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Storm Restoration

Safe and Rapid Response to Major Power Outages

As the recognized leader in storm restoration, State Electric has built a reputation on safety, rapid response, and restoring power after localized storms and other catastrophic weather events with optimal efficiency. Since 1988, we have partnered with utility companies and local municipalities, from Nova Scotia to Florida, and the Gulf Coast. Our experienced managers and crews, made up of IBEW trained employees, are ready to mobilize at a moment’s notice to respond to your calls for help. With an internal fleet of line trucks, digger derricks, and robust equipment, we are capable of restoring power after storms of any magnitude. Whether working alone or with partner contractors, the State Electric team will help access your damages and efficiently restore line services and/or rebuild infrastructure.

Our ability to put together a strong team has not changed over the years. We maintain valuable partnerships with key contractors so that when the need arises, we can be ready to respond, no matter how big the task. Now, in our 30th year of restoring power, we are most proud of the fact that we have not had a single lost time incident. That is a true testament to our dedicated crews’ and managers’ attention to detail and commitment to safety excellence. When widespread or localized storms occur, you can rely on State Electric to bring in an experienced team who will efficiently complete the work no matter how challenging it is.

State Electric’s excellence in storm restoration has allowed us to build and maintain relationships with the following companies:

“State Electric’s overhead line crews have assisted utilities from Florida, The Gulf Coast region including Texas to Nova Scotia, Canada for over 30 years. Our team concept and senior supervision have enabled us to provide the very best in power restoration services and we’ve upheld our commitment to safety with no overhead line lost time accidents since our inception in 1988.”

Jon KoningCorporate Vice President