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About the electrician

Ernie Haro operates out of Exeter, CA and holds an Electrical license according to the California contractors license board.

We were able to verify 4 building permits associated with Ernie Haro. Check out their permit history below to see where they have worked and what type of work they have done in the past. Please note that this is not a comprehensive list of every project they have completed; just the projects we have been able to verify with the local permit authority.

Ernie Haro has a BuildZoom score of 90. A BuildZoom score of 90 means that the only information we have about this electrician is that their license is active and they can legally work in this area. In order to become licensed, a electrician must prove expertise, and in most states be bonded and insured.

Their license (896260) was verified as active when we last checked. If you are considering hiring Ernie Haro, we recommend double-checking their license status with the license board and using our bidding system to get competitive quotes.


Contact Info

1425 Betsy Street, Exeter, CA 93221 Edit

Key Statistics


Ernie Haro has a BuildZoom score of 90, which places them above 70% of 336,931 contractors in California; license (896260) verified as active.
Pro tip: We generally recommend hiring a contractor with a score higher than 95.
(70 percentile)
3 projects
1 project


Based on permit records, we have been able to verify that Ernie Haro has worked on 4 projects over the past 6 years.

Building Permits Filed by Ernie Haro

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- 600 Ray St, Bakersfield, CA

Upgrade elec panel acc to ex sfr

| Business on permit: Ernie Haro | Type: Residential electrical | License number on permit: 896260 | License name: ERNIE HARO | Parcel number: 112-190-160 | Fees: $38 | Permit #: K201104184

- 4304 Deborah St, Bakersfield, CA

Panel c/o due to damage at exis sfr

| Business on permit: Ernie Haro | Type: Residential electrical | License number on permit: 896260 | License name: ERNIE HARO | Parcel number: 171-072-069 | Fees: $38 | Permit #: K201102559

- 701 Monticello Av, Bakersfield, CA

Replace elec panel acc to ex sfr

| Business on permit: Ernie Haro | Type: Residential electrical | License number on permit: 896260 | License name: ERNIE HARO | Parcel number: 019-221-126 | Fees: $38 | Permit #: K201101125

- 612 Richards Av, Bakersfield, CA

Replace 100 amp elect panel @ ex res.

| Business on permit: Ernie Haro | Type: Residential electrical | License number on permit: 896260 | License name: ERNIE HARO | Parcel number: 142-052-125 | Fees: $38 | Permit #: K201002599

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Key License Information

  • License #: 896260
  • Status: Active
  • State: California
  • Type: Electrical
  • Date Issued: 05/11/2007

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  • Bonded Agent: American Contractors Indemnity Company
  • Bond Value: $12,500
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Employees of Ernie Haro

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Ernie Mark Haro
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Does Ernie Haro carry a valid contracting license?

In California, any remodeling or construction project that exceeds $500 (labor and materials), requires a contractor to have an active license with the California Contractor State License Board (CSLB).

Ernie Haro currently holds license 896260 ((Electrical)), which was Active when we last checked.

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Your liability risk when hiring Ernie Haro

Contractors in California are required to carry workers' compensation insurance if they have employees and proof of liability insurance with the cumulative limit of $1 million for licensees with five or fewer persons, and an additional 100,000 for each additional member over five, not to exceed $5 million total.

Financial recourse when hiring Ernie Haro

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Ernie Haro has a $12,500 bond with American Contractors Indemnity Company.

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