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Jeremiah Fitzer

Since the age of 17, Jeremiah has been working in the electrical trade.  He began his career at G. Craig Electric, the leading Electrical Contractor on the East End of Long Island, where he honed his skillset while working with the most prestigious residential and commerical 

builders of The Hamptons. Working his way up the electrical ladder, Jeremiah acquired his first Master Electrician license at the age of 25 and thus began J. Fitzer Electric.  For 14 years, J. Fitzer Electric successfully operated in Southampton, NY serving clients across the Hamptons exclusively while operating a separate audio/visual company to meet our clients growing needs.


After a family move in 2017 to Colorado, Jeremiah obtained his Colorado State Master Electricians License (#600825) and a new Colorado-based J. Fitzer Electric company was established to serve Boulder County and the greater Front Range region.  

In his spare time, Jeremiah enjoys getting outside with his wife, Jessica, and their four boys skiing, mountain biking, and exploring all that the Front Range has to offer.

Jessica Fitzer

The real "J" of J. Fitzer Electric, Jessica organizes and manages J. Fitzer Electric's office operations.  With a strong background in customer service she is the voice you'll hear at the other end of the phone.  Having been married to an electrician for 15 years, she's learned a thing or two about the electrical trade and can offer help and insight - a woman's touch goes a long way!

In her spare time  Jessica enjoys everything the mountains have to offer plus baking, crafting and raising her four boys with Jeremiah.

Why choose J. Fitzer Electric

From first idea to last light bulb, J. Fitzer Electric's 22+ years of in-field experience will see your project through.

As a company, we strive to create quality, trustworthy, and honest relationships with all of our clients. We can offer you the highest attention to detail and the greatest commitment to fine workmanship. We take pride in the details asked of us and respect the team effort of all the trades that are required to bring a project to completion.

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