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LOVE YOUR HOME AGAIN Blog Series

Warm & Welcome—On a Budget We’re still a month out from spring, and February tends to drag. Unless you’re a Mardi Gras or St. Valentine enthusiast, the month holds few enticements—and we never know how to dress. If you are spending the month of love hiding indoors to wait out the weather, it’s the perfect […]


PROJECT 1: Rollout Kitchen Storage

Custom Pullout Shelving Solutions Our February project brings some Valentine’s month love to the heart of your home. Your kitchen is for gathering, baking and savoring—and updated shelving makes cooking and cleanup a pleasure. After completing this month’s project, you won’t need to envy the fingertip convenience of custom cabinets or go through the ordeal […]


Veterans Day & Military Family Appreciation

Give Thanks for Military Members & Their Families Cooler weather and blazing autumn foliage have many Hunterdon County residents thinking about the holidays. Thanksgiving is still a few weeks away, but local families can remember and thank our country’s veterans and their families during the entire month of November! Veterans Day, an observance marking the […]


Be a Hunterdon County Fire Safety Hero

Fire Preparedness Saves Lives While October ushers in autumn’s blazing colors, the National Fire Prevention Association reminds families about the importance of home fire safety. October is National Fire Prevention Month, and Fire Prevention Week is October 6-12. Bringing fire safety awareness to the forefront, this year’s campaign theme, “Not every hero wears a cape. […]


Back-to-School Productivity Tips for NJ Families

Proper home lighting makes it easier for students to do homework productively.


Maglio Electric Employee Spotlight

Meet Justine Maglio-Wardell, Office Manager & Customer Service Guru As Maglio Electric’s cheerful phone voice and multi-tasking office whiz, Justine Maglio-Wardell has worked alongside her dad for over a decade. Together, the two have grown his family-owned company into a Hunterdon County mainstay.  “We’ve been in business since 1980, and we’ve seen the economy bring […]


Maglio Electric Employee Spotlight

Meet Tony Maglio, Company Owner & Licensed Electrical Contractor Curiosity got the best of Tony Maglio when he stuck a key into a wall socket as a young child. “I burned up the key and got thrown across the room,” he recalls. “When I was a little older, I was playing around with a TV […]


ASK MAGLIO: NJ Summer Storm Safety

How Dangerous Is Lightning, Really? Nothing ruins family pool day like severe thunderstorm warnings. We know lightning is a hazard, but just how dangerous is it? Most of us know there’s a slim chance we’ll be hit, so we avoid postponing barbecues, outdoor parties or tennis matches. Before you let your guard down, keep basic lightning […]


Maglio Electric Is Hiring Electrical Technicians

Join Our Team of Professional Electricians  With a tradition of service spanning four decades, Maglio Electric provides residential and commercial installation, wiring repair and safety inspections to Hunterdon County customers. To support our company’s continued growth, we are on the lookout for dedicated electrical technicians to join the Maglio family. Team members benefit from being […]


Manage Scorching Summer Heat With an Attic Exhaust Fan

Low-Tech Fans Protect Your AC Investment & Save Energy The last gasps of cold weather will soon be only a memory. Spring has arrived in New Jersey, and homeowners are prepping for warmer weather: putting up the porch swing, uncovering patio furniture and getting the pool ready for summer. Many people are also cleaning AC filters […]


Satisfied Clients

Building Lifelong Relationships

“The electricians at Maglio Electric were professional and knowledgeable. They were prompt and did an amazing job solving all my electrical issues. I would highly recommend!” Jan H. Warren, NJ
“Maglio Electric is the best. Family run, supports the community. They are very professional and the quality is top-notch. Not only do I trust them with my house; they also take care of our firehouse.” Dan V. Asbury, NJ