At Hale’s Electrical Service, Inc. community involvement is key to our success and to our company, “blessing others.” We have partnered with Dinwiddie County in the various Teen Staffing Programs.
Winds can cause dangerous situations any time of the year. Learn how you can be prepared when the wind starts blowing with this helpful guide to Wind Safety.
Preparing to meet your needs, Hale’s has the Generac Generator Emergency Response Protocol to get you back up and running in no time!
The technical staff of Hale's Electrical Service is always capable of completing any installation, servicing, or repairs necessary thanks to our rigorous training program. We can assure you that each of our technicians has taken the steps needed to become fully certified to service or repair your warranted Generac Generator.
This holiday season, don't let bad weather put a damper on your celebrations. How does it sound to have your festivities ruined by a sudden lack of power within your home? This terrible situation can be easily avoided by deciding to back-up your home with a Generac generator from Hale's Electrical Service.
Peak Hurricane Season in Central Virginia starts mid-August and ends mid-October. Most people are more concerned about Back-to-School and Labor Day and keep hurricanes in the back of the mind. Be prepared for the storm when it hits.
Everyone likes to save money. Hale’s Electrical Service, your Central VA leading Generac generator dealer wants to be your savings partner! Our 15 years of experience have seen many economic changes and ways we can all save ourselves money in a few easy steps:
Generac has added new 5, 7, 10 year warranties for their some of their automatic standby generators. Click here to find out more and see if your Generac Generator is eligible for these new options.
You wouldn’t have you HVAC system serviced by your mechanic. Why would you trust your Generac Generator installation to anyone other than a certified Generac dealer who specializes in Generac generators?
Would you drive your car across the country and back without changing your oil? Or maybe park it in the garage, start it 10 minutes every week or so and expect it to be ready for a cross-country trip without a good maintenance being performed?