The deal opens the door to a zero-emissions future for children’s transport in North America.

Ready to Update Your Home?  Contact Us for all of Your Electrical Needs

The folks at CKElectric can handle all of your electrical projects, big or small!  Need a service call? Our electricians can help you figure out why your outlets have stopped working or your panel keeps tripping. 

We serve Sykesville, Eldersburg, Frederick, and all of Central Maryland.  Call us at 443-920-3078 or email us at info@ckelectricllc.com.  We are happy to serve you!

Is Your Home Going Wacky? How to Know When it’s time to Call an Electrician

Is Your Home Going Wacky? How to Know When it’s time to Call an Electrician

When things get a bit weird in your house.  Lights start flickering. You hear a buzzing sound.  An outlet has a strange odor.  Something snaps, crackles or pops. These are all signs something has gone haywire with the electrical wiring in your home. So, who do you call?  You could contact Ghostbusters, of course,  but you will likely get a much better response from a local electrician.

So, how do you know when it’s the right time to call for help? Below are some telltale signs you need to pick up the phone. 

The Lights are Wonky

Dimming or flickering lights can often be blamed on major appliances that suck up energy and are wired to the same circuit. Consult an electrician about moving major appliances to a different circuit.  If your power is inconsistent, it could be due to a faulty fixture, frayed wiring, or a bulb with a wattage that exceeds the limits of your outlet.

Your Nose Knows

If you smell smoke or notice an odd odor coming from an outlet, turn off and unplug anything connected to it. Have a qualified electrician look at it before using it again. If your fuse box or breaker panel smells off, call an electrician right away. 

Sparks, Sparks Everywhere

If a breaker panel, fuse box or outlet is sparking, call an electrician immediately. If an appliance is producing sparks on its own, it could be damaged. In this case, contact an appliance repair person who may be able to fix it under warranty, or for less money than a professional electrician. 

Blown Fuses and Tripped Breakers

If a hair dryer or vacuum cleaner keeps tripping a breaker,  the appliance is likely causing the problem. This could range from a loose bulb to a loose connection in the fixture. However, if a single outlet causes you to blow the same fuse repeatedly, the circuit is probably overloaded. Call in a pro.

Outlets Shock You

If you are getting a shock whenever you use a certain outlet, get help.  Same goes if an outlet is vibrating or warm to the touch.  These are signs of damaged circuits, broken cords or an unstable electric current.  

Something Keeps Buzzing

When all is well, electricity is silent as it flows between connections.  However, loose prongs, outlets or fraying wire can cause the current to create a buzzing sound.  If a particular outlet or light switch is making noise, stop using it and call an electrician.

Your House is Old

If your house is more than 20 years old, it’s time to get an electrical check up.  It is dangerous to pile on plug strips, or other outlet modifications, to make up for a lack of plug space.  Keep in mind that power bars and multi-taps will strain your power, not give you more. 

Extension Cords are Everywhere

Power is safest when the wires are buried inside the walls.  An extension cord that is out in the open can get damaged, causing tripped breakers, damaged outlets, or a fire.  Use extension cords sparingly or only for a short time, such as during the holidays.  If you need more permanent outlets, have an electrician install them.

Water is a Hazard

Water is an excellent conductor of electricity, and kitchens and bathrooms require special shock-resistant outlets.  Ground fault circuit interrupters, or GFCIs, have two small buttons in the center and add an extra layer of protection. Have them installed in areas that often get wet.

Need Help? Contact Us for all of Your Electrical Needs

The folks at CKElectric can handle all of your electrical projects, big or small!  Need a service call? Our electricians can help you figure out why your outlets have stopped working or your panel keeps tripping. 

We serve Sykesville, Eldersburg, Frederick, and all of Central Maryland.  Call us at 443-920-3078 or email us at info@ckelectricllc.com.  We are happy to serve you!

CHOOSING LED LIGHT FOR YOUR HOME

CHOOSING LED LIGHT FOR YOUR HOME

Did you know the cost of lighting up your home makes up over a quarter of your total electric bills? This is a key reason you should invest in the most cost effective and energy efficient light bulbs on the market. Consider turning your home into a LED light zone.

Most lighting materials contribute to global pollution. Switching to LED, or Low Emitting Diode lighting, can make a world of difference.

