Do you have any electrical shorts? How about adding some new lighting? What about that electrical panel, is it safe? These are some of the questions we may have with our with our home or business at some point. Do I have an electrical short? Do we want new lighting, or do I need a new panel? Why shouldn't I try and fix that light switch? Why does that light switch work some of the time?
Did you know that electrical equipment and faulty wiring are the #4 and 7 leading causes of house fires? That’s why it’s so important to have almost all electrical repairs done by a licensed and insured electrician. Why run the risk? It so easy to have someone who has the skill set and tools to do the job right the first time. Very rarely do you want to allow a “handyman” do an electrical repair. Most of the time, if you are switching out a ceiling fan for one that is very similar or a lighting fixture. But adding wiring or trouble shooting is best left to an electrician. Most states require at least two years, and in most cases up to four years, of apprenticeship with a master or licensed electrician before one can take the examination to become a licensed electrician. During an apprenticeship, one earns the title of journeyman electrician.
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