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The Google Guarantee:
The Google Guarantee badge is available for businesses that pass a Google & Pinkerton background screening and qualification process.

What that means to you:
  • It gives the customer a piece of mind knowing that the Nipper Ownership & Electrical Team have been fully vetted by Google and is part of a list of licensed & qualified professionals that can be trusted to get the work done right the first time.
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  • 29 Apr 2021

    Don’t Miss Out on These 2021 Lighting Trends As summer quickly approaches and pandemic restrictions wind down, it’s time to start thinking about your outdoor entertainment areas. Spending summer evenings outdoors with friends is one of the most relaxing ways to ...

  • 15 Apr 2021

    Call Nipper Electric to Help You Childproof Your Home Preparing for the arrival of a new baby is incredibly exciting. As family and friends shower you with gifts and attention, you are likely thinking about all of the wonderful changes coming to your family unit. Wh...

  • 04 Apr 2021

    Update Your Surge Protection Before It’s Too Late Springtime is a special time of year in Virginia Beach. As the days begin to get longer and the weather gets warmer, citizens of Virginia Beach begin to shed their layers and head outside to soak up the sun, sand, ...

  • 23 Mar 2021
    Smart Home Services

    Technology never ceases to amaze, and it is projected to continue to amaze exponentially. Considering just how far phones have come in the past 20 years, it is impossible to grasp what will continue to happen in the next 20. We have so many great conveniences in the ...

  • 03 Mar 2021

    The phrase “creating a daisy chain” can bring some people back to their childhood. A popular summer pastime of weaving the stems of daisies together to create a perfect summer headpiece. This phrase is also used in the electrical world, but what it implies is not...

  • 16 Feb 2021

    Light switches seldom command any attention until they don’t work. We turn them on and off, day after day, assuming they last forever. Until the day you flip the switch, and it doesn’t work the way it is supposed to or not at all. So how do you know if it’s tim...