Why Make the Switch to LED Lights

This type of lighting has many benefits. LED lights are cost effective. They will save you money by lowering your electric bill. LED lights are long-lasting. They will emit light for up to 50,000 hours, eight times longer that CFL’s (Compact Fluorescent Lights), which have a maximum lifespan of 8,000 hours. LED lights are durable. A lead bulb can bounce on the floor and not break. CFL bulbs are fragile and can easily break, releasing a small amount of mercury which can pose a problem.

LED’s save energy. These bulbs use 75-percent less energy than incandescent bulbs use. CFL’s use 25-35% less than traditional light bulbs. LED’s are efficient. CFL bulbs emit nearly 80% of their energy as heat, while LED bulbs release very little or no energy as heat. LED lights are environmentally friendly. They contain no hazardous materials and can be efficiently disposed of. Many local home improvement or hardware stores will recycle them for you.

Types of LED Lights for Your Home

LED’s are small and directional, making them perfect for lighting tight spaces, such as countertops or under cabinets. Recessed downlights are often used in residential kitchens, hallways and bathrooms.

LED’s are also great for holiday decorating. They consume far less electricity than incandescent bulbs and are cooler to the touch. They are also easy to install and up to 25 strings can be connected without overloading a wall socket.

LED lights can be dimmed and allow you to control the intensity. They also come in a variety of colors to match any room in your home. Be sure to pick the right type for your needs. Soft LED lights give off a warm and cozy tone, while cool LEDs can brighten up a game room.

If you feel your home needs a lighting upgrade, LED lights are a great option to consider. Make your home a comfy and cozy place for family and visitors. Switching to LED lights also saves money, energy and helps the environment too.

Ready for a Change?

CK Electric is a veteran-owned and veteran-operated local electrician dedicated to high-quality service and customer satisfaction. We are dedicated to serving Anne Arundel, Baltimore, Carroll, Frederick and Washington counties; Cecil, Harford, Howard, Montgomery and Prince Georges counties, Hagerstown and Frederick, MD. For a free estimate, call us at (252) 665-0418. We look forward to helping make your home a safer, brighter place!

Save Your Energy: Electric Bikes are the New Rage in Modern Mobility!

Save Your Energy: Electric Bikes are the New Rage in Modern Mobility!

If you are tired of manually peddling your bicycle to get around town, never fear: the eBike is here!

The electrically-powered two-wheeler is quickly gaining ground in popularity and there are many good reasons why eBikes are all the rage.

Faster Riding

eBikes use an electric motor and battery for power, letting you ride at the same speed or faster than a conventional bike. This is beneficial if you are riding with extra cargo. Give your legs a rest by using the throttle-only mode and travel up to 20 mph without pedaling at all. You can also travel more miles with the increased speed, especially if the weather is favorable.

Easy Commuting

Electric bikes can slash your commute time. They are a safe, healthy and convenient way to make essential trips. They also help improve air quality by reducing trips in a gas-powered vehicle. In addition, you can avoid traffic jams by using bike routes, and won’t waste valuable time searching for an open parking spot.

In fact, a joint study done by the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) with the Colorado Energy Office during the COVID-19 pandemic, found e-Bikes were the dominant travel mode for 30% of trips. They were followed by shared rides at 29% and single-occupancy vehicle trips at just 20%.

eBikes Offer Versatility

There are three ways to ride an electric bike: Pedal only, pedal-assist, and throttle-only.

The pedal-assist mode provides power only when you are pedaling. In the throttle mode, the motor provides power to move the bike. Pedal only mode uses no electric power.

Health & Environmental Benefits

By riding an electric bike, you can help minimize your impact on the environment. Electric bikes are also a sustainable, eco-friendly alternative to gas-powered vehicles for short trips. Their added energy boost also lets you haul kids, groceries, sports equipment and backpacks without a problem.

You can still get cardio benefits with an eBike by using your own power to pedal, like a regular bike. Even in pedal-assist mode you still have to work to get yourself moving.

Don’t worry about arriving at your destination all hot and sweaty. Electric bikes require less physical effort and faster travel so you can ride with ease.

The Future

So, what does the future hold for eBikes? Over the next five years, the eBike industry is predicted to grow by nearly 12% each year, a growth rate of more than 75%.

The market was valued at just over $27 billion in 2021, and is expected to be worth more than $54 billion by 2027. One thing is for sure. We can expect a lot more eBikes on our streets and trails as the years go by!

