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D. Sal Electrical Contractors is a full service electrical contracting company serving residential and commercial customers in the New Canaan area, that specializes in Wiring Services, Residential and Commercial Electrical Services, Generator Installation, Lighting Designs and much more for the New Canaan area.

Located in the heart of New Canaan, D. Sal Electrical Contractors has been operating under the same ownership since 1968. This allows us to offer immediate and efficient services to all customers in the New Canaan area. We understand how stressful an electrical emergency can be, so we aim to not only provide a quick emergency response, but also to provide quality advice and information as soon as we receive your call. We will make sure that you can take the necessary measures to remain safe until our team of professional electricians arrive on site.

D. Sal Electrical Contractors is large enough to cater to commercial clients yet small enough to provide personalized service. When you call D. Sal Electrical Contractors, you will always be treated professionally. Every inquiry is treated with an urgency as our priority is the safety of our customers. When D. Sal Electrical Contractors was created, we made it our mission to value each and every one of our customers. We are proud to say that you can rely on each and every member of our team to provide you with quality workmanship whatever the size of your problem or project.

All our state-licensed electricians are trained, qualified, and have years of experience in the electrical field. They are knowledgeable individuals and work as quickly and efficiently as possible so that you can resume your daily activities with minimal disruption and delay.

We appreciate your business and look forward to working with you.

For more information about our company, please contact us by phone at (203) 322-8963 or by email.


Electrical Tips

  • Circuit - This is the path an electric current travels from where it enters your house, through a panel, across wires and finally into an electrical device, then back to its origination point.
  • Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter - Known as the GFCI, this is a special circuit breaker installed in bathrooms, garages, and outdoors locations. When a current leakage occurs the GFCI opens the circuit immediately, stopping the electricity from running to it.
  • Circuit breakers - They are located in the electrical panels and are heavy duty safety switches that serve the same purpose as fuses.
  • Grounding - This requires all metal parts of any wiring system or anything connected to it will be maintained at 0 volts during a short circuit to protect shock or death.