FIRST established in Torre del Mar in 1969, founder Jose Alcuza Pino brought the light along with many sought-after products and better service to the local clientele.
Now 40 years on, the company has evolved into something even bigger as the extensive range of electrical equipment and attentive service has earned them recognition further afield.
Clients can be confident that they can purchase anything, from as small as a light bulb to the most high-tec communication systems for the home.
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At Pino Electricidad, Raul and his staff are always on hand to give good advice due to their in-depth product knowledge. As we are now entering the cooler months, they have some very attractive offers in store; you can also view them online at the website address below. Some products that are excellent value for money include low consumption radiators starting from only €79.95 and heaters that can be bought at an amazing price of only €9.95. Ceramic heaters are also a popular range as they are designed to save space and are energy saving; you can now purchase these for only €28.95.
Other items come with very competitive price tags, including lamps and LED lighting. Exterior lighting is also available complete with LED formats at only €9.95, and there is a good choice of ultra bright technological LEDs for the home. All ranges carry the seal of approval as the trusted makes include Braun, Osram, Bosch and many others.
To see more of their great value for money products, you will find Pino Electricidad on C/Custodio Puga, 9A – 29740 – Torre del Mar – Tel: 952 540 392 or visit the website at www.pinoelectricidad.es
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