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East Williston Electrical Services

From Haines Electric In Nassau County

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With roots stretching back centuries, East Williston is a bustling community where proud residents proudly uphold traditions and celebrate their shared history.

At Haines Electric, we provide unbeatable service to homes and businesses in East Williston. Our unique job-based pricing model helps you save money on repairs while still enjoying the highest quality workmanship – leaving you stress free and satisfied!

Why Trust Haines Electric?

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Haines Electric is proud to provide exemplary electrical services to the community of East Williston in Nassau County, NY. Located within the Town of North Hempstead, this village has a population of 2,556 as per the 2010 census and offers a unique blend of suburban and rural life. We have been providing residents with reliable electrical work for over 50 years and are committed to continuing our service.

At Haines Electric, we stand behind each project we complete and guarantee quality craftsmanship every time. With us on the job, you can count on safe, dependable electrical service that’s backed by decades of experience in East Williston and Nassau County. Contact us today for superior customer service, competitive prices, and superior results!

In the 1800s, the Willis family owned much of what is known today as East Williston. Spanning from Queens to Herricks Road in the west and all way up to I.U Willets Road in north-central Long island, this area encompassed Mineola Village stretching down south before ending at Bacon Rd on Old Westbury’s eastern boundary line.

East Williston’s unique name came to be in 1879, when locals petitioned the U.S. Postal Service for their own post office – yet an already existing community with the same name meant a distinguished title was necessary! To differ themselves and avoid confusion, “East” was added on to become East Williston; this village now stands alongside its neighbor of today,Williston Park.