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Stop Drinking Bottled Water!

Concerned about what's in your drinking water? Well, you should be! While municipal drinking water in the U.S. is among the safest in t…

Started by H.O. Electric

1 Feb 25, 2014
Reply by James Roche

The Belmont Award Program has chosen H.O. Electric for the 2013 Belmont Awards in the Air Conditioning Contractors & Systems classification.

The Belmont Award Program recognizes outstanding local businesses that serve their local market. Each year, we identify companies that we b…

Started by H.O. Electric

0 Oct 1, 2013

Stop Drinking Bottled Water!

Concerned about what's in your drinking water? Well, you should be! While municipal drinking water in the U.S. is among the safest in t…

Started by H.O. Electric

0 Apr 15, 2013

H.O. Electric Opens Lexington, MA Location!

H.O. Electric is proud to announce the opening of their new office located at 97 Mass Ave in Lexington, MA. William Melvin, head of the H.O…

Started by H.O. Electric

0 Apr 24, 2012

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