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Dynamo Electric
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Dynamo Electric, Incorporated

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Phone: 757-220-2067
Fax: 757-220-3125

Hours of Operation
Monday – Friday
7:30 am – 4:30 pm

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Dynamo Electric, Incorporated
PO Box 5511
Williamsburg, VA 23188

Services offered by Dynamo Electric of Williamsburg, VA include: certified electricians, electrical panel updates, wiring for residential and new construction, relocation of meter base, commercial new construction, relocation or replacement of electrical appliances, circuits and receptacles, pull cat. 5 & 6 cable for computers, X10 installation, installation of whole house surge protectors, fire suppression systems, conveyor systems, etc..

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Licensed and insured, Class A contractor: VA 2705071697

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