Our Mission

To bring value to our customers on every job, while providing a healthy, safe and rewarding environment for our employees, as they work and provide for their families.


Pitt Electric was founded in 1981 and provides commercial electrical services throughout the eastern half of North Carolina. We've worked hard to build a reputation as one of the most dependable electrical contractors working in eastern North Carolina. Our reputation and the demand for our services have enabled us to grow from our corporate headquarters in Greenville, NC to additional branches in the Raleigh area (Garner) and in Wilmington.

Commitment to Employees, Customers and Community

Our commitment to our customers and employees is made clear in our mission statement. While customers are mentioned first, it's really been our commitment to our employees that has enabled us to be so successful during our nearly 40 years in business. We seek to find motivated, reliable people who take great care and pride in their craft and then we put them in position to do their best work.

Safety is our most important goal. We take no shortcuts and we make sure that everybody that works for us and with us understands that. Our procedures and processes place a heavy emphasis on safety. We factor safety significantly into our planning to make sure we consider all possible hazards and special situations.

For our customers our team is committed to performing high quality work at competitive rates on their schedule. Of course, we will never compromise safety to meet a deadline, but we understand that almost every project we work on includes important benchmarks that must be met on a timely basis. As the electrical contractor on the project, we seek out to make the general contractor look great by delivering on our promises of great service and timeline adherence.

And finally, and maybe most importantly, our commitment to community started in our early days in Greenville and continues in all of our branches today. We work closely with community colleges, high schools and trade schools in eastern North Carolina to help them in their efforts to train up future trades people. We join them to talk about the value of the trades and answer any questions they have. We invite them to participate in our Apprenticeship Program. In addition, we support several local organizations and work on many local infrastructure projects, including schools, municipal buildings and water treatment plants.