ATLANTA, GA, December 19, 2013 /24-7PressRelease/
-- LED, or light emitting diodes, started out as an expensive alternative to compact fluorescent light bulbs (CFL) and the common incandescent bulb. Aside from their expense, first generation LEDs emitted a harsh light and lacked the warmth of an incandescent glow which many people prefer in their homes.
However, Pat Murphy Electric notes that current LEDs now come with a much more competitive price tag and bulb coatings that emit a warmer glow comparable to that put out by incandescent bulbs or CFLs. Over time, this slightly higher initial cost more than pays for itself as LEDs last for an average of 22 years. CFLs and incandescent light bulbs have significantly shorter life spans.
As a successful and reliable commercial electrical contractor
, Pat Murphy Electric has been serving the Metro Atlanta and the surrounding areas for over 30 years. In 2007, they also opened a branch in Knoxville, Tenn.
"We are proud to be able to provide our residential and commercial electrical services to Atlanta and Knoxville," says Guy Roberts, CEO of Pat Murphy Electric, Inc. "With our upfront flat-rate fees, our clients know exactly how much the job will cost, no matter how long it takes to complete the work. Our electricians are knowledgeable and experienced professionals who have the skills and expertise to get the job done right the first time, every time."
For dependable commercial and residential electrical service
, trust the experts at Pat Murphy Electric. Experienced and trusted professionals since 1982, they can help you with all your electrical questions and problems.
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.About Pat Murphy Electric, Inc.:
Throughout the history of Pat Murphy Electric, Inc., exceptional service has been our standard. We are a member of the Independent Electrical Contractors trade association and Better Business Bureau, and we are an Authorized Chevy Volt Installer and Authorized Nissan Leaf Charger. With everything we do, we ensure professionalism and safety.
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