Full-Service Electrical Shop Serving Portland Metro and the Surrounding Areas
Call our experienced electricians to help you with your electrical requirements.
Bridgetown Electric is a trusted full-service electrical contractor serving the Portland, Oregon Metropolitan area and Washington since 1994. We started off when Keith Steenslid bought a truck, filled it with tools, and began his electrical contracting business in 1994. As the demand for his careful and experienced work grew, so did our business.
Keith has since retired and his sons, Tyler and Travis, have taken over the business. We are proud to be a second generation family-owned and operated business. We have managed to retain many of our customers by relying on the quality of our workmanship to generate referrals and repeat business. Our business philosophy is to build value for our customers, suppliers and staff.
Count on Bridgetown Electric to provide you with the right price quotes for all your electrical requirements.
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As our electrical business grew, we moved to our new building, located at 5701 North Lombard Street in University Park, in June 2011. Learn more about how we add value to your residential and commercial electrical installations. Get in touch with us now.
We were able to upgrade our current building with the help of Portland Development Commission funding. We turned a neighborhood eyesore into a beautiful building! It has been our pleasure to rehab this commercial property to benefit our business and give back to the community. We are proud sponsors of the Grant High School's athletics and we also sponsor a local little league team.
Our certified, licensed, friendly-neighborhood technicians do things right the first time, and clean up after ourselves; making sure our work looks good and everything works right before we go.
Our electricians undertake 24 hours of training and review electrical changes for 8 hours to renew their licenses. These help us to be updated on top, new wiring and coding techniques. After all, it is the little things that make a big difference whether the job is big or small.