Company Overview

Since it was established by Leon Armour over forty years ago, Armour & Sons Electric, Inc. has grown from a small home-based business to the large, multi-million dollar corporation that it is today. But our expansion didn't happen overnight—we built the company slowly and efficiently, never sacrificing quality for the sake of versatility or profit. For each new division we've added over the years, we've hired the most knowledgeable and dedicated leaders along with the most talented technicians.

Most importantly, with Ray, Rick, and Ken Armour still at the helm, this family-owned and operated business has never lost sight of its primary goal: to build long-lasting customer relationships by providing exceptional service and quality workmanship. From the time we estimate a project to the completion of the final punch list, we are conscientious and reliable, with our clients' needs always in mind.

Latest News

New Web Site launched

Armour & Sons Electric, Inc. is proud to announce the launch of their new web site in May of 2011. The site's redesign includes new areas of information for customers old and new.

Our Divisions

Energy Solutions

    Power Control
  • Energy Efficient Transformers
  • Power Factor Correction
  • Recycling
  • VFD
  • Load Shedding
  • Power Link
  • Power Monitoring & Power Quality
  • Standby Generators
  • Audit Payback Analysis
  • Power Logic
  • Education & Training
  • Reporting
  • Daylight Harvest
  • High Performance Fluorescents
  • LED
  • Occupancy Sensors
  • Energy Audits
  • Lamps
  • Lower Consumption Fixtures
  • Payback Analysis

Commercial & Industrial

    Noteworthy Projects
  • Merrill Lynch at Southfields
  • Princeton University Bloomberg Dormitory & Lawrence Apartments
  • Montgomery High School
  • Trenton War Memorial
  • Franklin Institute
  • Kraft: Philadelphia Nabisco Factory
  • Trenton Rail Station
  • AE Polysilicon KIPC Manufacturing Plant
  • University of Pennsylvania Hospital Linear Accelerator


    Noteworthy Projects
  • New Jersey Emergency Operations Center
  • College of New Jersey Arts Building
  • Bristol K-8 School
  • GMAC Fort Washington
  • Bristol Myers Squibb Hopewell
  • Certified Communications division with BICSI, RCDD on staff
  • PA Sunshine Approved Contractor

Emergency Services

  • Service outages—from 120V to 34KV
  • Telecommunications
  • Fire alarm systems
  • Traffic signals
  • Underground locating

Traffic Signalization

    Noteworthy Projects
  • Newtown Sycamore Streetscape Project
  • Bristol Borough Ornamental Traffic Signals
  • Upper Merion Closed Loop System for PennDOT Traffic Control Center
  • Bristol Township Route 413 Ornamental Lighting & Traffic Signal Project
  • City of Bethlehem Closed Loop System
  • Collegeville Borough Traffic Signal & Ornamental Street Lighting Project