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It is with no small degree of pride that we can say that people from the prairies are a hardworking and industrious bunch. We make hay while the sun shines in the summer, and we continue to work hard all year round in the darkest winter months, because it takes more than a little frost and wind to slow us down. We at Quality Electric understand the hard work that it takes to keep a farm going, big or small. Life on the farm seems to be a constant degree of ups and downs, where even if there is a year of good weather it is always balanced out by broken equipment or troubled livestock.

Quality Electric wants to let you know that we are here to help ease some of the difficulties you may come across. With years of growing experience in the agricultural industry, we know how to help you get the most out of your farm. Harvest tends to arrive quickly leaving many unprepared with old and faulty equipment. Changing capacitors on bin fans as your trying to get the grain off the field can be a frustrating setback. Quality Electric has affordable solutions to get your old fans refurbished, with new controls, capacitors, motors, and a paint job so you can get many more years out of your equipment.

Teaming up with some of the hardware specialists like Phaedrus Automation and Dryer Master, Quality Electric has all the know-how and equipment to keep your grain dryer running smoothly. We offer a wide array of automated solutions so you can get the level of control from your dryer that you want, for a price that won’t leave you re-cooping for years. With  new entry level dryers running anywhere from $125,000-$150,000, reviving an old dryer from the back forty can be a much more preferable option. With competitive pricing on speed controlled motors, touch-screen control systems, automated moisture metering, and automated plenum temperature controllers, Quality Electric is ready to get your dryer in top shape for the upcoming season. 

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