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The Christian Electrician

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About the electrician

The Christian Electrician operates out of Rochester, MN and holds a Class A Electrical Contractor license according to the Minnesota contractors license board.

We were able to verify 30 building permits associated with The Christian Electrician. 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.

The Christian Electrician has a BuildZoom score of 94 and is rated in the top 30% of 77,973 contractors in Minnesota.

Their license (MICA04392) was verified as active when we last checked. If you are considering hiring The Christian Electrician, we recommend double-checking their license status with the license board and using our bidding system to get competitive quotes.

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Contact Info

2626 Oakview Ln Ne, Rochester, MN 55906 Edit
(507) 292-9400 Edit

Key Statistics

Quality

The Christian Electrician has a BuildZoom score of 94, which places them above 70% of 77,973 contractors in Minnesota; license (MICA04392) verified as active.
Pro tip: We generally recommend hiring a contractor with a score higher than 95.
94
(70 percentile)
2014
6 projects
2013
7 projects
2012
5 projects
2011
1 project
2010
3 projects

Activity

Based on permit records, we have been able to verify that The Christian Electrician has worked on 22 projects over the past 6 years, and a total of 30 projects over the past 8 years. They have received repeat business from 1 client, which is a strong indicator of reliability.

Pricing

Here is a pricing breakdown based on the permit records we were able to obtain for The Christian Electrician.
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< $5k
19 projects

Building Permits Filed by The Christian Electrician

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November 20, 2014 - 830 Se 25st, Rochester, MN

Electrical - install heater in garage and new outlet in kitchen on existing circuit

Value: $500 | Type: R residential electrical | Permit #: R14-5275RE

July 25, 2014 - 1014 Se 3 Ave, Rochester, MN

Change circuit breakers to gfci serving kitchen & laundry

Value: $300 | Type: R residential electrical | Permit #: R14-3121RE

June 5, 2014 - 2880 Se Knollwood Dr, Rochester, MN

Electrical for new sfd, w/ full finished ll, 2 car attached garage, no fireplace, no deck

Value: $3,000 | Type: R residential electrical | Permit #: R14-2172RE

May 6, 2014 - 4328 Nw 56 Street Ln, Rochester, MN

Electrical - add one (1) outlet to closet, fed by existing light

Value: $100 | Type: R residential electrical | Permit #: R14-1583RE

April 4, 2014 - 2821 Nw 18 Ave, Rochester, MN

Electrical - add four (4) smoke detectors on new circuit

Value: $300 | Type: R residential electrical | Permit #: R14-1075RE

March 11, 2014 - 2861 Se Park St, Rochester, MN

Electrical - basement finish - one (1) bathroom, bedroom and family room

Value: $1,200 | Type: R residential electrical | Permit #: R14-0729RE

December 24, 2013 - 896 Se East Village Cir, Rochester, MN

Wire new garage heater

Value: $270 | Type: R residential electrical | Permit #: R13-5376RE

November 13, 2013 - 2821 Nw 18 Ave, Rochester, MN

Electrical - add three (3) outlets to garage and change existing to gfci

Value: $300 | Type: R residential electrical | Permit #: R13-4799RE

September 25, 2013 - 931 Ne 9 Ave, Rochester, MN

Electrical - change outlets to gfci, including ungrounded circuits w/ 2 wire outlets

Value: $400 | Type: R residential electrical | Permit #: R13-3943RE

September 5, 2013 - 4426 Nw Cambridge Ln, Rochester, MN

Electrical - wire new a/c

Value: $400 | Type: R residential electrical | Permit #: R13-3628RE

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108 Buildzoom Score 

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4672 Permits

107 Buildzoom Score 

Active License

139 Permits

106 Buildzoom Score 

Active License

1267 Permits

Description: Class a electrical contractor
License Number: MICA00132
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Description: Class a electrical contractor
License Number: MICA01071
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Key License Information

  • License Number: MICA04392
  • Status: Active
  • State: Minnesota
  • Type: Class A Electrical Contractor
  • Date Issued: 2004-10-13

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  • The Christian Electrician has completed multiple projects based on building permit records.

Employees of The Christian Electrician

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Contractors acting as sole proprietors, or qualifying persons for a construction related business entity, must pass a two part exam. The first section tests building code compliance knowledge. Section two tests a candidate's understanding of Minnesota business and law.

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