We are your trusted Minnesota Electrician! We gladly serve the Twin Cities and all surrounding areas. When you call us, you can expect the best. Our goal is to provide each client with the best customer service experience they've ever had.

We are a full service residential electrical contracting company. No matter your electrical need, we can handle it! Any Residential Job... big or small, we're the electrician to call! Our electricians arrive to each job ready to complete the work right away!

All Bonafide Electric's electricians are licensed and trained electricians. We even require all our electricians to complete our own rigorous training program, along with passing a thorough background check and random drug tests.

Serviced Areas

  • Apple Valley MN, Burnsville MN, Eagan MN, Elko New Market MN, Farmington MN, Hastings MN, Inver Grove Heights MN, Lakeville MN, Northfield MN, Prior Lake MN, Rosemount MN, Savage MN, Shakopee MN

Payment Options

  • PayPal, Personal Checks

Contact Details

  City Dundas, MN
  Zip Code 55019
  Address 226 Spring Wheat Dr
  Phone Number (651) 689-3115

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Home Electrical Wiring in Eagan is something everyone must deal with, whether finding a MN electrician/electrical contractor for new construction, a remodeling project, or just providing electrical repair. Lights are flickering or blinking. This may represent a bad connection somewhere along the circuit. If the blink happens through much of the home, a wire connection in the panel could be the one causing all the trouble. Outlets are dead in bathrooms, garage, kitchen, or outdoors. The outlets in these areas have been required since the '80s to go dead by means of a Ground-fault circuit interrupter ("GFI" or "GFCI"), when it senses a problem that might shock you.

A: There are some people who market themselves as electricians, even though they hold no electrical license, nor have any formal electrical training. Some companies also use cheaper, unlicensed, unregistered help in order to save money in service positions (this is not legal, but sometimes happens). A: When hiring any contractor, it is a good idea to interview several, and do your homework. You may also want to ask for references from previous customers and search the Better Business Bureau's site to see if they have any complaints.