As a young apprentice I started working with my uncle a (Master Electrician) on weekdays after school and weekends or whenever possible.  This is where I realized that this is what I wanted to do for my career.

   After graduating high school, I connected with a small company called, M&S Electric. Here, I learned more of the skills needed to perform electrical duties. As time went by, I wanted to hone my skills and advance to a higher level. I ended up leaving this company to begin a new path at another family operated electrical company and this is where I really learned all the skills to further my career ambitions.

   I went to school to get my Journeyman license and kept working to put all these learned skills to work. I then continued my education to acquire my Master Electrician license. I was working along-side a few highly knowledgeable Master Electricians that helped me grow more and more. They allowed me to learn and put all my newly learned skills to real life situations. Once I felt more confident and skilled, I was running jobs alone. It was great being able to have the ability to make quick decisions and know that I was the Master Electrician now.

   As the years went by, I found myself wanting more. I wanted to take what I had learned and start my own company. I wanted to separate myself to show that I was just as qualified as the other Master Electricians I had learned from. I wanted to make a better life for my family, and that is what I did. I am thrilled to know that this is something that I built from the ground up and will continue to grow as the years go by.