Owner Tony Zack, a master electrician, has lived in the Georgetown and Conway, S.C., areas for much of his life, with a small hiatus in Florence and Hartsville, where he met his wife, Stacey, and then brought her back to his hometown of Conway.

Zack’s electrical experience was first sparked in 1995, when he began working for manufacturers, supply houses and electrical contractors. Nearly a decade later, Zack joined Omni Electric in Horry County. And in 2010, Zack began his franchise journey by first opening Mister Sparky in Myrtle Beach, followed by Ben Franklin Plumbing in 2015. Today, when Zack isn’t hard at work serving customers with electrical and plumbing needs, he enjoys spending quality time with his wife and two children, Bubby and Sissy, on the water in our coastal backyard.

Zack leads a team of expert electricians in Myrtle Beach that are guaranteed to be:

  • Skilled professionals. Not only do we hire staff that are already certified electricians, they are required to take continuing education classes and seminars and need to be tested on their skills and craftsmanship before they wear the Mister Sparky uniform.
  • On time. If our electrician isn’t on time, your service call is free, guaranteed (up to $1,000).
  • Friendly professionals. If our electrician isn’t friendly and courteous (no smoking or cursing), treating your home as they would their own, your service call is free.
  • Clean. We require our electricians to wear shoe covers inside your home and to clean up before they leave your home. If they don’t follow this protocol, your service call is free.
  • Drug tested. Mister Sparky mandates extensive background checks before our electricians are hired, as well as random drug tests while employed.

Give Mister Sparky of Myrtle Beach a call at 843-213-6610 to make an appointment to resolve any of your electrical needs – in locations from the Grand Strand into North Carolina. We’re standing by to bring your electrical problem back to life.

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