February 3, 2020 – Los Angeles, CA – ACO Temporary Power, Inc., a premier temporary electrical power service company, invites local general contractors and businesses in the Southern California region to take advantage of their exceptional temporary electrical service options. A family-owned and operated company in business since 1989, ACO Temporary Power serves customers in Los Angeles County, Orange County, and Ventura County with a wide range of temporary power needs, such as temporary power poles. Providing excellent customer service, professionally installed equipment, and prompt service, ACO Temporary Power works to exceed the expectations of each customer and aims to grow their client base in 2020 and beyond.
“When we started ACO Temporary Power more than three decades ago, we had a very simple but important goal — to provide our customers with quality equipment and an exceptional level of service,” said Cheryl Burns, owner of ACO Temporary Power. “Now in 2020, we continue to dedicate our business to forming successful partnerships with our customers throughout the construction process, professionally installing affordable yet top-of-the-line equipment like power poles, and making sure our clients’ power is always on. As a trusted resource for thousands of customers since 1989, we invite new and returning customers to call us today and receive a free temporary electrical service estimate.”
ACO Temporary Power’s team has the experience and knowledge to provide customers with the best temporary power solution to fit any size project. As a small family business, they can provide personalized service, yet it is large enough to complete jobs on time and within budget. Included among ACO’s key services are overhead and underground systems (inclusive of the popular temporary power pole rentals), trailer connections, lighting systems, project design, and permit pulling.
With the permit pulling service, customers can save time and instead depend on ACO’s permit expeditor to process city permits and utility connection fees on their behalf, typically a very time-consuming process. The service includes the appropriate City Building and Safety Temporary Power permits, Southern California Edison, and the Department of Water and Power application requirements. ACO promptly follows up as necessary to make sure that the temporary power pole is energized by the utility company in a timely manner.
For more information, visit www.acotemporarypower.com.