Written by: patoluna
A lot of people have a tough time picking the right electrician because many use vague wording. This can lead to confusion over what they specialize in, or worse, being stuck with inaccurate information.
Don’t let this happen to you! To pick a reliable electrician check out our blog post with these 5 tips on how to find the best one for your home.
- How long has the company been in business?
This seems straightforward, but it can be hard to figure out from all the ads on the phone book, or even from reviews online. The best way is to ask a few friends and coworkers. They may have used different companies or service providers in the past and can let you know if they were treated fairly or not. Also, check for local news reports about complaints about that electrician and any accidents that may have occurred.
- How long has the electrician been in your area?
Not only does this help you to get a feel for how long they have been around, but you can also see if they are based in town. This can help rule out a lot of people who have moved to your area and don’t take the time to get new business up and running.
- What licenses do they have?
You should check to see if they have passed the state licensing exam and to what level, such as a license, master’s degree, or master’s college. This will help you to feel more confident in their ability to perform the work needed for your home or business. People who pass all of their exams are called “Master Electricians.
- What are their qualifications and experience?
You should be able to tell right away if they have experience working with homes like yours, or if they have electrical school training. Even if you don’t know exactly what you need, you can at least see who has the most experience in your area. Qualifications can include work in various industries or a hard-to-reach certification that may be worth the extra money (but don’t pay more than what’s needed).
- How does the company communicate?
Don’t fall into the trap of companies that communicate online only. A lot of the time, even if they have a lot to say online, you can’t check it out for yourself because there’s no way to contact them (or you have to dial into their voicemail) before you hire them.
Hopefully, this can help you pick a reliable electrician that you get the most value. As stated above, no one is perfect in all aspects, but with this information, you can at least feel confident in picking the right one for your needs.
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