Based in Norwalk, Connecticut, Verde Energy USA began service as an alternative electric supplier to Connecticut Light & Power (CL&P) in 2009. Since that time, they have provided monthly electric savings to over 80,000 customers. Richard Reilly, executive vice president of Verde Energy USA explained, “The switch to Verde USA through Chestnut Electric is absolutely seamless. A household’s local utility company will continue to provide the power to that home, and all the needed servicing. There are no contracts to sign to switch to Verde. Our job is simply to reduce the actual amount a household pays each month for electricity. Partnering with Chestnut Electric is an ideal match.”
Dorn pointed out that, “Nearly 90% of Connecticut’
To provide additional services to their customers, Chestnut Electric Corp., has established an Inner Circle of advantages for their customers. “When a customer switches their energy provider to Verde Energy USA,” explained Dorn, “he or she will automatically be enrolled in our Inner Circle which offers preferred account status.” In addition to saving money on their monthly electric bills, Inner Circle members will receive discounted rates on all electrical work and repair; preferred status for scheduling all electrical maintenance and repair work; plus fast account retrieval when they call Chestnut Electric’s customer service department. “They will receive top priority attention.”
Established in 1980, Chestnut Electric Corp. has earned a highly-respected reputation for quality service. Identified by their distinctive large 3.5 foot bright orange roadway cones, Chestnut Electric provides both residential and commercial service. “We do everything from general home maintenance and repair”, explained Ed Tomlinson, operations manager for Chestnut Electric Corp., “to custom indoor and outdoor lighting and design to installation of emergency generators, A/C and appliance wiring.”
Tony Dorn joined Chestnut Electric Corp. in 1980 to provide high-caliber, reliable electrical services to homes and businesses in Wilton, Connecticut and surrounding towns. While helping to build some of the most luxurious homes in the upscale Fairfield County, he simultaneously grew the electric business from 4 employees to 22 crew members who are currently manning 18 trucks servicing homes and businesses in Fairfield and Westchester Counties.
“Our success,” stated Dorn, “is due in a large part to our fully-trained, licensed electricians who are highly-skilled technicians committed to broadening their expertise through continuing education programs. The fact that our crew members are full-time, and we don’t employ sub-contractors, our crew is invested in our company on many levels. They are our frontline representatives who are strongly dedicated to ensuring that their people-communication skills are continually as polished as their technical skills. At every situation, they handle property, home and business owner concerns with a great deal of respect and professionalism.”
Chestnut Electric Corp. can be reached in Wilton at 203-834-1130, and in Greenwich at 203-622-7410. For more information on Chestnut Electric Corp., visit http://chestnutelectric.com or email Tony Dorn at email@example.com.
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Chestnut Electric Corp., now in its third decade, was started in 1980 to provide high-caliber, reliable electrical services to homes and businesses in Wilton and in the surrounding area. Owner Tony Dorn started his electrical career at the age of 16 with all of his experience taking place right here in Fairfield county. In his 25 + year career he has taken part in constructing some of the most luxurious homes in the area, all the while helping nurture and grow the company from a handful of employees to over twenty five men and 20 + trucks on the road. Operations manager and senior estimator, Ed Tomlinson, has spent almost two decades with Chestnut Electric. He joined the company as a young apprentice, made his way through the “ranks”. During his time at Chestnut Electric, Ed has also been loyally serving our great nation for over 18 years in the Army National Guard, including a recent 15 month deployment in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom.