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Jonathan A. Murphy, proprietor of Hot & Cold Electric, has over 12,000 hours and 12 years of experience as an electrician before becoming licensed as a Master Electrcian in the state of Maine. (Photo by Terry Farren)

Jonathan A. Murphy
Master Electrician
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About Hot & Cold Electric

As a Master Electrician, Jonathan can do anything electrical, from installations to upgrades to services to improvements. He can do everything from putting up a light fixture to wiring a three phase-motor.

To learn more about who Jonathan Murphy is, read about him here, or read the essay Jonathan wrote here.

Education and Experience

Jonathan has an extensive range of education and experience that qualify him to do everything from replacing a light switch to installing a circuit breaker to rewiring an entire house. Click here to learn more about why Hot & Cold Electric can meet all of your electrical needs.

What Is a Master Electrician?

So what does it take to become a master electrician? It's not just a permit fee or a test. In Maine, a master electrician must have 12,000 hours of experience working under a master electrician to even qualify to take the test. Click here to learn about this process, and how Hot & Cold Electric makes the grade.


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