Sirois Electric in the News
Founder is recognized for his expertise in the field (The Burlington Union, February 9, 2012) *
By Ray Graber
Founder is recognized for his expertise in the field
“One of the greatest professional feelings is to be asked to present to your peers. It also fills your stomach with ‘butterflies’, says Chris Sirois, founder of Sirois Electric, Inc. in Burlington.
When experts speak to experts, there is an air of anticipation. So it is with Chris Sirois, owner of Sirois Electric. Chris has been asked to speak at the Specifics of Solar event on March 2nd and on March 3rd to electrical inspectors and contractors from across the Commonwealth.
Chris and the two other speakers will cover Massachusetts license requirements, an overview of Massachusetts General Law, listings on solar components, and receive first hand insight into the most common violations cited by the state regulators.
The event is sponsored by the International Association of Electrical Inspectors (IAEI) of which Chris is a board member.
No stranger to presenting in front of a large group, Chris recently conducted 2 seminars on solar photovoltaic issues at Harvard University and MIT. Chris is also a certified instructor for the Woburn Electrical School and regularly teaches there.
The Specifics of Solar event will be held on March 2nd and again on March 3rd at the Malden Moose Lodge, 562 Broadway in Malden from 7:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Joining Chris will be Matt Piantedosi and John Cangemi of Underwriters Laboratory.
Chris, his wife and three children have been residents of Burlington for 9 years.
Burlington, MA – January 9, 2010 - Sirois Electric, a premier electrical contractor for residential, commercial, and institutional customers, announced today that Chris Sirois, founder and president, will be teaching classes at the Woburn Electrical School of Code and Theory at the Woburn Memorial High School, 88 Montvale Avenue, Woburn, MA 01801.
Chris will be teaching a series of photovoltaic classestaic classes beginning on January 14th and will continue on the 21st and 28th of January and and will conclude on February 4th. The classes start at 6:00 PM and run to 9:00 PM.
“I have learned a lot over the years, it gives me a good feeling to give back and share my knowledge and experience with others,” stated Chris Sirois. “My interest in electricity began in high school and grows each year. The industry is changing so quickly, we need to stay current with what is going on.” current with what is going on.”
Please contact Chris Sirois at email@example.com if you are interested in learning more about this wonderful program.
By Bruce Coulter
Save cash on energy
Incandescent light bulb: Ninety-nine cents. CFL bulb: Six bucks. Saving $48 a year: Wow.
That, said Chris Sirois, is how much a homeowner could save by changing a single light bulb in their home.
Sirois, owner of Sirois Electric Inc. in Burlington, said there are a number of inexpensive steps homeowners can take to stretch their budgets this winter, especially in light of what is predicted to be one of the coldest winters in several years.
By Bruce Coulter
Burlington - Chris Sirois is president of Sirois Electric, Inc., located at 6 Duncan Road in Burlington.
How long have you owned Sirois Electric?
“Sirois Electric has been incorporated for over 10 years. However, I have been an electrician since 1992. I started working at the profession in high school, assisting my teachers and relatives in the trade.” Read the full interview of Chris Sirois.
By Nikki Misra
He runs a business, pays the bills and is the sole breadwinner of a growing family.
Yet when a nonprofit organization asked Chris Sirois, owner of Sirois Electric, Inc. to volunteer installing new electric wiring in a Newton home, he put himself and four employees to the task. Read the article about Sirois Electric's charitable work.
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