There are three categories of qualified electricians: registered apprentice (overseen by a licensed electrician), journeyman, and a master. A qualified team will consist of all three to insure longevity of the business as well as qualified experience.
A reliable, professional electrician is licensed and insured, and provides flexible, consistent hours as part of their customer service policy. Electrical safety is their top priority, and they perform a variety of tasks based on the electrical needs of their customer, be it an assessment walkthrough, service call, or an emergency, after hours appointment.
Your electrician should perform a thorough walkthrough of your home or business to assess your electrical needs and either carry out necessary repairs at this time, or provide a bid, or estimate, for work to be done at a later scheduled date. A good electrician will be able to obtain any necessary electrical permits and schedule final inspections, and work that into the cost of the job as needed.
Master electricians and their team of journeymen and apprentices are adept at a variety of tasks including electrical troubleshooting, repairs, maintenance, and property management. Services they can provide include service amperage upgrades, assistance with new builds and remodels, electrical demolition, rewiring, and updating of electrical components. Updates to electrical components include lighting, switches, surge protection, outlets (welding, GFCI, RV, car charging stations, large appliances, Jacuzzis, etc.), breakers, panels, new circuits, and more.
Electricians can handle all the electrical work for new builds, contract work, finished spaces, commercial, industrial, and residential buildings and ensure National Electric Code compliance and safety. Call your local electrician today!