Residential Electrical Contractor
When you’re a homeowner, getting started with needed electrical work can be intimidating. You might think your electrical project will be too expensive because it’s dangerous and requires licensed professionals to complete. Maybe you’re worried about hidden pricing and getting stuck with poor quality workmanship. We understand your concerns. Get Volts® offers upfront transparent pricing with no hidden fees, and we guarantee our work.
Why Hire a Professional Electrician?
A lot of homeowners are not sure whether to turn their electric project into a DIY project or hire a professional. If you do it yourself, you may learn something new and even save a few dollars – depending on how efficient you are. A professional electrician, on the other hand, can save you money by their efficiency and getting the job done right the first time. A professional electrician also mitigates the risk of something going wrong later and causing damage.
You should hire a professional electrician when:
- Permits and Inspections are necessary
- The project involves wiring and rewiring
- You don’t have the experience to safely complete the job
- You don’t have the time to learn how to make the repair
- You don’t want to take on the risk of severe injury
- Getting the job done right the first time is important
How to Choose the Right Electrician
When you’ve decided to hire a professional electrician for your home, there are a number of things you need to look in order to make the best decision. With so many electricians to choose from, it can be challenging to know if you’re selecting the electrical contractor for the job.
Here are four key factors to consider before hiring a professional electrician for your home:
- Licensed / Bonded / Insured – At a minimum, make sure your electrician is licensed, bonded, and insured. This protects you from liability if something goes wrong, and it guarantees your hiring trained professionals.
- Certified – Your electrician should have the training and certifications to back up their work. Certified electricians will have at least three years of experience and should offer a 12-month warranty on their work.
- Reputation – Word of mouth is still the best way to check out a service provider. Today, online reviews are just as powerful. You can also ask for references.
- Timely Service – The timeframe an electrician can start and finish your project is essential. High-quality contractors can start projects quickly and don’t keep you waiting. They even offer 24/7 emergency services. The more experienced, the more efficient, and the lower the cost.
Residential Electric Services
Having problems with flickering or dimming lights, circuit breakers that constantly trip or switches and outlets that don’t work? If any of these issues sound familiar, don’t put off getting them repaired. They can indicate a more serious problem that could lead to more extensive damage or even an electrical fire.
Electrical wiring is the nervous system of any home or business. It keeps us safe, comfortable, and functional. As important as proper electrical wiring is, it often gets overlooked because we can’t see it. Older homes with outdated wiring can’t function properly and can even be dangerous. Whether you need a wiring inspection to see if your wiring is up to date for your needs or a wiring upgrade, Get Volts® has you covered.
Keeping the lights on in warehouses, industrial plants, and even office complexes keep commerce rolling. It’s critical that lights stay in tip-top operational condition to avoid costly downtime and mitigate safety issues. Get Volts® makes your electrical maintenance needs easy. We keep your systems in working order, up to code, and do everything from emergency repair and replacement to designing new systems for energy efficiency.
When was the last time you had your home electrical system inspected by a licensed and trained electrician? Many homeowners can’t remember ever having it done. The National Fire Protection Association recommends an annual inspection of your electrical system and components. Aside from ensuring your home or business has a system that functions optimally, it ensures safety.