: : ABOUT US
Lunar Electrical Contractor Incorporated began
its operations in 1991 during a time of high unemployment and economic
uncertainty. It was not a very good time to start a business, but
we had a belief that it was the best time to begin. It would take
much more effort to stay ahead of the endless competition in the
construction business. We were right. Our continued success is proof.
We began doing rather small residential renovation work,
and slowly built a client base of people who were in need of electrical
repairs and upgrades, and who were looking for quality work at reasonable
rates. We succeeded in doing just that. Slowly those small jobs
began to grow into larger, more detailed projects, incorporatinig
more & more commercial work. We were on the path that we set
out to find.
Today, commercial and light industrial work constitutes
approximately 60% of the work we perform. Some of our customers
have included Seaman's Furniture Showrooms, Shop Rite Supermarkets,
M&B Tool & Die Company, K-Mart retail stores, and Allcare
medical companies, just to name a few. Each of these businesses
demand superior service. We at Lunar Electric are providing
The other 40%, residential work, is still a stronghold
with us, and we will always take on this type of work because this
is where we started. We believe that professional quality work for
our residential customers will always be important to us and at
Lunar Electric, we will never forget our roots.
About the President
Ron Giambrone is currently President of Lunar Electric.
He holds his Master Electrician's license in the State of New Jersey
and also holds an Electrical Inspector's Sub-Code Official's License.
He attended William E. Grady High School in Brooklyn,
New York where he majored in Electrical Installation and Practice.
After graduating High School in 1979, he immediately began working
in the trades for a small shop in New York City. He moved from Brooklyn
to New Jersey in 1987 where he decided that the commute to the city
was too much. He took the State Electrical License Test in 1990
and was on his way to forming his company. The next year he formed
Lunar Electric after years of "moonlighting" on