Aberdeen, MD, January 4, 2021: Patrick Newton has been named the new VP of Benfield Electric’s Commercial Division. After 43 years as VP of Commercial, Bruce Pindell is retiring from Benfield Electric Co. “I have no doubt that not only will Pat do an exceptional job heading up the department.” ~Greg Benfield “Pat has always … Continued
Aberdeen, MD, December 31, 2020: After 43 years as VP of Commercial, Bruce Pindell is retiring from Benfield Electric Co.
Today marks One-Year of No Lost-Time Accidents for Benfield Electric Co.
Safety is of utmost importance for Benfield Employees and starts from the top down. “I am extremely proud of this achievement. Our greatest concern is the safety of our employees”, says Greg Benfield, President of Benfield Electric.
half of all home heating fires occur during the months of December, January, and February. If you plan to use a space heater this fall, be sure to find a model that remains cool to the touch to avoid burn risk and invest in one with an auto shut-off feature in case the unit is tipped over or overheats. Turn it off and unplug your space heater before you leave the room or head to bed.
Benfield Electric, a Maryland-based, family-owned and operated electrical contractor, is pleased to announce the hire of Amanda Uhlhorn as its new Controller.
It with great sadness that we share the passing of our beloved Patty Benfield, a founding member of our company, and loving mother to our owner, Greg Benfield. We are deeply saddened by the loss of such an influential member of our family here at Benfield Electric. Patricia will be remembered not only for her … Continued
Attention ALL homeowners – do you know what a panel inspection is and why it’s important for the safety of your home? A panel inspection most likely isn’t the first thing that comes to mind when you’re buying, maintaining or selling your house, but it should be! An electrical panel, also known as a panelboard … Continued
ABERDEEN, Md. (December 7, 2017)— Benfield Electric announced today it will sponsor Aspire, a new workforce development program from the Harford County nonprofit, Linking All So Others Succeed (LASOS, Inc.). The Aspire program is designed to assist at-risk youth in Harford County through an alternative high school education experience and internship placement for individuals age … Continued