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12-1-2018 by 
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A loose wire here and a nick in the wire there, and you may be hit with a huge bolt of electricity. How many blogs have you read that say, “Never try to fix plumbing and electrical problems on your own?” You might have even heard horror stories about how a house was flooded with sewage water or the man who ended up being electrocuted because he was trying to plug in his Xbox into a faulty socket. If you want to avoid getting a painful electric shock, we advise you to stay away from all electrical circuits in your house.

With that being said, if you are experiencing any fluctuations in electricity, then the best course of action would be to call a residential electrician. You may not be equipped to handle such a dangerous task on your own, so it’s best to leave it to the professionals. But before hiring a residential electrician, you need to make sure that he has the following qualities.

1.    Affordability

One of our biggest problems is that we always check out the  electrician’s rates first. What we should do first is check the expert’s credentials and then proceed from there. The best way to pick residential electricians is to read about them on their websites and get quotes from at least five different companies. Now, choose who has the most experience rather than going for the one who is cheap.

2.    Professionalism

Professionalism is a broad term that encompasses the electrician’s honesty, integrity, friendliness, flexibility, attitude, appearance, and ability to finish the job without leaving any mess behind. You will find out immediately if the electrician maintains professionalism when you talk to him the first time on the phone. If you find the electrician attentive and full of valuable information on why you are experiencing such problems, then he’s your man for the job.

3.    Experience

Experience matters… A LOT! The more years the residential electrician has under his belt, the better he will be able to handle the problem. Ideally, he should have 3 years of experience or more, but that’s not it. The electrician should also be up-to-date with the latest tools and techniques to identify and fix an array of electrical issues. Don’t forget to visit the company’s website and read the reviews online to get an idea about how professional their customers find them to be.

4.    Qualifications

Never hire an electrician who is not certified from the relevant authorities. Your house is at stake here, and a wrong connection can damage the main circuit. An electrician’s qualifications should give you some assurance that the money you will pay for the services will be well spent.

5.    Insurance

The electrician you are hiring should have insurance so that if he gets hurt on your property while doing electrical repairs, you will not be held responsible. This protects the client, as well as the employee, from liabilities.

Searching for these qualities in a residential electrician will give you the assurity that any repairs done in your house will last longer and you will not have to worry about being scammed.




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