EEU, Inc.

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E.E.U., Inc. was incorporated under the laws of the state of Georgia on December 23, 1987. Organization was completed and the business was officially opened on February 1, 1988.

This company is built upon many years of reliable engineering service experience. Founders and co-owners, Robert Olliff and Michael Carbo, have proven track records as former service engineers with Westinghouse Electric Corporation.

Mission Statement
E.E.U., Inc. is continuously evaluating our service and product divisions to achieve and maintain world class service while providing our employees with a positive, rewarding, and safe working environment.

Quality Statement
E.E.U., Inc. continuously strives to meet and exceed customer expectations while providing the highest quality service, product, and support in the most efficient and safest manner possible.

Our objectives are simple:
•To provide qualified filed service engineers and technicians to perform on-site testing inspections and repairs as needed for all manufacturers of electrical distribution equipment

•Provide the highest degree of professionalism and quality which can be obtained

•Ensure all work performed is in compliance with the National Electrical Testing Association

•Above all, ensure all work performed is done so in a manner which will be safe and in accordance with NEC and OSHA

E.E.U., Inc. offers prompt, efficient customer service. When your equipment is in need of service, repair or routine maintenance, we can deliver the right people with the right test equipment to solve your switchgear, transformer and engineering service needs.. We have been in business over 15 years and have earned a reputation for excellence from all our customers we service. Furthermore, E.E.U., Inc. has the in-house expertise to test and repair all major brands of switchgear, including Westinghouse, ITE, Square D, and others.


21 Telfair Place, Savannah, GA 31415
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