My journey as an electrician began in 1994. I started as an apprentice in Colorado working on homes and remodels, and later progressed from tract homes to multi-million dollar custom homes as my experience grew.
By 1996, I was working on large commercial projects ranging from grocery stores to high-tech offices, and by 1998, I was performing industrial service calls at large manufacturing plants and renovating compression stations along the William’s natural gas pipeline. This required motor control in a dangerous working environment.
In 2000, I passed the Oregon journeyman exam, received my Oregon electrician license, and began working as a foreman on small commercial and industrial projects.
I returned to California in 2002, where I installed and repaired HVAC control work in University and Veterans’ Administration hospitals before relocating to Santa Barbara to work for a local electrical contractor. I worked on a variety of projects, including theatrical lighting installation and clean room setup, as well as the installation of solar panels and wiring in a commercial setting.
I earned my C-10 license as an electrical contractor in 2008, and since then I have worked on numerous residential electrical projects, from home rewiring and outdoor lighting, to track lighting and ceiling fan installation, to wiring home theaters in high-end homes. I also enjoy trouble-shooting for those hard-to-fix problems you may have, whether residential, commercial or industrial.
Please know that you can rely on us whenever you require electrical services.