Essexville Electric Installing Sound Masking System at Dow

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Essexville Electric is excited to be installing a sound masking system into four floors of a Dow Chemical Company building in Midland’s stadium district. Sound masking brings greater employee productivity and satisfaction with fewer distractions, increased privacy and other workplace benefits. We are installing a system from Archoustics Mid-America Architectural Acoustics. We look forward to helping make a great company … Read More

Essexville Electric Replacing Medical Center Transformer

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Essexville Electric will be replacing one of the primary electrical transformers at an office building within the MidMichigan Medical Center in Midland. The transformer replacement will be performed after hours to avoid any disruptions to staff or patients. We are grateful for the trust placed in us for such an important job!

Keep Safety in Mind When Stringing Christmas Lights

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It’s that time of year: Deck your halls and … fa-la-la-la-la! While glistening Christmas lights are beautiful and festive, Essexville Electric reminds you to also keep things safe this holiday season. Here are some safety tips to keep in mind: • Before stringing lights, carefully check them for cracked cords, frayed ends or loose connections. • Keep your Christmas tree … Read More

Essexville Electric Salutes Military Members, Veterans

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On this Veterans Day and every day, Essexville Electric salutes our active military members and veterans. We appreciate your service and sacrifices that make this country great. Among our veterans on the Essexville Electric team: • Bill Sponseller, Marines • Tom Trouten, Navy • Simon Tullett, Army • Jerry Cornell, Army • Dennis Caney, Air Force • Scott Deska, Navy … Read More

Essexville Electric Team Completes Safety Data Sheets Training

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We here at Essexville Electric are constantly seeking ways to do our jobs better and more safely. One way we achieve this is through training. In 1983, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) developed a rule called “Hazard Communication” to better inform employers and employees of the hazards of chemicals in the workplace. Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) information … Read More

Boy Scout Camporee a Huge Success with Essexville Electric’s Help

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Essexville Electric is proud to report that our efforts to put Boy Scouts in touch with others around the world was a huge success. Essexville Electric assisted in putting up antennas for shortwave radios so Michigan Scouts could communicate with Scouts in other parts of the country and even the world during the recent Water & Woods Camporee held at … Read More

Essexville Electric Again Sponsoring Televised Broadcast of Midland High Vs. Midland Dow Football Game

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Who’s ready for the big football re-match? Midland Dow and Midland High will meet again this Friday, Nov. 8, in the second round of high school football playoffs at 7 p.m. at Midland Community Stadium. And once again, Essexville Electric is making sure you don’t miss the big game. We are sponsoring the televised broadcast of Friday’s game, and you … Read More

Essexville Electric Technician Volunteers Time with Flag Football Team

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Essexville Electric is so proud of our team members who make a difference in people’s lives both on and off the job. Today, we salute low-voltage technician John Davis, who has been volunteering his time as a flag football coach at Hampton Elementary School. Thank you for making your mark in our community, John.

Essexville Electric Sponsoring Televised Football Broadcast

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It’s time for the big game, and Essexville Electric is making sure you don’t miss it! We are sponsoring the televised broadcast of Friday’s football showdown between Midland Dow and Midland High. You can watch the game on MCTV. Click here for channel and broadcast information.Good luck, players!

Essexville Electric Offers Hunter Safety Tips

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Essexville Electric Safety Specialist Mark Rezmer works hard not only to keep us safe, but he hopes to help keep area hunters safe, too. If you’re heading out to the woods, Mark reminds you of these hunting safety tips: 1. Don’t hunt alone. 2. Take enough food and water to last for several days in an emergency. 3. Bring a … Read More