Jeff has been employed in the Lightning Protection Industry since 1973. Jeff made his start with Bonded Lightning Protection, of Maryland. In 1976, Jeff left Bonded to pursue a goal of establishing his own business. The first company owned by Jeff was named Professional Lightning Protection, located in Hagerstown, MD. In 1978, the company was relocated to Pittsburgh, PA, his hometown, and renamed J&J Lightning Protection Co.--after his and his son's name, Jeff, hence the J&J.
J&J Lightning Protection was maintained until 1987, At that time, the company was renamed and incorporated in the name of J&G Lightning Protection, Inc.
Jeffrey Galamb, Sr. carries Master Installer Certification, card number 852, from the Lightning Protection Institute. Also, he is a member of IBEW Local # 26, Washington, DC for 35+ years.
Jeffrey Galamb, Sr.’s primary functions are running the estimating department and overseeing all areas of operations from the office, including bidding, billing, and scheduling of projects.
J&G Lightning Protection, Inc. is a member of LPI in good standing. Andy Larson may verify this at the LPI 1-800-488-6864.
J&G lightning Protection, Inc. is a member in good standing with the United Lightning Protection Association, Inc. Elizabeth Copper Wendover may verify this at the ULPA 1-800-668-8572.
J&G Lightning Protection, Inc. UL Listing Number is E 160541. Nancy Winter may verify this at Underwriters Laboratories 1-847-272-8800 ext. 42135.
J&G Lightning Protection, Inc. maintains a collective bargaining agreement with IBEW Local 26 Washington DC and an International Agreement with The International IBEW Washington DC.
Jeffrey Galamb currently carries a Master Installer certification from the LPI, Certification number 852.
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