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ACRA ELECTRIC, INC. 842 SE 46th Lane
Cape Coral, Florida 33904 Office: (239) 542-1624 Fax: (239) 549-4166
Florida’s premier electrical contractor since 1975.
Built on quality work and professional customer service, ACRA Electric, Inc. has established a prominent electrical contracting business serving all of southwest Florida’s electrical needs. ACRA Electric, Inc. is determined to provide real solutions, positive experiences, and trustworthy service to each of our customers.
With expertise in creating practical customized solutions, ACRA Electric, Inc. has developed specialized departments in Commercial, Residential, Service, Marine, and Energy Efficiency. Please allow us to help you with your electrical needs today.
ACRA Electric, Inc. provides services to: Cape Coral, Ft. Myers, Port Charlotte, Punta Gorda, Sanibel, Captiva, Naples, Lehigh Acres, Bonita Springs and Estero.
Recent News & Company Updates
Model Airplane Show this weekend, March 21-22 R/C Hawk Park Cape Coral-Tony and Anthony Greco will have the Honda Jet, the L1011 and the Piaggio Avante out there. Click here for more information, or here to learn more about the featured airplanes. Robert Greco President, LEED AP ACRA Electric, Inc. 842 SE 46th Lane Cape Coral, FL 33904 239-542-1624 239-980-8200 cell 239-542-9272 fax www.acraelectricinc.com email@example.com
Honda Jet Update – It’s Flying!-Dad and Anthony flew the Honda Jet this past Saturday and Sunday. The attached video is from Saturday. Sunday’s flight went well but the landing gear needs to be upgraded to heavier duty. The plane turned out at 50 pounds and even though Anthony brought it in nice and clean the gear is just too small for the plane and […]
Honda Jet – First Test Flight-Our dad Tony has been working on a model airplane project since January 2013. It is a Honda business jet. The noteworthy thing about this plane is that the engine pods come up from the wing rather than the more conventional way of mounting the engines to the sides of the fuselage. No plans or kit is available for this […]
Energy Saving at Cape Coral Council Chambers-May 2014 – City Hall was in trouble and I’m not talking politics. The existing lighting for the council chambers consisted of 100 – 8” recessed fluorescent fixtures with double 42 watt lamps and dimming ballasts. Over the years many of the ballasts had failed and the lighting system became a constant maintenance nightmare. There was hardly a time when all of the fixtures were […]