Rob made his entrance into the electrical field many years ago while attending Brennan Secondary High School. He enrolled in a co-op program called BCIC (Building Careers in Construction), which provided him with classroom theory as well as practical learning through hands-on experience as he was placed in a local electrical company. He started off engaging in mostly residential work, such as adding simple devices like receptacles and lights, making small repairs and other similarly small jobs. Things progressed rather smoothly and Rob was offered and accepted an apprenticeship through this company while also attending St Clair College.
Rob continued to work in the residential field, wiring new homes from start to finish, which included installing the initial service, right up to powering up the home, placing covers on devices and making any other finishing touches needed before a customer moved in.
Beyond new construction, Rob had also gained a lot of experience working in older homes, especially when it came to fishing circuits behind finished walls. Whether he would be removing and replacing knob and tube wiring, old aluminum wiring or just installing a receptacle or new light, Rob had acquired many particular skills pertaining to the precise and detailed work in handling fragile, older homes.
Rob went on to complete his apprenticeship and successfully obtained his 309A electrical license.
Throughout Rob’s career, Rob has continued to provide work in all areas of electricity, including ample experience in the commercial field as well. He has done so having completed numerous projects of all sizes and in different environments. From smaller additions and renovations in local retail stores, to drawing up bigger and more complex circuits such as a successful project he provided for a large banquet hall here in Windsor, Rob has always been able to tackle and successfully complete these tasks with one thing in mind, customer satisfaction.