Description: Electrical contractor certification
License Number: WI656858
Recent Building Permit
Support speaker wiring above ceiling tile in approved method.

Support speaker wiring above ceiling tile in approved method.
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Description: Electrical contractor certification
License Number: WI246841
Recent Building Permit
Replace a damaged electrical panel

Replace a damaged electrical panel
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Description: Building contractor registration
License Number: WI1117597
Recent Building Permit
Recertifty 200a electrical service

Recertifty 200a electrical service
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Description: Electrical contractor certification
License Number: WI1017156
Recent Building Permit
Repair all existing light fixtures, make sure they are working. ins... more

Repair all existing light fixtures, make sure they are working. install eight outlets, one rtu, four exit lights. all lighting is from existing panel.
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Description: Electrical contractor certification
License Number: WI349347
Recent Building Permit
New electrical install at vacant tenant shell space.

New electrical install at vacant tenant shell space.
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Description: Electrical contractor certification
License Number: WI1115465
Recent Building Permit
Entire rewire 100 amp service upgrade

Entire rewire 100 amp service upgrade
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Description: Electrical contractor certification
License Number: WI1099704
Recent Building Permit
Wire dryer

Wire dryer
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Description: Electrical contractor certification
License Number: WI1110977
Recent Building Permit
Service up grade and kitchen, second floor remodel.

Service up grade and kitchen, second floor remodel.
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Description: Electrical contractor certification
License Number: WI1104600
Recent Building Permit
Inspect electrical service to get power back on in the building

Inspect electrical service to get power back on in the building
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Description: Electrical contractor
License Number: WI966691
Recent Building Permit
Westbrook shops - 3 signs

Westbrook shops - 3 signs
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Description: Electrical contractor
License Number: WI1111090
Recent Building Permit
Install distribution panels and general wiring for dc-3

Install distribution panels and general wiring for dc-3
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Description: Electrical contractor
License Number: WI1102142
Recent Building Permit
Wire sunroom

Wire sunroom
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Description: Dwelling contractor certification, electrical contractor certification
License Number: WI243468
Recent Building Permit
Install two circuits to second floor install five electrical,two fi... more

Install two circuits to second floor install five electrical,two fixture outlets,two switch outlets
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Description: Master electrician
License Number: WI1115514
Recent Building Permit
Replace front porch light, replace receptacle in bathroom, repair u... more

Replace front porch light, replace receptacle in bathroom, repair ungrounded receptacle
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Description: Electrical contractor
License Number: WI1120242
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Fire repair

Fire repair
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