Some of the most honest people I know! Hardworking family. Trustworthy.
Amazing company with a great staff supporting it. Local businesses with strong work ethics and more importantly the skills to provide quality workmanship.
We specialize in commercial and residential electrical repair, installation, renovation, and additions.
C & D Electrical Service Company is a family owned business located in Clayton, North Carolina. Licensed and Insured since 1996, Charles Cavenaugh is using his 40 + years of experience serving the Triangle and surrounding areas with professional care and support. We are committed to giving you the best commercial and residential services at a price that you can afford.
We gladly serve the Triangle area along with other locations in the Johnston and Wake County areas. Contact us today for your electrical needs. We look forward to hearing from you!
THE C&D DIFFERENCE
For over two decades C&D has been servicing Clayton and our surrounding communities, since 1996! Services we offer to our commercial and residential clients, whether it's installation or repair are:
- Outlets & Switches
- Lighting Fixtures
- Programmable Lighting Controls
- Panel Changes
- Service Upgrades
- Exhaust Fans
- Ceiling Fans
- Hot Tubs
- Generac® Generators
- Surge Protection
- Gas/Electric Water Heater
- Room Additions
- Diagnostics and Troubleshooting
- Undercounter Lighting
- Pools and Whirlpools
- Remodel Work
- External Building Wiring
- Telephone & Network Wiring
- Audio Wiring
- And More!
Frequently Asked Questions
How long do electrical repairs take?
Most electrical repairs can be fixed in a single day. However, repairs requiring us to file paperwork or work within other constraints – getting permit approval, state inspections, etc. – may take longer than a regular break-fix. At C&D Electrical Servic Company, we offer superior, expedited service and will always resolve your electrical issue as quickly and safely as possible.
How can I lower my electric bill?
When it comes to saving money on your monthly electric bill, taking small steps (like only operating a minimal amount of lights in the room you’re in) can go a long way towards lower utility bills. Also be sure to turn off any TVs or electrical devices when not in use.Additionally, your HVAC system and water heater account for the bulk of your electrical expenditures. Therefore, making sure your furnace, central air conditioning unit, and water heater are in good working condition can have a significant impact on lowering energy costs. Try setting your thermostat a little bit higher than normal (in the summer) and lower (in the winter) or taking faster showers.
What does commercial electrical maintenance include?
As part of our commercial maintenance calls, we’ll ensure your entire office, warehouse, or industrial facility meets NEC (National Electrical Code) regulations and that all electrical devices and connections are running properly. Some of the systems we’ll inspect include: GFCI and AFCI circuit breakers, wiring, transformers, voltage regulators, security systems, telecommunications testing, UPS systems, light poles, HID lighting, motion centers, photocells, light timers, exit signage, and more!
What industries and commercial properties do you service?
C&D Electrical service Company the following types of commercial properties and industrial facilities:
- Retail Stores
- Apartment buildings and complexes
- Municipal buildings
- Schools and universities
- Healthcare facilities, fitness centers, and hospitals
- Industrial buildings
- Shopping malls
- And more!
Do I need a standby generator or manual generator for my business?
A standby generator provides your business with a reliable backup power supply when an outage occurs. Standby generators transition from using an electric supply from your utility company to backup power seamlessly and without interruption. Clients, customers, and guests won’t even notice the power is out!A manual generator is one that needs to be connected to a manual transfer switch (located outside your building) before power can be restored. This means your customers may experience a few minutes of darkness before the lights come back on.
What’s better for my business: LED lights or CFLs?
Without a question, LED lights are better for your business than CFLs. Compared to CFLs (compact fluorescent lights), LEDs (light emitting diodes) consume up to 85 percent less energy and have an expected lifespan of up to 50 times longer.
How long do LED light bulbs last?
LED light bulbs last up to 50 times longer than other lighting solutions, such as CFLs. Some LED bulbs can last up to 50,000 hours – that’s almost six years if they are left on 24/7.