When shopping for an electrician to handle your new residential construction project’s wiring services, you’ll want to be sure you get a dependable electrician who will protect your investment. And you can be sure to get this kind of electrician by asking a few simple questions before committing to an electrician:
Is the Electrician Licensed for Residential Wiring?
If your electrician is not licensed to provide residential new construction wiring, you could find yourself footing the bill should you experience any issues with your home’s wiring down the road. To avoid that financial pratfall, you need to be sure your electrician is licensed before agreeing to have him handle your residential wiring.
Does the Electrician Offer Warranty or Insurance for His Work?
Even the work of a licensed electrician could leave you footing the bill if that work experiences issues. And you could find yourself up the creek without a paddle if your electrician doesn’t offer any insurance or warranty for his work. So, it’s important to see what insurance and warranty guarantees your electrician can offer before starting work.
Can the Electrician Offer References or Work Samples?
It’s also important to know what kind of work your possible electrician can verify he’s done. Since your new residential construction’s wiring is so large and important, you don’t want to take someone’s word for it when he says his work is high quality. Instead, you’ll want to get references or some other objective proof of that quality.