One Good Electrician specializes in damage free installations of flat screen TVs, Recessed lights, Surveillance cameras and equipment; Replacement of main service panels (panel upgrades), outlet installations, complete wiring of new construction and remodeling in commercial and residential sites. Also specializing in the installation of Electric Vehicle Charging Stations, and LED lighting for home or business.
Established in 2008
One Good Electrician was started by Noel Munoz, formerly an Electronic Circuit Tech working for a hi-end audio/video equipment manufacturer and later a defence communications company. In 2002, a career change took place and the first stepping stones, for One Good Electrician, were laid.
In the short years that followed, Noel Munoz acquired the knowledge and experience in building structure to successfully and efficiently install, integrate and troubleshoot complete electrical systems in homes and commercial locations.
In 2008, a contractors license was granted by the state of California, and One Good Electrician was born. Since then, One Good Electrician has been providing excellent service at reasonable prices to the people and businesses of the San Fernando Valley and surrounding areas.
Meet the Business Owner: Noel M.
I was born in the San Fernando Valley, in the not so distant past; grew up in Canoga Park, CA, Graduated High School in 1992, and earned an A.S.E.E. in 1996.
As a very small child, during the summer, I accompanied my father to work in construction (it was ok back then). I played on the job site most of the time if I wasn't handing him tools or working on small tasks. I LOVED IT! This is where my experience really began.
Shortly after High School, I began my career in electronics working for a small television repair shop in Van Nuys, CA. While attending college, I found a job opportunity as a engineering tech for a high end audio/video equipment manufacturer in Agoura Hills, Ca.
In 2002, despite my love for electronics, I was tired of the confinements of the cubicle and the test bench. I knew what I wanted to do... it was instilled in me long ago.