About the electrician
Kimmel Electric specializes in troubleshooting, repairs and remodels for home and business clients in Grass Valley, Nevada City, and Penn Valley, CA.
Kimmel Electric operates out of Penn Valley, CA and holds an Electrical license according to the California contractors license board.
We were able to verify 7 building permits associated with Kimmel Electric. 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.
Kimmel Electric has a BuildZoom score of 101 and is rated in the top 10% of 336,931 contractors in California.
Building Permits Filed by Kimmel Electric
January 3, 2013 - 25690 Burda Ln, Nevada City, CA
200 amp electrical service panel changeout permit is good for two inspections. additional inspections are $125.78 each. final inspection required
Type: Eleser | Permit #: 13000018
January 31, 2012 - 12426 N Bloomfield-granitevill, Nevada City, CA
Install new 20 kw back up generator with a new 250 gallon lpg tank, and change out existing 150 amp panel with new 200 amp panel, overhead service for a residence permit is good for 3 inspections. additional inspections are $125.78 each. final inspection required
Value: $7,000 | Type: Gen | Permit #: 12000171
February 28, 2011 - 10857 Conifer Ln, Grass Valley, CA
Reconnect electrical service to a residence repair damaged mast includes up to 2 site visits
Value: $800 | Type: Esotc | Permit #: 11000310
January 19, 2011 - 18435 Lake Forest Dr, Penn Valley, CA
Electrical permit, panel changeout, replace 200 amp panel and install new 200 amp panel underground service, for an existing single family residence permit is good for up to 2 site visits
Value: $2,500 | Type: Eleser | Permit #: 11000113
December 16, 2010 - 10991 Ringtail Rd, Penn Valley, CA
Electrical permit, panel changeout 200 amp to 200 amp, underground service, for an existing single family residence permit is good for up to 2 site visits
Value: $2,200 | Type: Eleser | Permit #: 10002449
July 14, 2010 - 18103 Lake Forest Dr, Penn Valley, CA
Change out electrical service panel for an r-3 sfd
Value: $1,500 | Type: Eleser | Permit #: 10001143
September 30, 2008 - 18854 Chickadee Ct, Penn Valley, CA
Upgrade change out old 200 amp panel box like for like. old box has malfunctioned and is no longer in service. owner has no power
Value: $2,000 | Type: Eleser | Permit #: 08010547
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