Tammy and Ken Morningstar have given the community a reliable Electrical business with high quality service.

By Breanna Maye

Ken and Tammy Morningstar started Morningstar Electric in 2006 by combining a background in electricity for Ken and a career in management for Tammy. By combining these skills, the couple opened Morningstar Electric.
Morningstar offers services from minor repairs to complete rewiring which starts at just $49. Once a customer calls Morningstar, they can guarantee that the technicians will show up on time, in uniform, ready to serve and communicate with the customer throughout the entire service. “Our guarantee to you is that if you are not completely satisfied with the service experience you receive from our company, we will rush back to your location at no charge to make things right,” said the owners.
Tammy and Ken really value themselves on treating their customers with respect. Customers can be assured that they are being told the truth about what options they may have. The Morningstars have an immense passion for what they do, making their business one to “bank” on.  “We believe in being completely honest with our customers and will advise them of more cost effective alternatives when possible. Our customer’s complete satisfaction is of utmost importance to us,” tell the owners.
Morningstar Electric is always updating their knowledge on the latest codes to provide a safe instillation and repair.
The Morningstar’s encourage those who are looking to start their own business to get involved in the local Chamber of Commerce and then give back to the community.
Morningstar Electric can be found assisting at local charitable events and recently donated services to Rotary’s Camp Florida Flagpole beautification and appeared on an episode of DIY Television Yard Crashers.
The business is located at 506 Shamrock Rd. in Brandon and can be contacted at 892-4582.  Also, visit their Website for more information: www.MorningstarElectricLLC.com.

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Kate Quesada
Assignment Editor Kate Quesada started working at the Osprey Observer in 2004 after graduating from the University of South Florida with a masters degree in Mass Communications. Since then, she has held various positions at the paper and has been working as the assignment editor since January 2020. She lives in Lithia with her husband Mike and sons Dylan and Max and stays active in the community on school PTA boards and volunteering with local organizations.