Important Information Regarding Changes Due to COVID-19 UPDATE 7/1/2020: As we enter into Phase 3 we will begin booking appointments for showroom visits. You will be asked to remain in you vehicle until instructed by a team member. When you arrive you will need to call the office and a team member will come to greet you outside and assist you further. A face mask is required to enter our buildings. If you are not willing to wear a mask, you are still more then welcome to stop by our showroom to make
Hale's Electrical Service is proud to sponsor WRIC ABC8 Special Path of Destruction Report that looks back on some of Virginia's historically catastrophic weather events and provides you with tips to help keep you and your family safe darning the next event. If you missed it you can catch the 2 part special below! Be sure to go to https://www.wric.com/weather/ to stay up to date on the latest weather events and check out our Beat the Storm Center to prepare for the next storm!
Investing in a standby generator for your home can be overwhelming. If you purchase a home standby generator thru Hale’s you know exactly what you are getting; Professional installation, following all building code, and excellent customer service is part of what you get from purchasing from Hale’s Electrical.
The Holidays season is here and its time to decorate the Christmas tree. From making sure your string lights have no broken bulbs and your candles are away from fire hazards to avoid any disasters this holiday season. We have the tips you need to stay safe this holiday season.
Hale’s partners with our customers to provide the best for their needs, budget, and future. Going the extra step for our customers is what makes Hale’s standout compared to the competition. When purchasing from Hale’s you can expect the HaleYES team to treat you like family.
Don’t wait to prepare for a weather disaster until after one strikes. Listen to your local weather station and plan accordingly. Have an emergency plan in place that will give your family ease of mind.
Fallen trees and downed power lines are just a few of the many driving hazards on the road after a major storm. Sometimes getting to the store is near impossible. Running out of food just isn’t an option. Make sure your pantry is stocked with non-perishables, so your family never goes hungry during a storm.