Visalia , CA 93292

559 901 6095

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History

A Brief History

Ernie Haro, a native Californian, was born in Lindsay in 1977. After graduating from high school, Ernie became interested in the electrical field and found a job apprenticing for Marty Hill Electric in Visalia California in 1996. For the next two years, he was emersed in residential and commercial installations where he learned his trade "hands-on."

These were exceptionally busy times, and Ernie found himself constantly on the go covering territories that reached all over Central and Northern California. One of Marty Hill's biggest clients during that time was Daily Homes. Their housing projects were being built in Tulare, Hanford, Visalia, Porterville, and Danville California, and Ernie volunteered for everything that his new employer would throw his way.

Two years later Ernie had an opportunity to expand his knowledge, and work a little closer to home by taking a job with Al Vorst Electric. Al Vorst was located in Visalia at the time but was getting ready to open another office in Exeter, California. For the next two years, Ernie focused his apprenticeship on wiring new track homes for companies like Mangano, Centex, and Ed Mitchum. By the time he began his third year with Al Vorst, his workload shifted to commercial buildings and new schools such as the Castle Rock School in Woodlake and his electrical knowledge had become well rounded, to say the least.

In 2001, other well-known central Valley contractors had noticed Ernie's skills and his attention to detail, and Pavletich Electic in Bakersfield offered him a position. For the next attention to detail. and Pavletich Electric in Bakersfield offered him a position. For the next three years, as a foreman with over twenty electricians under his watch, Ernie manage projects throughout Kern County. Then in 2004 he took a job working for Souza Construction in Visalia and began bidding and running the new residential custom electrical division of his operation.

In 2007, Ernie applied for his electrical contractor's license and set out on his own. After founding Haro Electric, In Visalia, California, he began to build a territory that reaches from Fresno to the north all the way south to Bakersfield, and everywhere in between.