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Here are the areas we serve:

Tazewell, Richlands, Radford, Pulaski, Pearisburg, Narrows, Marion, Lebanon, Dublin, Chilhowie
Cedar Bluff, Bristol, Bluefield, Bland, Blacksburg, Abingdon, and Bristol

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These are the areas we service 

  • Tazewell, Virginia 

  • Richlands, Virginia 

  • Radford, Virginia 

  • Pulaski, Virginia 

  • Pearisburg, Virginia 

  • Narrows, Virginia 

  • Marion, Virginia 

  • Lebanon, Virginia 

  • Dublin, Virginia 

  • Chilhowie, Virginia 

  • Cedar Bluff, Virginia 

  • Bristol, Virginia

  •  Bluefield, VA

  • Bluefield, West Virginia 

  • Bland, Virginia 

  • Blacksburg, Virginia 

  • Abingdon, Virginia 

Frank Heald

Why Install a Backup Generator?

No one likes losing power for an extended period of time. It’s not only inconvenient, but it can also be destructive – the temperature of your home drops significantly, food in your refrigerator and freezer can go bad, just to name a few. The wrath of a storm is nothing to mess with, so having a backup generator is a popular investment for homeowners that want to stay powered up, no matter what’s happening around them. Bulldog Electric is a proud Briggs & Stratton backup generator Installer, and is here to answer any and all questions you have! We stand behind all of the products we install..

Frank Heald
Get Protected!!
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Bulldog Electric installs whole house protection for only $295.00 per panel. Power surge happens in milliseconds — a thousandth of the time it takes you to blink your eyes. Maybe you see the lights flicker, or your computer locks up for no apparent reason. Maybe you don’t notice anything at all. But that little spike in the current flowing through the wires of your house can have big consequences.
The Insurance Information Institute includes insurance claims from power surges in the same category as damage from lightning strikes. Together they resulted in more than $1 billion in insured losses in 2008, with an average claim of $4,329. There’s an easy and affordable way to steer clear of those kinds of losses. They’re called whole-house surge protectors, and here’s how they work.
Most people worry about a power surge being caused by something outside of the house, like a lightning strike or a downed power line. While lightning is the most dangerous cause of surges, it’s far from the most common.
According to the NEMA Surge Protection Institute, 60% to 80% of power surges start inside the home, typically from major appliances and systems that cycle on and off, such as air conditioners, refrigerators, and clothes dryers. Over time, those fluctuations take a cumulative toll on sensitive electronics, such as plasma TVs, computer equipment, microwaves, and smart appliances, causing delicate circuits to malfunction. Call today to schedule your installation and get protected!

Frank Heald