ABOUT GIDEON'S WORKS
ABOUT GIDEON'S WORKS
With 30 years of experience as an Electrician, Gideon Shneor has held a contractor’s license in the state of California since 2001. His business flourished with multiple fields of expertise in industrial, commercial, and residential. At the start of 2015, he worked for three years as an Electrical Technician. He traveled across the country working for various prisons, while wiring, install and maintain the electric and communication for the prisons kiosk system. In 2018 he began a business working with Epoxy and Woodwork.
Gideon has undertaken hundreds of electrical projects for commercially owned businesses such as Walmart, Safeway, and several other grocery stores. The most challenging residential job that he completed was 15000 square feet, which was left in chaotic disorder due to failed attempts by 5 other electrical contractors. The resident was in the hills of California, where it had been reinforced with concrete and there was no room for mistakes. Gideon completed the job with satisfactory, top quality craftsmanship, and precision.
Gideon was born and raised in Israel. After serving 3 years in the army, he decided to fulfill his dream and come to America. In 1986 he came to America and settled in Los Angeles, California. As a Christian, his faith led him to a church where he joined an Out-Reach Ministry and volunteered to help build a church on the Navajo Reservation. The new church was to be built in a small rural town of Shonto, Arizona, where Gideon found himself to be the only craftsman of many trades among the teenagers and volunteers.
Within the several months and multiple trips to Shonto, the Out-Reach Ministry successfully built the Church. Gideon then met his soon to be wife, Alta whom is the daughter of the late pastor of the Church. Although, Alta’s father was not able to witness and see the church be built, her 103 year old grandmother got to see it completed. Alta and her siblings could not have been more thankful for the abundant blessing that came hundreds of miles away. Upon completion, Gideon and Alta were the first couple to marry in the new church. They have been married for 12 years now, have four children and 13 grandchildren.
Providing Electrical services, Epoxy work, and Woodworking to Show Low, Pinetop-Lakeside, Heber-Overgaard, Springerville, Eagar, Taylor, Snowflake and the greater Northeast White Mountains of Arizona.
Gideon has 30 years of experience in the fields of Electrician, Epoxy Work, and Woodworking. He has held a California contractors licence since 2001. His expertise lies within the following fields:
Having completed hundreds of projects over the years,some of Gideon’s most recent accomplishments include 3 electrical projects for 3 Walmart buildings, 1 Kohls, and several grocery stores.
The most challenging job Gideon faced was a 15000 sq ft residential remodel that was built into the side of a hill with lots of concrete to have to work around. He was the 6th electrician hired, after 5 others had attempted the work and were relieved of their duties. He completed over 50% of the work that the other 5 had left in chaotic disorder and was able to more than satisfactorily, complete the job.
Gideon spent the last three years as a traveling electrician under a contract with the prison system wiring and maintaining a prisoner kiosk computer communications system.
He was born and raised in Israel. After serving 3 years in the army, he decided to fulfill his dream and come to America and settled in Los Angeles, California in 1986. He was asked by the church he was attending in Los Angeles, to volunteer on a mission to build a church on the Navajo Reservation in Arizona. He decided to accept this calling only to find out on the van-ride to the location, that he was going to be building a church with a bus driver and a bunch of teenagers as apprentices on the project. He was the only volunteer experienced in the building trades.
Gideon and the makeshift crew made several trips to Shonto on the Navajo Reservation over many months, and successfully built the church. During this time working on the church, he met a Navajo woman, Alta, whose late father had been the pastor of the church. Even though her father had passed away before the new church project happened, Alta and her siblings were happy that her dad's 103 year old sister was there to see the project come to fruition. Gideon and Alta started dating and upon completion of the project, they were the first couple married in the new church. Gideon and his bride Alta have been married 12 years now. They have four children and 12 grandchildren.