Electric Norm’s owner, Phil Tussing, began his electrical career in 1968, when his father Norm Tussing started Electric Norm, Inc. and needed a shop boy.
Building on the love he developed for doing electrical work, Phil branched out to work for other companies and eventually returned to his father’s business as an electrical consultant, estimator and manager, eventually diversifying Electric Norm to include not only in-home residential electrical service, but solar systems and whole-house generators.
In 2002 Norm passed away and Phil purchased Electric Norm, Inc., and has been keeping homeowners safe ever since.
“The most important electrical work in the industry is right in your home,” says Phil. Our purpose, as a business, is to help you, the homeowner, keep your life and property safe from electrical injury or fire.”
Phil continues: “Most electrical fires and injuries are caused by neglect and omission. People do not realize that electrical systems require maintenance just like plumbing lines. Electrical systems wear out just like a home’s roof. It’s critical to keep your home safe with regular inspections and checkups to ensure everything’s safe and functional.”
Paying it Forward
Not everyone wanting to be an electrician can start on the ground floor as a shop boy for his dad. Today Electric Norm, Inc., helps to raise the next generation of electricians by participating on various apprenticeship councils as training agents, providing on-the-job training.
About our team
Only the best electricians get to wear our uniform, as we hire about one out of every 30 applicants who apply to work with us. Our team members are up-to-date on the latest code requirements and best practices, and of course, they’re drug-screened and background-checked.