For all of your residential and commercial needs, check out CK Electric, local electricians serving Sykesville, Eldersburg, Frederick and all of Central Maryland. CK Electric, LLC is family owned and operated, and prides itself on providing excellent customer service, great rates, timely and efficient scheduling and estimates.

Baby-Proofing Your Home: Electrical Edition

Baby-Proofing Your Home: Electrical Edition

Congratulations on your new arrival! When it comes to baby-proofing your home, you’ve got a lot to think about, but we’re here to make sure the electrical side of things is one less worry on your mind. Here’s how to baby-proof your home in terms of your electrical edition.

Child-Proof Outlet Covers

Kids love to explore and get their hands on everything they see – including electrical outlets. Know the location of every outlet in your home and buy some plastic child-proof covers or plugs to keep little fingers away from each outlet. They can crawl a lot faster than you’d expect!

Keep Your Circuit Board Locked Up

Wherever your home’s circuit board is located, keep it locked up tight and well away from their reach. If the closest door doesn’t have a lock or keeping it locked is unfeasible, you can buy child-proof door knob covers (or plastic door lever locks, depending on what your door handles look like) online. You might want to use these, or baby gates, on your kitchen as well– ovens are a worry best avoided for a couple years!

Keep Plugs Where They Should Be

Not every outlet can be covered! For outlets that serve as the permanent home for plugs– such as those belonging to your TV, large appliances, or lamps– try to block off the wall space with furniture. This keeps your baby from reaching the plug (and hopefully the cord) and tugging it out, and as a bonus, obscures the cords from sight. If you can’t block the outlet with furniture, you can buy plug covers with cord shorteners specifically for this purpose. You can also find similar covers for power strips.

Too Many Cords

Avoid extension cords as much as possible, as they pose a significant tripping and entanglement hazard for little ones. Never allow an unplugged cord to dangle over the edge of a table or counter for a kid to pull on, and decrease the length of overly long cords by coiling the extra length and securing it with a twist tie. Cord shorteners are the higher-tech but more costly option for these situations. 

Use Preventative Maintenance

Check your electrical system regularly for any signs of damage and schedule a safety inspection before it’s time to bring your little one home. It’s especially important to check for loose or exposed wiring when there’s a baby toddling around! Test your outlets to ensure no shocks result from plugging in chargers or appliances and make sure the covers are screwed on tight to every light switch panel. You can never be too careful when it comes to home safety!

Need Some Electrical Work? Want to Schedule an Inspection?

Your new electrician wants to hear from you! Ask us about our electrical services through our quick online form here or give us a call at (252) 665-0418 for a free estimate. You can also email us at info@ckelectricllc.com

CK Electric is a veteran-owned and veteran-operated local electrician dedicated to serving Anne Arundel County, Baltimore County, Carroll County, Frederick County, Harford County, Howard County, Montgomery County, Prince George’s County, Washington County, Cecil County, Hagerstown, and Frederick, MD. We look forward to helping make your home a safer, brighter place!

Fire Safety in the Home

Fire Safety in the Home

August is here, and it’s still hot, hot, hot! Your HVAC system is probably running overtime to beat the heat, and that’s not even considering the fans, chargers, and household appliances plugged into your walls. In the hottest and driest time of year, it’s important to prioritize fire safety in your home, especially when it comes to electrical fires. The more prepared you are, the more likely your fire safety methods will never have to extend beyond prevention.

Update Safety Measures

We’re talking fire extinguishers, smoke alarms, and exit plans. Keep your fire extinguisher(s) in an easy-to-reach place and ensure every member of your household knows where it is and how to use it. Keep it away from moisture to protect from rust and check it over every month or so to make sure everything looks okay. Fire extinguishers should be replaced at least once every 10-12 years if kept in good condition. 

As for smoke alarms, don’t ignore the beeping that means the batteries need to be changed! Replace them immediately rather than deactivating the alarm until later and keep batteries on hand for this purpose. Smoke alarms should be replaced entirely every 10 years, much like fire extinguishers– try to do them all at the same time for efficiency’s sake and to avoid a lapse in memory.

Finally, you know the drill – make sure very room has two or more exits an individual can use to get out. Ensure each window and door is able to open easily from the inside and discuss with your family where to meet in case of an evacuation. 

