Meet Josimar Lopez
Meet Josimar Lopez
August 16, 2018
Josimar Lopez (Josi)
First, we would like to get to know more about you . . .
What is the most important thing someone needs to know about you?
When I come into someone’s home because they are in need of something; I go in looking for their well-being, with the best of intentions.
I’ve been married to my wife for about 9 years now. We are high school sweethearts. We have three boys together, they are 8, 3, and 1 years old. We enjoy watching movies, playing in the backyard, and volunteering for different outreach charities that support building orphanages and distributing food to those in need.
Do you have a hidden talent?
I play the guitar at my church. I’ve been playing since I was about 14 years old.
What accomplishment are you most proud of in your life?
Now let’s talk about work . . .
How long have you worked and what does your role entail?
I’ve worked at Accurate for about 3 years as a state-certified journeymen electrician. My job requires me to quote electrical jobs and then execute them by myself or with a team. However, above all this, my job is to provide 5-star service to my customers.
Why did you choose this trade?
I got into the electrical field in hopes of specializing in the solar branch of electrical. However, I ended up really liking the residential and commercial branches of electrical and in that process realized the solar industry wasn’t a good fit for me.
What is the best part about working for Accurate?
The best part of working for Accurate is that Accurate’s values align with my own. Accurate is looking to do the right thing by their customer in the electrical, plumbing, and HVAC industries. Accurate has always been about honesty, integrity, and great service. I can serve my customers with integrity and honesty while earning an honest buck.
What words of wisdom or encouragement do you have for our customers?
I encourage customers to be careful when letting any service professionals into their home. Sometimes very cheap prices mean cheap quality and poor workmanship. I share this because I’ve been into countless homes where I have had to re-do the work that the customer has previously paid for. Very often when you pay cheap, you pay twice.