If you are looking for a reliable Inglewood electrician, look no further. Give us a call @ (206) 227-3237. Get a compentent certified master electrician at your door.
The high level of expertise of our electricians is something you can count on. There is nothing like a local electrician in Inglewood WA, who can be there when you need him/her.
Inglewood, Washington was ranked 25th out of the 522 regions that were ranked in Washington State, based on income per capita. Inglewood is located in King County and had a population of 22,707 according to the census that was taken in 2010. In 2011, Inglewood was mostly annexed into neighboring Kirkland. There are many different attractions for visitors and their families to experience in and around Inglewood. At the Seattle Art Museum, located in nearby Seattle, Washington, visitors and their families can view objects, artifacts, and exhibits that explore the dynamic connections between the present and the past across all cultures and across all time. The Seattle Asian Art Museum is located within the Seattle Art museum and contains a world renowned collection of Himalayan, Southeast Asian, Korean, Chinese, and Japanese art. Some visitors and their families might want to pay their respects to, what many people consider, to be the greatest martial artists of all time at the Lake View Cemetery, located in nearby Seattle Washington. These great martial artists are, of course, Bruce Lee and his son Brandon Lee. Visitors and their families can also take a tour of Safeco Field, home of the Seattle Mainers. This tour includes the press box, the clubhouse, the field, and the dugout. If the visitor and their families are at Safeco field, they might even get to watch the Seattle Mariners in action playing baseball. This Major League Baseball Field offers breathtaking sunsets over Puget Sound and sweeping views of the downtown skyline of Seattle.
In the daytime, visitors and their families will delight at the 120 foot shooting water at the International Fountains also located in nearby Seattle, Washington. In 1995 these fountains were completely replaced and expanded, although that was originally built for the World’s Fair in 1962. These days, the fountains are a favorite lounging area for young and the children can play in the fountain bowl. At Alki Park, also located in nearby Seattle, Washington, visitors can enjoy some outdoor family fun at one of the most popular sandy beaches in the area. This park also offers skating, biking, jogging, walking, swimming, and volleyball playing. Visitors and their families might also enjoy renting a houseboat from Arcadia Houseboat rentals, also located in nearby Seattle, Washington, to tour around Lake Union. These houseboats come complete with a microwave, a stove, an oven, a refrigerator, and are comfortably heated and furnished. These houseboats can accommodate as many as six visitors and are available for weekly of nightly rental.