Types of Plans

At Reid Electric, we specifically target restaurants. We believe it is a specialty field and know the importance of food safety and being able to work on your schedule.

We are experienced in kitchen equipment and can help make your restaurant run smoothly with FREE lighting inspections and emergency service when you need it most!

We service some of the best restaurants in the Upstate - Call us today to see why YOU should choose Reid Electric!

​​Our team at Reid Electric is qualified and experienced to take care of all your electrical needs.


  • Commercial
    • From Restaurants to Apartment Communities, No business is too small.  We have the experience to tackle any project you need to get checked off your list.  Lighting, wiring, outlets, etc.
  • ​Industrial
    • From wiring fork lift chargers to       repairing high bay lighting, We have the tools and equipment to get the project done

Restaurants

We have all the equipment needed for your lighting needs. With our company-owned bucket van and scissor lift, we can save you money on big projects and access those hard to reach areas!

With our program, you never pay for what you won't use.  We also match or beat any competitor's prices!


We offer a month to month service contract.


We can check your facility or business on a weekly, bi-weekly, monthly, or quarterly program designed to fit your budget and your needs.

"I starting using Reid Electric in 2008, Rusty and his team of technicians have come to my rescue numerous times. They take our calls 24/7 and always respond to each request in a very timely manner, providing the utmost professional and courteous service. I highly recommend Reid Electric to anyone looking for a Safe, highly qualified and cost conscious electrical vendor."


-Janis McLees
Sunland Distribution, Inc.

LICENSED AND INSURED

LIGHTING

We have built our reputation on 24/7 prompt and reliable service.  In most cases, Reid Electric can be on site within an hour!

Services

Serving the Upstate Since 1999 - Licensed in SC and NC

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