Nickle donates $4,260 to Delaware Veterans Trust Fund

Nickle Electrical Companies and its employees donated $4,260 to the Friends of Delaware Veterans, Inc. to support the organization’s trust fund, which provides financial assistance to veterans for health care

There is a total of 73 Nickle Electrical Elite members and many were honored at a dinner party on November 3 at Dover Downs for their long-time commitment to the

Inspirational Business Quotes

Are you ever sitting at your desk in need of some inspiration? Motivation? Support? Maybe you’re a business owner and you just can’t seem to put into words the message

Nickle Electrical named a Top Workplace in Delaware

Nickle Electrical has been awarded a 2017 Top Workplace honor by The News Journal. The Top Workplaces list is based on the results of an employee feedback survey administered by

Lightning strike myths, facts, and protection

While thunderstorms put on a good summer show, they can be deadly, as lightning is very hard to predict. Lightning strikes are one of the leading weather-related causes of death

Why you should have one-on-one meetings

One-on-one meetings are an essential part of being a great leader. You may think you already have too many meetings, so why schedule even more with every single direct report

Wearing proper personal protective equipment on a job site

Construction sites pose a number of potential dangers and personal protective equipment is one way to protect yourself from these hazards. Every piece is designed to minimize the risk of

Surge Protection Video

Service Manager Scott Estep talks about surges and how to protect your home and devices from these dangerous spikes in electricity.

Nickle presented with Outstanding Service Award by DACCTE

Nickle Electrical Companies was recognized for providing exemplary service and contributions to the field of career and technical education. The Delaware Advisory Council on Career and Technical Education honored the

Protect your quaint home from old wiring

Old or historical homes are sometimes attractive to potential home buyers, with quaint features and old-world charm. Unfortunately, along with them comes a very dangerous element – an antiquated electrical