Welcome to Cook Electric
Established in 1988, Cook Electric has grown to become a leader in all aspects of electrical contracting. We have developed a reputation throughout Central Maryland for fast, dependable service at a fair price. Our satisfied customers include builders, developers, realtors, bankers, landlords, restaurant owner, stores, offices and homeowners. We are professionals at providing information on lighting, generators, code issues and electrical safety. All this plus competitively priced estimates – FREE!
About employing people who not only have the knowledge and skills, but are
polite and respectful.
We work hard to maintain our schedules, and to show up on the job within the
promised time frame.
By attending trade shows and electrical code classes as well as safety meetings.
We have a fleet of fully equipped trucks and well-trained employees, ready to service your electrical needs.
Cook Electric Provides Electrical Repair Service to the Following Areas:
- Annapolis, MD
- Anne Arundel County, MD
- Crofton, MD
- Edgewater, MD
- Glen Burnie, MD
- Kent Island, MD
- Severna Park, MD
- Stevensville, MD
I have been employing Cook Electric’s services for at least 15 years, and I have always found them to be dependable and professional to deal with. They have consistently provided my projects with courteous, well trained electricians, that work hard to bring my projects in on schedule.
We have found Cook Electric’s Senior Service Tech, Norman to be “Fantastic!” He has been the person who primarily looks after the electrical service issues at the various properties we manage. He is always helpful and pleasant to deal with.
Cook Electric has been wiring New Homes and Providing Service work at my commercial properties for years now. I have always found them to be Professional. They show up when they say they are going to, which is important to me, in keeping my schedule.
As discussed in Part 1, the probability of electrical accidents for the elderly at home is greater because so many live in older or low-quality housing equipped with outdated or faulty electrical systems and appliances. The risk increases if the senior has a condition that affects mobility and memory, such as Parkinson’s and dementia. Part 2 will discuss smoke alarms, assistive technology, and home heating.
The chances of electrical accidents at home for the elderly are greater because so many live in older or low-quality housing equipped with outdated or faulty electrical systems and appliances. Living spaces like these can be hazardous because they do not comply with electrical safety standards. They often do not have life-saving electrical features like PVC wiring, circuit breakers, or a modern electrical panel.
As discussed in Part 1, rapid advancements in lighting technology are also driving fast developments in lighting design. Part 2 will discuss three more commercial lighting trends for your business. Consult a licensed and experienced electrical services company to get superior results.
Rapid advancements in lighting technology are driving fast developments in lighting design as well. Companies that are keeping pace will make improvements in lighting aesthetics, energy conservation, functionality, and safety of their facilities. The following two-part article will discuss the latest in commercial lighting trends for your business. Work with a licensed and experienced electrical services company to achieve the most ideal results for your commercial project.
Industrial Lighting Fixtures
Industrial lighting fixtures grew in popularity last year, and this trend will continue. If you like this design, select fixtures that are of a single metallic color such as bronze or brushed nickel. Throwback features likes knob and strap and antique-looking light bulbs, evoking the first part of the 20th Century, give industrial lighting its period appearance. The interior design of the office space should match this look with a minimalist factory-type approach. Accentuating this look is RLM (Reflective Luminaire Manufacturer), which are primarily commercial or industrial lighting fixtures that are designed to reflect light in a downward direction.
Minimalist LED Lighting
As enterprises are transitioning to LED lighting, they are selecting the modernist look these energy-efficient bulbs can support. This design approach is both understated and direct, utilizing strong lines and single metallic colors..
Natural Light Usage
Research has found that natural light at home and work leads to improvements in sleep, work performance and satisfaction, along with greater sales in retail environments. Another benefit of maximizing the use of natural light is decreasing the energy requirements of a commercial building, resulting in lower utility costs. However, this may not be possible architecturally or financially because it may require the complicated and costly installation of additional windows and skylights. The practical alternative is daylighting, which uses LED lighting adjusted continually throughout the day with smart controls to imitate natural light.
Part 2 will discuss three more commercial lighting trends for your business.
Electrical Peace of Mind
Providing professional electricians since 1988 in Maryland, Cook Electric is the company you can rely on for all your electrical service needs, including:
- Commercial & Residential Electrical Installations
- Marina & Residential Pier Wiring
- Electrical Service & Repair
- Specialty Electrical Services
For knowledgeable, fair, honest, reliable, and conscientious service, call Cook Electric today at (410) 266-9040. We will be very glad to help you.
As discussed in Part 1, structured wiring for network communications is the crucial first step for a home automation system. When properly installed, it provides benefits such as speed, flexibility, consistency, and easier maintenance and troubleshooting. The installation of structured wiring in homes being constructed will differ from an existing home that is being retrofitted. Part 2 covers additional structured wiring tips for newly constructed and existing homes.
Newly Constructed Homes
Below are structured wiring tips for new homes: