Joey Bellosi, President and Master Electrician

Joey Bellosi

On February 20, 1985, Joey Bellosi and his mother Grace founded J&G Electric Co., Inc. together as a family-owned and operated business. After she passed away in 1994, Joey took over the company and has been running the day-to-day operations, as well as performing electrical work as the Master Electrician.

Prior to founding J&G, Joey worked in the field for eight years, including as the Vice President of a well-known electric company, providing him with over 37 years of electrical experience. He is considered an expert in his field and provides knowledgeable service in a professional, reliable and trustworthy manor.

Today, Joey and his staff, run the company based upon the principles he and his mother established, providing their clients with quality they can trust for over 30 years for residential, commercial and 24 hour (24/7) emergency projects.

He has over 37 years' experience in the electrical field. He currently holds Masters Licenses' in Maryland, Virginia, and the District of Columbia. He has mentored numerous employees to the level of Master Electrician and has helped them with their start in the electrical business. His specialty is service repair and customer relations. If wire goes to it, he can definitely repair it!

Jonathan C., Gaithersburg, MD

Truly excellent work, above code. J&G Electric is not your typical handyman electrician - these are real pros who know how to properly design and install electrical systems. I am a demanding customer and I couldn't be happier with how the job came out. It was a commercial quality installation; not typical residential quality.

I had them run conductors from a main electrical room to a 200 amp sub-panel in a garage. Conductors ran through a crawl space and then through underground conduit that J&G installed in a trench. The job was very challenging and required J&G to dig a 40 foot long trench (by hand), lay 3” conduit in the trench, transplant multiple large bushes that were in the way, and even run a portion of the conduit under a brick patio. They also had to connect the conductors to the live electrical feed from the power company, without turning off the power. Excellent job.