Jeff began his journey as an apprentice electrician in September 2000 in Corpus Christi, TX. Over six years, he honed his skills with one contractor and earned his Master's License at just 23 years old. Relocating to the Austin area, Jeff worked for two more contractors before founding Grayzer Electric in August 2011. The name "Grayzer" stems from his hockey nickname, chosen when other options weren't available.
Based in Austin since its inception, Grayzer Electric proudly employs local electricians who reside in and around the city. Jeff remains active in hockey, playing several times a week. He resides in Hutto with his wife, Jessica, also a licensed Journeyman electrician. Together, they prioritize customer education, ensuring clients understand the services provided.
Our team of licensed electricians are highly skilled and experienced in all aspects of electrical work. We invest in ongoing training and education to ensure that we stay up-to-date with the latest technologies and techniques. Their skills are elite when it comes to EV charging station installations, breaker box replacements and upgrades, and whole house surge protector installations.
Grayzer Electric has predominantly focused on residential projects, complemented by occasional commercial service work. Our portfolio includes new construction, remodels, and service projects. Presently, our primary focus lies in home EV charging station installations, breaker box replacements and upgrades, whole house surge protector installations, recessed can installations, and residential service work. Founded and rooted in the Austin, TX area, we remain committed to serving our local community.
Absolutely!! The business and all of our electricians are licensed by the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation (TDLR). Our contractor's license is TECL #28347 and each electrician that works here has their own individual license. The footer on all of our webpages has the TDLR contact information as required by law. We carry General Liability insurance, Workman's Comp insurance, and offer health insurance to all of our employees.
This is what a brand new wrap looks like on one of our vans. We use Austin Color Labs for this process. They print out the sheets of vinyl on a 4' wide printer and apply them with a slight overlap on each sheet to make the graphics line up.
The sheets of vinyl are lightly laid on the van and held in place with magnets while they dial in their placement. Once that placement has been perfected, a squeegee will be used to apply pressure and activate the glue so it sticks to the van.
The vinyl is temporarily held in place with magnets and tape. The edges will be trimmed with a knife once the glue has been activated.
Heat can be applied to the sheets of vinyl if they get a crease or wrinkles in them. This allows the vinyl to smooth out and be reapplied tight to the surface of the van. The glue is both heat and pressure activated.
A view down the completed side of the van. That back piece hasn't been glued in place just yet as they are making sure everything is aligned properly.