Precise Electrical continues to grow
By JOHN RISHEL
LOCK HAVEN — Precise Electrical & Facilities Services has been providing reliable electrical and facilities services to Lock Haven and the surrounding areas since 2012.
Precise Electrical is owned by Todd Gummo and Tom Rossman and sits behind Hoberman Park at 202 Prospect Street in Lock Haven.
After seven years in business, however, Rossman says that Precise is thriving more than ever.
“We are continuing to grow. We are looking to add qualified residental, commercial and industrial electricians to our staff,” said co-owner Tom Rossman. “We have about 18 to 20 on our staff now, we do have some temporary employees.”
Rossman says that their team of qualified professionals have the skills and knowledge necessary to troubleshoot any electrical problem, and they stand behind our work.
Precise offers free estimates on all projects including overhead doors, epoxy floor coatings, new construction, bucket truck services, dock restraints, electrical service upgrades, electrical design, generator installation, dock leveler, remodeling, and data communications.
“We are focused on providing our clients with the service they deserve at a price they can afford. With over 40 years of combined experience in the industry, we understand just how essential it is for us to maintain strong relationships with our employees, customers, vendors, and suppliers. This dedication to our relationships is what allows us to provide exceptional service. We utilize the highest quality of materials at every job; when clients work with us they’ll not only expect the best, they will get the best,” he said.
In fact, they were nominated for best electrical contractor in Best of Clinton County, and Rossman says he looks forward to meeting those standards for years to come.
One thing that makes Precise stand out as a small business is that the customers have “access to the owners”, according to Rossman.
“Another thing we do that not alot of people around here do anymore is small appliance repairs and lamp repair,” Rossman said. “The community just can’t get that anymore, it is cheaper in most cases to just buy a new lamp. We do it as a service to our customers, bring it in, we may charge 5 to 15 dollars, we will fix it for practically nothing. You never know what that business will turn into, you never know who you will be working for. We try to treat everyone with that same respect. Some people would rather keep a prized possession than replace it.”
Precise is open daily, Monday through Friday from 7 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. They are closed over the weekend.
Rossman invites customers to stop in, call 570-484-9273 to set up an appointment or to visit their website at preciseelectrical.net.
Precise Electrical and
202 Prospect St.,
Lock Haven, Pa.