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Larry Johnson

Phone 209-484-1679
Mobile Number 209-484-1679

Mr. Larry Johnson
Larry Johnson Electric Inc.
By Appointment
Denair, CA 95316

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Larry Johnson

Larry Johnson Electric Inc.
Chapter: Turlock Business Partners

Trades, Electrician

My BusinessWe provide all electrical installations and services to both residential and commercial clients. Our priority is to work safely and to verify the safety of the existing electrical systems.

Ideal ReferralMy ideal referral is a purchasing agent for a large company. I also appreciate being referred to home owners that need our services and need someone they can trust.

Top ProductLED lighting upgrades

Top Problem SolvedI had an elderly client that was getting shocked when she touched the kitchen faucet. We found a lath-and-plaster nail in the kitchen ceiling that had pierced a live knob and tube wire and was transfering voltage through the metal lath to the cast iron plumbing piping leading to this shock hazard at the sink.

My Ideal Referral PartnerMy ideal referral partner would be another Building Tradesman that would be willing to share their clients.