Home Services

Keeping Your Home Warm As The Temperature Drops 

As we move into the cold winter months, now is the perfect time to make sure your home is up to keeping out the cold and maintaining the warmth inside.  Here are a few things to look for that could affect your home’s performance:

Safety checks for your home 

We all have our end of the year to-do list. It usually features items such as gathering paperwork for the year’s taxes, taking household goods and clothing to goodwill, preparing the house for winter and performing any service needed on your heat pump or generator. But we don’t always think about checking for any possible electrical hazards.

Simple steps for a safe holiday season 

The holidays have arrived! It’s time to pull out the decorations and trim the tree or light the menorah. But before you string up those lights, make sure you are taking all of the precautions necessary to have a safe and happy holiday season.

Hiring A New Electrician? You Have To Ask The Right Questions. 

Undertaking electrical repairs and upgrades on your home is no simple task. There are a lot of things to consider: Is your electrical work safe? Does it satisfy the National Electrical Code regulations? Is your home protected against electrical fires? Knowing you have a qualified, licensed contractor performing the work can help ease your mind.

Living in North Carolina, you know that the temperature isn’t the whole story when it comes to the heat. You know that humidity plays a big part in your overall comfort during these hot, Southern days and nights. But what you may not know is what you can do in your home to help bring the humidity down to a comfortable level.

Is It Time for A Lighting Upgrade? 

Are your lighting fixtures tired, drab, and not producing the amount of light that they once did?  Are they outdated and you want a new style? Are you interested in reducing your energy consumption or going “green”?   If you answered yes to any of these questions it may be time for a lighting upgrade and redesign.

Home Remodel? Consider Starting With an Energy Audit 

If you are living in a home that is more than 25 years old, you may be thinking it’s time for a change. But you love your house and your neighborhood, so rather than changing homes, what about changing YOUR home? Revitalize your home with Vincent Custom Building. We’ll show you some small home improvement steps that can make a big difference in your home.

How The Stack Effect May Be Ruining Your Home’s Efficiency

Who Is Miller & Miller Electric? 

Who are we?

Miller & Miller Electric is owned and operated by Dale and Gail Miller. We have more than 30 years of experience in electrical design, implementation and customer service. We believe in operating a small and personal business that focuses on the client and their needs. Our goal is to operate a business that is small enough to be manageable and personable, but large enough to take care of any electrical issue that you may have.

What do we do?