Summer Security

Campfires are all the rage in the warmer months, but always use caution when starting a fire. Keep at least one bucket of water at hand and make sure you can retrieve more quickly. Never start a fire outside of permitted areas when camping and keep any fuel or flammable materials well away from the fire – dry wood can catch and spread in a blink, and you don’t want to be responsible for a wildfire. 

When enjoying your backyard fire pit, don’t build the flames higher than you can handle. No matter how much old wood you want to get rid of, wait until the fire has died down a bit before piling on the fuel. Bonfires are a classic summer night staple, but rest assured your s’mores will not suffer for a lack of blistering heat.

Finally, never leave a fire burning unattended, no matter how low the flames. Always put it out before leaving the area and never throw embers in the trash.

Keep Up With Electrical Repairs

Flickering lights aren’t just an annoyance. Faulty electrical systems and wiring are the third leading cause of structural fires nationally, so it’s crucial to watch for signs of damage and have your electrical system inspected regularly. We offer free estimates, so don’t be afraid to reach out and ask us about any problems you’re seeing–it’s better to be safe than sorry, especially since you don’t have to worry about breaking the bank. For a list of warning signs that could mean your electrical system needs repairs, click here.

Need Some Electrical Work? Want to Schedule an Inspection?

Your new electrician wants to hear from you! Ask us about our electrical services through our quick online form here or give us a call at (252) 665-0418 for a free estimate. You can also email us at info@ckelectricllc.com

CK Electric is a veteran-owned and veteran-operated local electrician dedicated to serving Anne Arundel County, Baltimore County, Carroll County, Frederick County, Harford County, Howard County, Montgomery County, Prince George’s County, Washington County, Cecil County, Hagerstown, and Frederick, MD. We look forward to helping make your home a safer, brighter place!

What To Do in a Power Outage

What To Do in a Power Outage

In our last post, we talked about how to prepare for a power outage. But what should you do when one actually occurs? Here are some tips about what to do in case of a power outage this summer.

Electronic Appliances

If the lights wink out, start disconnecting electronics and unplugging appliances. This helps to avoid possible damage in the case of electrical surges. When the power’s out, you won’t be able to use them anyway. And you’ll want to make sure they’re ready to get up and running again as soon as the power is. If you plan to use a generator instead, place it outdoors and well away from windows (at least 20 feet). Also relocate gas-powered camp stoves and charcoal grills. Never try to bring anything gas-powered indoors. And install battery-powered carbon monoxide detectors throughout your home just to be on the safe side. 

When it comes to food storage during power outages, your freezer and fridge are probably at the top of your mind. Keep the doors shut and your fridge should keep everything cool for about four hours, while your freezer can maintain its temperature for about 48 hours. Use a thermometer to test the temps and, if it reads 40 degrees Fahrenheit or higher, throw the food out. Don’t eat spoiled food. No matter how fine it may look– it’s better to be safe than sorry. And you don’t want to end up with food poisoning while the plumbing is out of power. 

Medical Needs

Make sure you discuss with your medical provider what to do about refrigerated medications. Also ask about electronic medical equipment in case of a power outage. They’ll instruct you on where to access emergency treatment/supplies. Also, they will tell you how long the medicine is safe to use after it’s lost that climate-controlled environment. Know where to go if the need for power becomes dire– there should be some type of community center nearby with access to emergency power sources and supplies. Places of worship, town meeting halls, community centers, and schools often have protocols in place for such occasions, especially if an outage hits during a period of extreme heat or cold.

Stick Together

While the vast majority of power outages are relatively short, it’s always a good idea to stay prepared and make sure everyone in your household knows what to do in case of an emergency. Keep a power outage kit with first aid supplies, flashlights, and batteries somewhere easily accessible and check in on any vulnerable neighbors. Make sure your family members are prepared and check out this sheet from FEMA for more information on what to do in a power outage.

We hope these tips help ease your mind and keep your household safe this summer!

Need Some Electrical Work?

Your new electrician wants to hear from you! Ask us about our electrical services through our quick online form here or give us a call at (252) 665-0418 for a free estimate. You can also email us at info@ckelectricllc.com

CK Electric is a veteran-owned and veteran-operated local electrician dedicated to serving Anne Arundel County, Baltimore County, Carroll County, Frederick County, Harford County, Howard County, Montgomery County, Prince George’s County, Washington County, Cecil County, Hagerstown, and Frederick, MD. We look forward to helping make your home a safer, brighter place!

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