Montclare is a designated neighborhood in Chicago and is located about 19 miles northwest of The Loop. The small community of about 12,000 residents enjoys a peaceful community. The town has a variety of building structures ranging from older brick bungalows to newly built homes. The area also has historical areas and a lot of greenspace for outdoor enjoyment.
History of Montclare
Montclare was first established in the early 1830s as a private farm for William Sayre. He officially purchased the land in 1836 and soon after married the daughter of another settler to the area. As the area began to grow, a train station was constructed on his property, and the area became known as Montclare.
Montclare has gone through many development phases. It was not until 1912, when the Grand Avenue streetcar extended its service to this area, that the town began to experience growth. The new streetcar station made this area ripe for development with those working in the downtown Chicago area.
The town has grown in phases since then, with a current population of about 12,000 people. The city has retained a suburban feel since it became a part of Chicago, and to this day, you feel the small-town charm of the area, even though you are less than 20 miles from the center of Chicago.
Electrician Services For Residents Of Montclare
STS Electric is proud to serve the residents of Montclare for all of their electrical needs. Since the 1980s, we have provided electrical services to area residents and businesses.
STS Electric can help you update your electrical system in your home, make repairs on your current system, and address other electrical issues such as installing energy-efficient lighting, hands-free controls or smart house technology, and data networking solutions for your home or business.
If you have electrical problems that you would like addressed in a professional manner, please contact STS Electric. We will be pleased to provide you with the information and solution to your electric needs. We are happy to help all of the residents of Montclare.