BECAUSE EXPERIENCE MATTERS
FAA CRS #7IER634D
Our company has one goal in mind: Maintain and Grow our reputation
for excellence in the installation, repair, and education of Avionics.
We want to bring that "Mayberry Feel" back to the industry, so when you come to Baker Avionics, you are not just our customer, you are our
most important customer.
We are here to provide the latest technology available, as well as expert troubleshooting, and repair for your current systems. Whether you are in need of a simple unit, or a fully integrated package, we strive to be the best at assisting customers with affordable competitive prices. All while maintaining the highest level of quality as the top West Coast Industry Specialist of Avionics in repairs, troubleshooting, and installations.
With almost 30 years of experience in the industry as an FAA Licensed Technician, it enables Greg to bring a modern, user-friendly package tailored to the individual aircraft and the pilot's needs. Providing more than just an installation, Baker Avionics supplies the documentation, wiring diagrams and after-sale support to ensure that all installations and future service are trouble-free.
30 years of
WE'RE HERE FOR YOU
Baker Avionics' three decades of experience is your guarantee that every aspect of aircraft ownership and operation can exceed your expectations. You can always expect reliable deadlines and budgets when you hire us to refurbish, repair, or maintain your aircraft’s avionics equipment. You’ll also appreciate the creative solutions and our great network of aviation professionals when we’re helping you to upgrade the current equipment in your aircraft.
ABOUT THE OWNER
Greg Baker was born and raised in a blue-collar family in the Sacramento Valley in 1970. He graduated from high school and played sports in the local area ever since he could remember. He was raised with a curiosity to fix what is broken and take care of what you have because you worked hard to earn it. Greg received his FAA Airframe license in 1998 after serving 8 years in the US Army as an Avionics Technician. He then retained a position at an FAA-approved MRO Repair Station for “Heavy Iron” in Florida and worked as an Entry Level Avionics Technician. Never satisfied with what he was learning throughout his “regular hours” he worked a minimum of 4 hours each night without pay to learn his craft better and more in depth. He rapidly worked his way up the ladder to ultimately become the Assistant Manager and then Manager of the Avionics Department. He then went on to work his way through the different levels of the Aircraft world from Heavy Iron down to the Part 23 aircraft and at that time, he fell in love! Once he found himself around the Part 23 aircraft, he realized that is where it all began! He found his TRUE passion there being able to see the fruits of his labor, getting to know the individual owners and why they have their aircraft really gave his cause a meaning. He knew this is where Aviation all began and the aircraft means more to the owners of Part 23 because they, for the most part, help put food on the table, and mean more to the owners as a true asset versus just a tax write-off. “This is where the rubber meets the road”, he said, and he will always do what it takes to ensure their safety and accuracy no matter the cost.
Greg is now living in Southern Oregon, where he met his wife, along with their two sons. He saw a true need for a professional, experienced, friendly and accurate Avionics Shop that is “Big enough to dare, but small enough to care”. He personally handles every part of the project and ensures the accuracy, professionalism, and care goes into every aspect of every task. He wants to bring back the “Mayberry Feel” to aviation.
At Baker Avionics, you will experience that feeling again. We know that is important to each owner, mechanic and family member that flies. You can rest assured that here at Baker Avionics, you will be taken care of with the utmost respect and professionalism. You will always be in constant communication throughout your project and will never be surprised by our invoices or our timelines because to us, the most important aircraft owner is YOU. Why are we so different? It’s actually pretty simple, “Because Experience Matters”
" TESTIMONIALS "
" I wanted to take this opportunity to thank you for your recent work on my Garmin GPS, Transponder, trim switch, as well as the installation of my Garmin G5. I have had some experience with other avionics shops but my encounter with you was the best experience to date.
Your willingness and eagerness to answer my questions whether in person or on the phone certainly made me feel at ease. As someone who works in the customer service industry, I can honestly say your professionalism, expertise, and attention to detail was top notch. I cannot tell you how many times I have been told a project will be done on a certain day only to see my project be completed a week or two late and to be told it would cost more. I could not be happier your finishing the project on time, within budget, and with the top-notch workmanship, you provided.
I look forward to our next project to install the autopilot in my M20E! "
ROBERT / SACRAMENTO
" I have been watching your posts on ADS-B install and just want to say how much I appreciate what you contribute to this community - while at the same time tell you that I hate you for being on the west coast. I would love to have a resource like you, local/regional (PA), that I could have confidence in the integrity and quality of their work. You seem like a very standup guy. I certainly appreciate the simplicity and openness of your posts as they relate to what's behind the iron curtain at the avionics shops. Just wanted to drop you a line and let you know that and say thanks for your contributions to this forum. I have learned a ton from your posts.
I will definitely keep you in mind for the prebuilds as I contemplate future upgrades. Might even shoot you a message now and then asking for your advice. "
JOSH / WWW.MOONEYSPACE.COM