Commercial and Residential Electrical

What to Look for in a Commercial Electrical Contractor

Hiring a commercial electrical contractor can be a lengthy process. After all, electrical projects necessary for a business can be quite extensive, costly and time consuming. As such, you want to be sure you are hiring a company that will get the job done quickly, efficiently and at the best price possible while also guaranteeing the highest level of safety and quality.

While you will obviously want to hire a properly licensed and insured company that backs its work with a warranty, you also need to hire a company that has experience performing the type of work your business needs.

Commercial and Residential Electrical Installations

Providing commercial electrical services can be vastly different from residential electrical services, as there are additional codes and expectations associated with commercial electrical work.

It is also essential to hire a contractor who maintains a professional appearance, as your employees and customers may see the contractor working on your property. As such, the contractor serves as an extension of your business, which means you want to hire someone who will properly represent your business and the image you are trying to achieve.

What to Look for in a Residential Electrical Contractor

When looking for a residential electrical contractor, there are several factors that you should take into consideration. Perhaps the most important of these are:

  • License
    Check to be sure the contractor’s license is current and covers the type of work that you need to have done.
  • Insurance
    Ask to see copies of the current policy to ensure your property is covered if any accidents occur while the contractor is working on your property or as the result of the contractor’s work.
  • Experience
    Not all electrical contractors are qualified and experienced in the same areas. Ideally, you should select a contractor with at least 3 years of experience working on the type of project that you need completed.
  • Warranty
    A professional electrical contractor should back the work with a 12 month warranty on workmanship.

Residential Electrical Installations

In addition to these factors, you should also consider the value for your money as well as recommendations from people you trust. If you do not know anyone who can provide recommendations, ask the electrical contractor for recommendations that you can contact.

Maricopa Electric is your source for the greater Phoenix area electrical services, including commercial and residential installations, repair and maintenance.

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