Speedy Electric, headquartered in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, maintains unlimited master electrician licenses in Georgia, South Carolina, and North Carolina, and provides electrical maintenance and installation throughout the tri-state area. OSHA-certified and -compliant, the Myrtle Beach company also holds licensing and certification to perform electrical services for the military, federal government projects, hospitals, and schools. In addition, Speedy Electric is certified with all major manufacturers of electrical products—including Square D (now Schneider Electric), Cutler-Hammer, and General Electric Company—and licensing for all varieties of electrical work.
Owned by Gary Fette, who serves in Myrtle Beach as President of the company, Speedy Electric specializes in any size of electrical renovations and up-fits for retail establishments such as strip malls, banks, restaurants, and clothing stores. Other customers include medical facilities, office buildings, data centers, and assisted-living facilities. The Myrtle Beach firm also completes industrial and heavy power work in excess of 600 volts nominal, and new construction up-fits as well as underground utility jobs. For existing electrical installations, Speedy Electric provides demolition and disposal services.
Along with its regular maintenance and installation projects, Speedy Electric offers rush service through a division that concentrates on immediate residential and commercial needs. Accepting requests 24 hours a day, every day, the Myrtle Beach division responds to emergency calls related to alarm systems, structured wiring, outdoor lighting, emergency backup generators, pool connections, and other electrical products. Speedy Electric provides service contracts and even fulfills notarization requests, as Gary Fette maintains certification as a South Carolina Notary Public. The Myrtle Beach company’s vehicles include backhoes, power trenchers and lifts, portable wire-pullers, trailers, and a fleet of trucks equipped with cutting-edge equipment, tools, and electrical parts.
Gary Fette linked Myrtle Beach’s Speedy Electric with the National Fire Protection Association for good reason. According to the U.S. Fire Administration, home electrical problems cause nearly 30,000 fires a year at a cost of more than $1 billion. Hundreds of Americans lose their lives annually in electrical fires, and more than 1,000 others suffer injuries. Speedy Electric of Myrtle Beach also belongs to the International Association of Electrical Inspectors and the North Carolina Association of Electrical Contractors.