Merlo Electric Inc
Servicing Hamilton and area since 1956
Al Merlo with his 1954 & '56 Ford work trucks
Merlo Electric has been servicing Hamilton and the surrounding area for over 60 years. Founded by Al Merlo in 1956, the company continues to grow and offers a variety of services including residential, commercial, institutional, pole line, lighting design, and 24/7 emergency service.
From basic repairs, troubleshooting, renovations, panel changes, smart home automation, hot tub, pool pumps, indoor and outdoor lighting, sub-panels, aluminum wire conversion, new installations and much more.
Installation of utility poles for temporary or permanent applications, generator panels, transfer switches and trailer hookups.
With specialized aerial equipment, we can repair lights more than 100' off the ground. We are able to install all types of light poles, from light aluminum to heavy concrete and can construct pole bases.
Electric Vehicle Charging Systems
We are experienced with EVCS charging stations and energy management system installations. We can supply and install Level 1, 2 or 3 stations at home or work.
Since 2015 we have replaced tens of thousands of fluorescent, incandescent, and HID lamps to LED both indoors and out. We work with Save-ON-Energy, and other programs to get you rebates on your installation.
Our team is proud to work with our recycling partners to ensure that end of life lamps make it to facilities to be properly managed. In 2018 alone, we have recycled over 3.5 KM of fluorescent tubes if you lay them end to end.
Brought power out to the gazebo for receptacles, recessed lighting, ceiling fan, speakers and radiant heater. All controlled by home automation system.
Replaced old pole top lights with energy efficient LED fixtures. The new lights make the stairs much brighter and consume less energy.
Dunnville Waterfront Park
Merlo Electric provided the main power into the new Dunnville farmers market, and install pathway/parking lot lighting for the Dunnville Waterfront Park.
The McQuesten Urban Farm recently added some shipping container greenhouses to their property. Merlo Electric was there to provide power to the lights and environmental controls.