Our physical headquarters are located in Mint Hill, NC,  near the eastern Charlotte Area, between Matthews and UNCC area off I-485.

We offer special services to multiple areas throughout North Carolina and will travel further at the request of a regular service customer.

Our normal day-to-day operations serve within a 50 mile radius of the Charlotte area.


We are Fully Insured At Many Different Levels

General Liability  -   Worker’s Compensation

 Fleet Auto and Contents Coverage



We provides professional installation and repair service

at competitive rates and 24/7 emergency repair service

is available to current regular, existing customers. Our

electricians are certified, licensed technicians, qualified

mechanics, and travel with trained apprentice helpers.

We are OSHA approved and a safety program is

headed by our  ‘Director of Safety’ staff  position.


In daily operations, we focus on running a clean environment.  We have a solid, core customer base and

references are available upon your request. Our electricians and staff participate strongly in the "Continued Education"

for NC State license compliance. We focus on the business for long range stability and controlled growth.

We promote and purchase only "American Made" products and materials.




Most often an electrical malfunction in a residence is due to a recent surge, a loose connection or an overload.  Sometimes it can be a

distribution issue with the power company.  We can help by sending a trained service professional to check things out to make the repair

and offer guidance for your electrical system moving forward. Don't hesitate to give us a call if you need any help.


Homeowners  –  Landlords  -   Replace Light Fixtures  –  Add Recess Lights  –  LED Recess Retrofits

Add Ceiling Fans  –  Bath Exhaust Fans  –  Attic Fans  –  Appliance Connections  –  New Circuits

Check GFCIs and AFCI Circuitry  –  Exterior Lighting


Call 704-870-7293 or Email Info@SayeElectric.com to Arrange for a Repair Service Call – We Are Here to Be of Service