HOW TO WORK WITH YOUR ELECTRICIAN

Electricians, just like doctors, have their own specialization. Other electrician’s focuses on new building constructions, in commercial work and some go for service calls for dead outlet or any other faulty electrical system. Those electricians who are specialized in remodeling has the techniques for wiring the past house and its electrical system and putting the wires into the already built walls and in checking if the circuits in the current house is still intact or if it need other revisions and stuff like that in order for it to pass the current code.

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If you have a contractor for your home then most likely, they will have electricians that they trust to do the job and surely, they will recommend them to you but if incase, they do not have someone that they can rely on then you go to the local home-builders association to ask about licensed electricians and their rates. Electrical-supply houses might also have a list of licensed electricians, waiting for you. You just have to really tell them what the problem is that they need to fix and the things that you want for the electrical system of your home or your building.

Ask About License 

If you are talking to the electrician make sure that he or she can show you the copy of his or her license and the proof of insurance, take a close look at it to see if it is current or not. You can also ask him for a list of satisfied home-owners so that you can assess the quality of his or her job.

If the job for your house or building requires remodeling then you must hand the plan to your electrician from the hands of your designer and architect. The plan that you will give should show the locations of the outlets and switches. It must also have a label of fluorescent or incandescent to them. These are already ready before you have been given the chance to pick the light fixtures, thus, your electrician will need this.

Fixtures 

Then, ask your electrician on when he or she will need these fixtures, then you can start buying for the fixtures that you want but do not immediately buy one, you just have to put it on a list and make sure to include the model number and the name of the manufacturer and refer your list to your electrician if he or she approves of it.

The most advantageous part of this is that your electrician will assume the responsibility for the warranty of the product, the defective products, the missing parts and the breakage. This will help you save money if in case you are planning to hire an electrician that does not have a license. The electrician can also tell you if the product that you are going to buy is worth your money or not. They know the best brands and they know what would really fit in your home’s electrical system. You do not need to worry about this because their work also reflects their name and license and they are doing a really good job to keep it this way.

 

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