James and Jennifer McElfresh are not just your local electricians; they are friendly and personable, treating their customers like old friends. Eagle Eye Electric is a family-owned and operated business built on dedication, determination, integrity, and honesty. James and Jennifer have eight children, ranging from 33 to 8 years of age. Two of their children, Wyat and Lane, work for the company as journeymen. They also have ten grandchildren and enjoy spending time with them. James, a Marine Corps Veteran, served in the Persian Gulf War and later developed a passion for electricity. He started with a degree in applied science at Redlands Community College, initially planning to work in equine training. However, he then pursued welding, got certified, and worked in that field before finding his true passion in electrical work. He was determined to build a successful, reliable company that takes care of its customers. Eagle Eye Electric started as a one-man company and has grown to 5 employees, with 3 being unlimited journeymen. In January 2024, Jennifer joined Eagle Eye Electric as their Office Manager. She has 17 years of experience in public education as a teacher and administrator and has spent the last 12 years at Crescent High School. Jennifer handles calls, invoicing, and supply runs and keeps the team organized. James is a master electrician with over 27 years of experience working in cities such as El Reno, OKC, and Stillwater. He specializes in residential and commercial work. Eagle Eye Electric is licensed and bonded with the state of Oklahoma. They take their jobs very seriously, typically sending two men to ensure all safety protocols are met for their customers and employees. They stay up to date with electrical advancements and technology through the National Electric Contractor Association. Whether it’s a new build, remodel, repair, or inspection, Eagle Eye Electric takes pride in delivering top-notch work and strives to meet deadlines. They are happy to provide estimates for any job within a 60-mile radius and will give you a walk-through of the process for the job at hand. What you will get with Eagle Eye Electric is the use of the golden rule: treating their customers as they would want to be treated. To contact Eagle Eye Electric for an estimate or additional information, you can reach James at 405-334-1744 and Wyat at 580-823-2563Story by AAH Amy Smith