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Business Briefs

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Freedom Electric & Lighting

By Deb Risden

Joe Wolff started Freedom Electric & Lighting in the summer of 2023 with 22 years of experience under his belt as an electrician. The company specializes in a wide range of electrical services, including troubleshooting, service upgrades, sub-panels, basement finishes, additions and remodels, hot tubs and kitchen remodels. He also does interior and exterior commercial lighting.

“I had wanted to start my own business for about 15 years,” Wolff said.

“We do anything having to do with lighting, including installing new lights, replacing lights, ceiling fans and high bay lights.”

The company’s latest venture is installing solar systems for both solar farms and residential customers. “We partnered with a great solar company called Energy Unleashed,” Wolff said. “We will submit plans into Pikes Peak Regional, work with power companies and ensure everything is up and running and passing inspections for the owner. We work together to save the homeowner money.”

Wolff, his wife and two sons, age 12 and 20, moved to Falcon from Pennsylvania about nine years ago. Wolff said they had never visited Colorado but always wanted to live here. “We wanted a fresh start and felt our kids would have more opportunity here than in Pennsylvania.” Wolff researched the area and learned there was enough business for electricians. Their oldest son is an electrician apprentice working with his dad. He plans to become a licensed electrician in about two years.

After Wolff moved to Colorado, a customer who lives on the eastern plains called him “the people’s electrician,” a name that stuck. Wolff and his son strive to help people in need of electrician services. “My son and I would sometimes hear of military families in dire need of help, and we would do everything we could to help them,” he said. “They paid for the materials and we would provide free labor. We continue to do that as much as we can for military and other families who need the help.”

Wolff offers same-day service along with Saturday and evening appointments for families who have to work late. He said they try to save customers time and money. “We come in and we have the ability to get the customer taken care of in a timely manner with no hassles, no additional problems and no additional costs.”

The company’s service area reaches beyond the eastern plains. They will travel as far as 50 miles north to service the southern Denver communities, from Colorado Springs west to Woodland Park and south to Pueblo.

When not serving his customers, Wolff coaches his youngest son’s youth football team. He also enjoys hunting and fishing.

“We want to offer the best customer service experience, quality and expertise in the electrical field,” Wolff said. “Our customers know they can trust us, and we’re here to help them with whatever they need.”

Freedom Electric can be reached at 719-437-7802.

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