Residential & Commercial Electrical Contractor in Waterford, MI

The Oak Electric goal is to make our clients “customers for life.” Please check out the testimonials on our website to see what some of the 14,000+ customers we’ve served have to say about us.

Learn the warning signs of an overloaded electrical system & How to avoid overloading circuits

Here are more reasons to give Oak Electric a try:

  • All labor and electrical materials are warrantied for one year
  • Only the highest quality materials are used to ensure that electrical code standards are met or exceeded
  • Electricians attend electrical code update classes on a regular basis
  • Excellent liability and workman’s compensation insurance
  • Policy of strict adherence to safety procedures
  • Free “electrical safety inspection” with every job

If you have a question or problem with anything related to your electrical service, give Oak Electric a call today at (800) 964-7070.

The Oak Electric goal is to make our clients “customers for life.” Please check out the testimonials on our website to see what some of the 8,000 customers we’ve served have to say about us.


For most of us, nothing is more important than the safety and comfort of our homes. Ensure your peace of mind with an electrical system inspection from Oak Electric. We’ll identify problem areas, inspect for future trouble spots and address areas of immediate concern.

These are just a few of the services we provide:

  • Electrical troubleshooting and repairs
  • Whole house surge protection
  • Insurance restoration work
  • Lighting installation / lighting upgrades
  • Remodel electrical wiring
  • Electrical service upgrades/service changes
  • Ultra-low level CO Detectors and Smoke detectors
  • Electric Vehicle Charging Stations – Oak Electric is a DTE preferred contractor!
  • Ground fault circuit interrupter (GFCI) installation and repairs
  • Arc fault circuit interrupter (AFCI) installation

Did you know that a typical residential circuit breaker panel lasts anywhere from 25 to 40 years? Over the years, circuits can become overloaded, especially when you add today’s electronics and higher power-consumption appliances. Give Oak Electric a call and one of our licensed electricians will inspect the panel and determine if you need to replace or upgrade it to meet your current electrical requirements.

If you are doing any remodeling, we recommend upgrading your electrical panel before work starts to accommodate any additional circuits that will be required.

Home electrical problems account for an estimated 53,600 fires and $1.4 billion in property losses annually. At Oak Electric, your safety is our top priority. That’s why we offer a “free electrical safety inspection” as part of every job we do.


Oak Electric’s experienced electricians are fully licensed and qualified to provide a full range of industrial and commercial electrical services, including:

  • Electrical troubleshooting and repairs
  • Lighting efficiency upgrades
  • Remodel electrical
  • Infrared/ Thermography testing
  • Parking lot lighting and maintenance
  • Underground wire and fault locator
  • Insurance restoration work
  • Surge protection and lightning arresters
  • Primary high voltage—install and design
  • Fire alarm and security system install and design

When it comes to protecting yourself, your family and your loved ones – don’t just meet the standards – exceed the standards!!

Purchase an“Ultra Low Level” Carbon Monoxide Health Monitor (CO Detector) – these cannot be purchased in a big box store!

The CO Expert Detector detects at the lowest level on the market (5PPM) to ensure your family has ample time to remedy the situation and / or exit the premises timely, if necessary.

Prevent Carbon Monoxide Poisoning


Carbon monoxide (CO) has been called the “silent and invisible killer” because it doesn’t have a smell, color, or taste. It’s one of the most prevalent causes of death due to poisoning in America. Any time you burn something—like gasoline, natural gas, wood, oil, propane, or charcoal—carbon monoxide is released into the air. In outdoor spaces, this usually isn’t a health hazard because there is enough area for the CO to dissipate, so particles never amount to a toxic level. The danger comes when carbon monoxide is released in a contained area like your home, RV, or garage.