Gillece Services Expands Electrical Services to Pittsburgh’s Five Surrounding Area Counties

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Gillece Services has expanded its electrical services to cover the Pittsburgh area and Allegheny County, along with its five surrounding area counties – Armstrong County, Beaver County, Butler County, Washington County and Westmoreland County.

Gillece Services has expanded its electrical services to cover the Pittsburgh area and Allegheny County, along with its five surrounding area counties – Armstrong County, Beaver County, Butler County, Washington County and Westmoreland County. Gillece Services’ Electrical division is an area of business for Gillece that is increasingly multifaceted and ever-growing… says Tom Gillece, President and Owner, “We’re getting more and more calls these days for Electrical Services in the Pittsburgh area and beyond. A home has numerous Electrical systems with wiring, just as much as Plumbing with pipelines, so we’ve begun to expand our full venue of Electrical Services to Pittsburgh’s five area counties – Armstrong, Beaver, Butler, Washington and Westmoreland.”

With Gillece Services Electrical Technicians (Electricians) residing all over the five surrounding counties as well as Pittsburgh and Allegheny County, Tom Gillece has not seen any problem with promoting and serving the entire region promptly and effectively. Gillece Electrical Technicians are dispatched directly from their homes and head to a Gillece customer’s home with a fully stocked truck filled with all of the materials and tools they need at their disposal. Their profession is literally “on wheels.” Once a service or repair call is placed through Gillece Services Customer Service Department or via the Gillece website, information is routed to Gillece Services’ Operation Department, wherein the best Gillece Services Electrical Technician is selected based on location and the customer’s needs. Gillece Services will alert the Gillece customer approximately 30 minutes prior to their arrival at their home via a courtesy call, so that the Gillece Services Electrical Technician and Gillece customer are sure to meet without discrepancy.

Gillece Services offers initial and ongoing training and skill-certification programs in an elite, in-house, over-sized training facility. Large and roomy, the Gillece Services Training Center houses electrical equipment for simulated learning purposes. Gillece Services Electrical Technicians gain hands-on experience in a controlled environment, as opposed to practicing on customers’ appliances. Gillece Services Electrical Training and Education, and even cross-training, has been on the increase to keep Gillece Services Electrical Technicians fresh and up-to-speed on all of the latest techniques and systems with respect to anything Electric. Experienced Gillece Services Electrical Technicians get on-site, real-time, paid education and training, so that they are more than capable of managing any type of Electrical household problem, service or repair – both emergency and maintenance.

In addition to increasing Gillece Services’ Electrical training classes and on-going related education, Gillece Services has also begun a push on recruiting for experienced Electricians ready to apply for work as soon as possible. Gillece Services Electrical Technicians have residential experience, perform prompt and quality electrical work for all residential services and repairs – both emergency and maintenance, and are able to install, repair and troubleshoot any electrical problem. Quality workmanship and high work standards are ensured, and Electrical Techs are competent, courteous, efficient and friendly.    

For over 30 years, Gillece Services has been Pittsburgh area’s one-stop shop for Plumbing, Heating, Cooling, Electrical, Indoor Air Quality, and Water Conditioning services – emergency, maintenance and replacement. Family owned and operated, President Tom Gillece innovated the Gillece “There The Same Day or You Don’t Pay!”* service policy, and “Always Here to Take Your Call!” customer philosophy.

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