Meet Our Team

 

Paul Pinto: Owner & Master Electrician

Owner and Master Electrician, Paul Pinto has been working in the electrical field for about 20 years. Paul found a love for the trade in his late teenage years and has not stopped working since. Prior to, and in between owning his own electrical contracting firms Paul has worked for both small and large electrical companies, giving him a great deal of experience working and leading teams in residential, commercial, industrial and even solar environments. The love of electrical runs strong in Paul’s family; his son Christopher followed in his footsteps, also falling in love with the trade during his late teenage years; and his brother-in-law joined the family business in January of 2016.

 

Christopher Geddes: Journeyman Electrician

Christopher Geddes is a Journeyman Electrician who began working in the electrical trade under his father, Paul, in his mid-teenage years. Already a second-year Apprentice Electrician when he graduated high school, Christopher went on to work in the electrical field for a large regional company while completing his Apprenticeship. Christopher began working with Branch Circuit Electric when his father, Paul, first opened the company in May of 2014 and went on to earn his Journeyman’s license during the summer of 2015 at the young age of 22. Christopher’s sights are set on becoming a Master Electrician as soon as possible and continuing to further his experience within the trade.

 

Nicholas Starkweather: Apprentice Electrician

Nicholas Starkweather is a first-year Apprentice Electrician. Watching his brother-in-law and nephew dedicate themselves to the trade for many years inspired Nicholas to do the same. When the opportunity presented itself in early 2016, Nick decided to begin working within the electrical trade alongside Paul and Christopher at Branch Circuit Electric. Nick is currently honing his skills in the field under the experienced eyes of Paul and Christopher and is set to begin his first year of electrical apprenticeship schooling in the fall of 2016.