We specialize in responding effectively to our customers’ needs

We have the capability and flexibility to handle all types and sizes of projects. Our electricians can perform a variety of functions such as installation of all types of machinery controls, site and machine specific control wiring, on site design of all types of power and control installations, service upgrades of all sizes, machine and power relocations, emergency service and troubleshooting, as well as handling a variety of variable frequency drives, electric motors, safety equipment, control panels, and all types of electrical testing.


Our Mission

Whether an emergency breakdown, new construction, renovation or expansion of our plant or worksite, let our team of highly trained and certified electricians help build and complete your project to specifications and on schedule.


Safety, Quality, Pride, Professional Development, Innovation


           Industrial automation upgrades including new design, retro fits, machine refurbishing/rebuilding, new whole plant installation (concrete, asphalt, mining, ect.), control solutions, troubleshooting of all types of equipment and machines, troubleshooting of relay logic, troubleshooting of PLC control systems, design and building of control panels of any size and application, control changes to existing equipment and systems, certified in variable frequency drive startups and commissioning of multiple brands, variable frequency drive installations, replacements, and sizing. AC and DC motor troubleshooting and meggering, integration and installation, troubleshooting of DC and AC drives, troubleshooting of AC soft starters, troubleshooting and installation of SCR controllers, new electrical construction, additions to existing electrical distribution systems, electrical service upgrades, preventative maintenance programs, machine moving/unwire and move, and process consulting.

D. Anchor Electric, LLC is a licensed contractor in the state of Connecticut.

Failure is central to engineering. Every single calculation that an engineer makes is a failure calculation. Successful engineering is all about understanding how things break or fail.
— Henry Petroski