About the electrician
James A Mcewan operates out of Manchester, NH and holds a Master Electrician license according to the New Hampshire contractors license board.
James A Mcewan has a BuildZoom score of 90 and is rated in the top 30% of 13,069 contractors in New Hampshire.
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Reviews of James A Mcewan
101 Buildzoom Score
100 Buildzoom Score
100 Buildzoom Score
Added 20amp circuit for new garage, light fixtures, switches, garage door opener, ceiling fan - all done right the first time. Installed transfer ... more Added 20amp circuit for new garage, light fixtures, switches, garage door opener, ceiling fan - all done right the first time. Installed transfer panel and circuitry for whole house generator - went the extra mile to come by on a Saturday morning for final programming and test of the generator before Sandy (fuel for generator not delivered until Friday pm).
Key Business Information
- Status: Active
- State: New Hampshire
- Type: Master Electrician
- Date Issued: 1976-03-16
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