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Contact Provident Electric

You rely on electricity every day for your needs at home and at work. At Provident Electric, our trusted electrical contractors are here to help you with comprehensive electrical services near Frederick, including electrical repair, generator repair, home office wiring, and commercial electrical services. You can reach a master residential or commercial electrician for personalized advice and service today by calling 301-620-2227.

4253 Old National Pike, Suite 1
Middletown, MD 21769


Hours of Operation
Monday: 7:00 AM – 4:30 PM
Tuesday: 7:00 AM – 4:30 PM
Wednesday: 7:00 AM – 4:30 PM
Thursday: 7:00 AM – 4:30 PM
Friday: 7:00 AM – 4:30 PM
Saturday & Sunday: Estimates By Appointment

We Provide 24/7 Emergency Service

Driving Directions

From the West

If you are traveling from the city of Middletown, use Main Street to get to our new location. Travel Southeast on Main Street and continue onto Old National Pike #1 / ALT 40. From the city center of Middletown, we are located only 1.5 miles away. Our office is on the right side of the roadway just before the intersection of Hollow Road.

From the East

If you are traveling from Braddock Heights or further East, you will use ALT 40 / Old National Pike #1 to travel Northwest toward the city of Middletown. You’ll pass the Middletown United Methodist Church on the left before arriving at our location just past the intersection of Hollow Road. Our office is on the left hand side of the road.

4253 Old National Pike, Middletown, MD, USA

About Our City

The city of Frederick began at a crossroads between Native American and Colonial routes of travel. Frederick sprang up around 1745, shortly after the nearby settlement of Monocacy was abandoned. In 1742, Frederick became the seat of Frederick County, growing to become an important center for both commerce and the justice system. During the Civil War, Frederick became Maryland’s capital for a brief time during 1861.

Today, Frederick covers nearly 60 square miles and is home to a population of more than 65,000. It is Maryland’s second largest city, and a major cultural center, home to the Frederick Arts Council, the Maryland Ensemble Theatre, and the Frederick Symphony Orchestra.