WCLECA

Servicing Westchester County Since 1995
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Westchester County Licensed Electrical Contractors Association
Employing the attributes of Safety, Education, Quality and Integrity. We will communicate to the consumer through our association, the importance of meeting agreed upon requirements 100% of the time by doing things right the first time.
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  • Message From The President
  • Welcome to the official website for the Westchester Licensed electrical contractors association. This website is a valuable tool for contractors, property owners and all other persons wanting a comprehensive way of accessing many electrical related topics both specific to Westchester and nationwide.

    Dean Barnett, President

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  • Let us help you find the right licensed electrical contractor for your job. Use our advanced features to find an electrician that best fits your needs.

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  • Our Sponsors
  • WCLECA deeply appreciates the sponsorship of governments and other organizations committed to ensuring proper licensing of electrical contractors, alerting contractors of new technology, and providing safety and updated training resources.

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  • Become A Member
If you are not a member of WCLECA but would like to join, you can download a printable application, or register online. Only our members have access to services offered by WCLECA and our sponsors.

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  • Ensuring Safety Always Comes First
Why Not Home Depot Why Not Home Depot
NBC investigates Home Depot and its contractors. Click the link above to watch the results of this shocking investigation. Video Feed courtesy of You Tube.
Smoke Detectors...
Smoke detectors are a vital part of the life safety equipment you should have in your home. Should one detector be activated all others detectors will sound together. This is now required by the New York State Building code.
CO2 monitors...
Carbon monoxide is a odorless and colorless deadly gas. It can kill a person in less then a minute. Any type of combustion system gives off this gas. All homes should have a least one on every floor, and especially one near any home heating system.
Please make sure you use a licensed Electrician to install and check all your electrical systems.
SAFETY STARTS WITH YOU!