Since 1964, Buist Electric has been committed to “Raising the Standard” in the electrical industry. We are dedicated to the highest ethical standards and strive to put our employees’ needs first. This philosophy results in unparalleled productivity, competence, and service for you, our valued customers. It works.


    To honor God in all we do, consider employees' well-being as essential, provide customers with superior service, and to share our resources with those in need.


    Faith: We are guided by Biblical principles.
    Service to Others: We serve our co-workers, customers and community with passion, care and humility.
    Strong Work Ethic: We work with enthusiasm, dedication and a high standard of quality.
    Integrity: We are honest, trustworthy and dependable.
    Continuous Improvement: We are raising the standard of ethics, productivity, competence, creativity and service.


    TRUST IN THE LORD with all your heart and lean not on your own understanding; in all your ways acknowledge Him, and He will make your paths straight. Proverbs 3:5-6 (ESV)


    On December 29, 2005, Buist Electric became an employee owned company. Each employee shares in the rewards of being part of a successful organization.


We are who we are today, because of our employees.


“Values start at the top. I've seen plenty of examples of honesty and hard work but I think it's caring for other people which has become one of the biggest values of our company.” Shaun


“Through the whole system there is trust in every aspect - from the person who gets the job to the estimator to the project manager and then we as foreman have to go out and do the job. That's what trust is - leaning on each other. ” Rolando


“There are many opportunities given to our employees to grow personally. We are equipping them with the tools and materials to do that. ” Kim


“I've always liked working for Buist. Buist is not just about its bottom line and its company. It's always been what they do for the community - for their neighbors.” Alex

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