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By Jesse Weaver, May 24 2017 07:44PM

I’m publishing this blog as a way to introduce you to Weaver Electric - who we are and what we do. Soon, you’ll get to know me and my wife better, and along the way you’ll meet our team of electricians. I’ll also show you some of our recent projects and pass along our company values. Through this blog I’ll update you on new products of interest in the electrical world, and give you professional wiring tips and how-to’s.

I started my electrical career in 2006, through a one year course at the Greater Altoona Career and Technology Center in Altoona, PA. After graduating, I worked for two electrical contractors wiring new construction houses, rewiring old ones, and performing a variety of maintenance service and repairs to commercial properties. I had the opportunity to work independently in 2011, and started building my own electrical contracting business from scratch.

I moved to Ohio to marry my wife in 2012, obtained my state electrical license in 2013, and continued to grow my business. Through God’s favor and a lot of hard work, Weaver Electric is now a firmly established contractor in the Eaton, OH area. We currently employ three electricians, and work throughout southwest Ohio and Richmond, IN area. Our projects vary greatly, from minor repairs for homeowners, to service upgrades and generator installs, to restaurant remodels and grain bin wiring.

We are just beginning our largest job to date - the wiring for a new 25,000 square foot building that will be a retail hardware store in Eaton. This will be the Gillman Home Center, part of a family owned and operated chain of stores headquartered in Indiana. As the project gets underway, I’ll share photos and updates of our progress. It’ll be exciting to see it come together!

Thank you for your interest, and feel free to leave your comments and reviews on our Facebook page!

May 26 2017 06:38PM by Sam Weaver

Wow, Jesse, you've come a long way in a short time. Keep up the good work but don't burn out (or is there a different phrase in electrical circles, I don't know?).

Jul 12 2017 09:09PM by Sam

It's easy to see your excitement about the work you do and it's refreshing to sense the commitment to quality you bring to your projects. Your company will continue to grow with that attitude of fine service for your clients. Wishing you all the best.

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