eWire Electric Company was founded in 2002 by Fred Schlosser. From 2002 to 2004, eWire’s work focused on low voltage wiring and alarm systems. Doug Thomasson, previous owner of Archer Electric Company, joined eWire in 2005 and we expanded our services to include all types of electrical wiring. Today, eWire Electric Company has the skills, knowledge, and experience to meet all your wiring needs. Our satisfied customers include hundreds of home owners and businesses in the Winston-Salem area.
eWire started with a simple idea -- that homeowners and businesses in our market would quickly recognize and embrace a contracting company that consistently delivered superior value. In other words, a company that is known for being more customer-focused and more professional than its competitors, while at the same time providing fair and competitive pricing. A flexible company committed to making each and every customer feel like they get their moneys worth -- and more.
Simply stated, our strategy is to attract and retain customers by being easy to work with and providing top quality professional work, on time, and at a reasonable price.
Fred Schlosser worked for over 21 years as an engineer with Western Electric, AT&T, and Lucent Technologies before accepting an early retirement offer in 2001. He left Lucent as a Distinguished Member of Technical Staff, the highest technical position available to non-supervisory personnel. Fred was the lead engineer on many multimillion dollar projects and gained the respect of both colleagues and customers by demonstrating excellent communication and project management skills. Fred received a Master of Science in Engineering from North Carolina State University in 1980 and is a member of Tau Beta Pi, the National Engineering Honor Society. He graduated from the Electrical and Electronics Technology program at Forsyth Technical Community College in 2002. Fred holds an electrical contracting license from the state of North Carolina.
Doug Thomasson owned and operated Archer Electric Company from 1994 to 2003. Prior to that, Doug was a technical writer for AT&T, a technician for Western Electric, a field technician for Xerox, and a field engineer for the Army. He holds an electrical license from the state of North Carolina.