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Smith Electric & Associates

We have the experience, manpower, equipment and knowledge to help you plan, design and complete your project on time and under budget.

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Our Services

Our service department consists of a number of service trucks in Mobile & Baldwin counties on standby, ready to handle most any call. All of our vehicles are radio dispatched to increase their speed to the site.

Trouble Shooting & Repair

Diagnosis of home electrical problems


Repair, Install, or Remove interior and exterior lighting.

Breakers & Fuses

An incorrectly wired and configured electrical panel is dangerous. Our licensed professionals can ensure your circuit breakers and electrical work is set to code, keeping you safe and protected. Contact us today if you are in need of residential or commercial installation or repairs.

Auger Hole Drilling

The auger sizes range from 9″ to 48″, up to 15′ deep. We require at least 48 hours notice on all auger drilled holes that will require a line locate.

Electrical Outlets & GFCI's

Replacing plugs or switches can be dangerous. For your safety, you can always count on us for all of your electrical wiring jobs- including replacing outlets and switches. If you are ever concerned about any of the electrical services in your home, do not hesitate to call us.

Home Inspection

We offer on-site commercial and residential inspections. Be assured your projects are safe from start to finish and that your home is hazard-free with an inspection performed by our qualified team.

Making the switch to LED lighting?

Answer the following questions on your current lighting usage, plus the LED replacement, to calculate your savings.

Number of fixtures to be replaced units
Old fixture (to be replaced)
Incandescent / Halogen: 1,250 hours
Metal Halide: 6,000 hours
Fluorescent/CFL: 8,000 hours
Pulse Start Metal Halide (PSMH): 15,000 hours
High Pressure Sodium (HPS): 20,000 hours
LED fixture (new fixture)
LED: 50,000 hours
Energy rate (electricity cost)
The average residential price of electricity in the U.S. in 2015 was 12.66¢/kWh.
To find the price per kWh (Kilo Watt hour) for your state and sector, check your energy bill or go to the EIA website.
Hours of operation
Other factors (optional) Labor cost for relamping:


About Us

We offer commercial, residential, and light industrial electrical work.

The commercial and residential service departments are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for emergency calls. Our work ranges from restaurants, office space, educational buildings, shopping centers, banks, new residences, water treatment facilities, retirement facilities, hospitals, doctors offices, apartment complexes, and many others.

We have a bucket truck, derrick truck, trenchers, core driller, saw cutting machine, and many other pieces of equipment on hand to expedite our work

  • Serving the Gulf Coast since 1992
  • Family Owned and Operated
  • 24/7 Emergency Service
  • 251-471-4723

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Meet The Owners

Smith Electric and Associates began operations in 1992 with four employees and currently employs around 44 electricians, helpers and office personnel. Terrell K. Smith is President and part owner of the company. John M. Little is vice-president and also part owner.

Terrell K. Smith

Part owner and President

Born November 17, 1954, and is married with two children. Graduated from B.C. Raines High School in 1973 and received his first training in the electrical field while serving in the United States Coast Guard. Further electrical courses were taken at Southwest State Technical College and Bessemer State Technical College. He served in the apprenticeship program in Birmingham, Alabama, while working for Metro Electric Company receiving journeyman’s care in 1979.

John M. Little, Jr.

Part owner and Vice-President

Born September 8, 1953, and is married with two children. He attended Baldwin County High School and completed his pre-apprentice program at Pensacola College. Since 1992 he has been the general superintendent over construction, which includes, but is not limited to the attached contract work list. He is in good health with hobbies of hunting fishing, flying small aircraft and sky diving. He is also qualified to operate several different types of heavy equipment.

Pricing Table

Our service department consist of a number of service trucks in Mobile & Baldwin counties on standby, ready to handle most any call. All of our vehicles are radio dispatched to increase their speed to the site. See a list of companies we regulary perform maintenance for below. We have 24 hour emergency call availability, seven days a week and offer free estimates on new installations Tuesday through Friday during regular business hours. Rates below include a well stocked service truck with an electrician and an apprentice. We require at least 48 hours notice on all auger drilled holes that will require a line locate.

  • $90 per hour
    Mobile County
  • 7:00am– 3:30pm Monday thru Friday
  • $135 per hour after hours or weekends
  • 24/7 SUPPORT
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  • $120 per hour
    Small Bucket Truck
  • 7:00am – 3:30pm Monday thru Friday
  • 2 Hour Minimum
  • 24/7 SUPPORT
  • Call Now

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Save Money During The Summer Months

Here are several ways to save energy and help your cooling systems to work less and to handle rising temperatures during the summer months.

Set your thermostat on the highest comfortable setting if you are leaving for the day. Don’t turn your system off unless you’ll be gone for an extended period of time.

Clean or change your filters monthly to keep your system running at peak performance.

Use a ceiling fan or portable fan. A fan can make you feel three to four degrees cooler so you can set your thermostat a few degrees higher and save on cooling costs.

Switch your central air conditioning to “auto” for better cooling and humidity control bill versus keeping the system switched “on” continuously.

Close blinds, drapes and shades during the hottest part of the day to keep the sun’s rays from heating your house.

Promptly repair your air conditioning system if it’s not cooling properly. An inefficient unit can lead to extremely high bills. Plus, you could qualify for a Duke Energy Progress rebate.

Closely monitor older air conditioning equipment – especially temperature settings, hours of operation and filter condition.

Use your microwave or countertop appliances for cooking instead of the oven or stove.

Properly insulate your home. In existing homes, wall insulation may be too expensive to install, so concentrate on attic and floor insulation.

Ceiling: R-30

Wall: R-11 to R-19

Floor: R-19

These small changes and adjustments can save you money and keep your cooling system from over working itself.

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Solar Power Energy Savings

A key factor for many homeowners in selecting solar power is cost effectiveness. We evaluate solar panels based on “financial efficiency”, or the cost of the energy the solar panels on homes will produce over their lifetime (cost per kilowatt hour produced). Our relationships with top home solar panel manufacturers give us access to high performance, high quality products at volume discount prices. Specifically, SolarCity has chosen solar panels that have among the industry’s highest energy production performance in real world operating conditions. This means with SolarCity, for every Watt of system size you pay for, you get more energy production. This further improves the financial efficiency and your return on investment.

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Big Ass Approach To Lighting

Big Ass Light’s lineup of LED fixtures combines precision engineering with top-quality materials. Their durable extruded aluminum housing is built for challenging environments and with a thermodynamic design that quickly dissipates heat to ensure the LEDs last longer. In fact, the LEDs are predicted to maintain at least 70 percent of their initial output for 150,000 hours. A patent-pending lumen maintenance tray allows for easy cleaning and optimal light distribution. The fixture is also designed to be the last you’ll ever buy, as the components can be easily swapped out in the future. Big Ass Light is certified to UL and CSA standards. We’re so confident Big Ass Light LEDs are the perfect answer to your lighting needs that we will let you try our fixtures free for 60 days. If you’re not completely satisfied, send them back with no questions asked. Once you see the difference our brilliant LEDs make, nothing less will do. Big Ass Light, there’s just No Equal.

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Contact Info

Smith Electric & Associates
2570 Halls Mill Rd
Mobile, AL 36606
P: 251-471-4723