Seminole Electrical Services: Butch Peacock, a contractor who knows his town and trade
Butch Peacock, a man who has known his calling from an early age, opened the company Seminole Electrical Services in 1979 and has kept it thriving since.
As a native of Tallahassee and son of an electrician, Butch grew up surrounded by the trade and saw how it ran in this particular market. In high school, he started working as an apprentice at his father’s electric company so that he would have the knowledge to successfully continue in the profession. Around that time, he took a training course at Lively Technical Center and acquired the status of a Journeyman, meaning he had successfully completed an apprenticeship and was considered educated in his field. In 1974, when he became eligible, he took and passed the Electrical Contracting licensing test, making him a certified Electrical Contractor. It wasn’t until after his father passed on that Butch decided to open his own business.
The company has succeeded over the years because of upheld standards. Butch ensures that he has the best employees, requiring background and drug tests on each individual and enforcing a dress code. It’s important to Butch that all customers feel safe when a contractor from Seminole Electric is working in their homes. Butch strives to give each customer the best service for their money and offers 100 percent guarantee of satisfaction. He has found that customers appreciate the company’s honesty, promptness and reliability.
As a business owner, Butch is involved in the Chamber of Commerce Leads six, and a community business networking organization called BizNet. As a married man with two grown daughters, he is involved in his church and enjoys spending time with his family; he also likes to go hunting in his spare time.
Butch feels God has blessed his family by giving him a great business. He loves meeting and working with people from all different walks of life and helping individuals when he can. When people are struggling, he tries to find ways to assist, even if only in the smallest way. He insists that as a business owner and as a person, he is looking out for the customer’s interest—not the customer’s money.
Article prepared by Lauren Novo
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