Tell us about yourself
What is the most important thing to know about you?
My friends tell me that I am a consistent person no mater who I am around, reliable and trustworthy. I don’t shy away from challenges and prefer them because of how they’ll grow me into a better person. Talking your ear off is not my specialty but people trust they’ll get honest and straight forward answers. I do everything to the best of my ability and give it 100% no matter how difficult the situation.
Tell me about your family, what do you all enjoy doing together?
I don’t have family of my own but with my immediate family we enjoy each other’s company no matter where we’re at. Our plans are very spontaneous besides planned travels to Mexico to visit my 10 aunts and uncles and 48 cousins! With my friends whom I consider family, we do a plethora of activities; darts, ping pong, line dancing (haven’t quite figured this one out yet), hanging out around a fire, camping surfing, hiking, desert trips, snowboarding, fishing, hunting, going to the beach. Mostly enjoying each other’s company and talking about what we can do in this one life we get.
What accomplishment are you most proud of in your life?
Learning how to enjoying reading after about 23 years of disliking it. I’ve read more books in the past two years than in my entire life! Also learning how to be patient, work as a team, coordinate many moving parts and co-workers to make sure things go smoothly. My new mission is to learn how to become one of the best leaders and continue that legacy with the people I work with.
Now let’s talk about work…
How long have you worked with Accurate and what does your role entail?
I have been with Accurate for 6.5 years. During my senior year of High school I was going to a trade school at night for electrical. Accurate was the only company out of hundreds that was willing to hire someone with no experience. I convinced Jeff that no experience was a good thing because that meant I had no bad habits! I was 18 at the time. I started from the ground as an apprentice for two years, learning and making sure I was better than the previous day. Since all I learned was how to do electrical with the best habits from the best electricians in the nation I made it my mission to perfect my work. That led to having a part in training new people that Accurate hired. I was part of an install only crew for a couple years where I learned most of my tricks on how to do electrical better (mostly from overcoming obstacles). Now with my own Accurate vehicle I take care of projects from start to finish. Design, planning, execution, and clean up. Hopefully in the future I can learn HVAC!!
What is the best part about working for Accurate?
Definitely the small business environment, it’s made known that we are all very much appreciated to work here. It’s nice to have friendships with everyone to where you actually would want to hang out with your coworkers, and actually knowing who the owner is and knowing he cares about us! Knowing integrity is a MUST at Accurate creates a peaceful atmosphere where you can trust everyone.
What words of wisdom or encouragement do you have for our customers?
Many of our clients have told me that they have wanted to do “That project/upgrade” for years and years but hiring someone was a bit intimidating to them. After seeing big smiles once their dream lighting design was done, or something as simple as moving an outlet so it’s not behind the dang couch, or making their home safer and more comfortable, I would encourage our customers to give us a shot. Let us paint you a picture of what your home could look like, and if there’s an issue, how we can get you back up and running or improve your situation to avoid it in the future. Your electrical plumbing or HVAC in your home shouldn’t be frustrating when your home is supposed to be your domain and place of comfort. We can help, and we’d be honored to have the ability to earn your trust and business!
Have an electric, plumbing, or HVAC project you need done? Call 800-947-1747 and book your next appointment now!