Bettendorf , IA 52722
Lighting the QCA contractors are lighting the way for new technology, cost savings and a cleaner environment for Quad City community. They’re driving the QC forward by jump-starting an electric car charging initiative in the QCA. They don’t stop there... Lighting the QCA contractors are committed to greening the Quad Cities through LEED education and certification.
We are your resource for the most qualified electrical contractors and electricians in the Quad Cities and surrounding areas. Our contractors follow the strict guidelines set by the National Electrical Installation Standards (NEIS), standards that go well above and beyond the National Electrical Code, andthey hire only the best trained electricians available.
For your home, your business or industrial installations, Lighting the QCA contractors have the skills to do it right, and to do it green!
View our guide which lists the best qualified electrical contractors in the Quad Cities and will help you determine which is best suited for your project.
LightingTheQCA's electrical contractors and electricians include Moline and Rock Island, Illinois and Davenport and Bettendorf, Iowa along with surrounding Quad Cities communities.
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Residential - Single or multiple family dwellings - rewiring of existing homes and work on residential wiring systems.
Commercial - Commercial facilities such as restaurants, malls, parking lot lighting, and retail business establishments.
Industrial - Industrial facilities including manufacturing, distribution and high-voltage.
Data Communications - Systems wiring such as Communications, Data/Fiber Optics, Phone, Paging and Security Systems.
Sign Work - Interior and exterior signage for all levels listed above.
National Electrical Installation Standards (NEIS) are the first quality and performance standards for electrical construction. These standards go beyond the minimum safety requirements for the National Electrical Code (NEC).
With NEIS, the electrical installation you design or install not only meets code - it meets the shared expectations of everyone involved: owner, specifying engineer, electrical contractor, and the jurisdictional authority.