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Primary Electrical Supply
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Come visit us on June 2nd from 10-1 for Leviton Counter Day!
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We will be closed Thursday 10/26 & Friday 10/27 for Thanksgiving.

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Primary Electrical Supply & King Electric Team Up to Donate Electric Heaters & Thermostats to Habitat for Humanity of Suffolk.

 We are proud to support Habitat for Humanity of Suffolk and ReStore with their mission to empower families to achieve their dreams of home ownership.

#habitatforhumanity
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We will be closed Monday September 7th for Labor Day

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Gardner Bender Wifi eTEQ Inspection Camera is ideal for surveying pipes, air ducts and other hard-to-reach places. It supports WiFi transmission and recording of both video and still pictures. Features include a waterproof LED lens and real-time recording.

-WiFi transmission supports iPhone, iPad and Android phones
-Allows for easy surveying of small, hard-to-reach places
-Video recording and photo capture capability
-Adjustable brightness on lens-mounted LED light
-Three useful accessories included: hook, mirror and magnet

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We now accept Apple Pay!
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Primary Electrical Supply completes LED lighting upgrades!
We have upgraded our entire facility to LED lighting. Energy savings are expected to amount to a 55,000+ kilowatt hour (kWh) reduction in electricity use and significant savings in energy and maintenance costs per year.

‪Thank you #‎conEdison‬ Green Team, ‪#‎PhillipsLED‬ & ‪#‎RABLighting‬

Call us @ 718-441-1234 and see how we can help reduce your energy cost
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What's your Kelvin?

LED & CFL ENERGY STAR certified bulbs are available in a wide variety of shades of light, ranging from yellowish, to white, to bluish white light, which allows you to customize the mood of your space. 

Higher color temperatures (5,000 K or more) are called cool colors which appear blue-white. Mid-range color temperatures (3,500 - 4,100 K) look bright white. Lower color temperatures (2700K-3000K) are called warm colors and range from red to yellowish-white in tone. 

Check the chart and pick the right Kelvin for your project!
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