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Questions to Ask Your Electric Contractor

Choosing an electric contractor for a new construction, remodeling, or home repair isn't a decision that should be rushed. Rates are one important consideration, but skill is equally important. There are questions you should ask a professional before hiring him or her for the job.

  • Are you licensed in this state?
    State licensing is required of anyone working with power and wiring both inside and outside a home or business. Ask to see a license before hiring a worker to do your repair or installation project.

  • Can you provide a list of remodeling or new constructions you've handled?
    A quality expert will provide references. Ask to see prior work and talk to past clients to make sure they were happy with the quality of work and clean-up following the job.

  • Do you handle both indoor and exterior wiring projects?
    For indoor projects in your house or business, most specialists are easy to find. Those who specialize in exterior projects will upgrade older fixtures by installing ground-fault interrupter circuits to all outdoor lighting and items near water like pool filters, emergency generators and pond pumps. Not every specialist is willing to work outside so ask first.

  • What's the best panel for my residential or commercial building?
    Breakers protect people from shocks and fires because they fit the circuits that shut off if there is a problem or if you need to replace or maintain an appliance. Main breaker panels are generally best because they offer a main breaker switch as well as the breakers for each circuit. They must be placed within 10 feet of a meter and connect to the cable that comes from the pole into the house or business. An independent electric contractor will tell you the best unit and placement for your house or business.
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    STANDARD LISTINGS:   ELECTRIC-CONTRACTORS IN/NEAR COLUMBIA
    Reams Electrics Write review for this local business
    3618 Evergreen Ln, Columbia, MO 65201
    (573) 474-7350  
    Stidham Electric Write review for this local business
    1406 Lakeview Ave, Columbia, MO 65201
    (573) 875-1227  
    Ace Electric of Columbia Write review for this local business
    700 Fay St, Columbia, MO 65201
    (573) 814-0681  
    Karl The Handyman Write review for this local business
    45 Broadway Village Dr, Columbia, MO 65201
    (573) 817-0927  
    ABC Electric Write review for this local business
    625 Cherry St, Columbia, MO 65201
    (573) 474-4877  
    Kc Electric Write review for this local business
    4000 Interstate 70 Dr SE, Columbia, MO 65201
    (573) 446-0035  
    Boone Electric Co-Op Write review for this local business
    1005 Cherry St, Columbia, MO 65201
    (573) 449-0689  
    Minnix Electric Inc Write review for this local business
    2405 Corona Rd, Columbia, MO 65203
    (573) 446-0649  
    MidWest Electrical Contracting Write review for this local business
    400 Stalcup St, Columbia, MO 65203
    (573) 447-2226  
    Expert Electric Inc Write review for this local business
    2000 Woodhollow Dr, Columbia, MO 65203
    (573) 441-7081  
    Coastal Electric Construction Write review for this local business
    3660 S Scott Blvd, Columbia, MO 65203
    (573) 875-2200  
    Advantage Electric Write review for this local business
    4201 Wales, Columbia, MO 65203
    (573) 474-1442  
    Consolited Energy Services Write review for this local business
    1011 Sycamore Ln, Columbia, MO 65203
    (573) 441-1449  
    Sapp Construction Inc Write review for this local business
    257 Po Box, Ashland, MO 65010
    (573) 489-3991  
    Coastal Electric Construction Write review for this local business
    3660 S Scott Blvd, Columbia, MO 65203
    (573) 875-2222  
    Rapp Electric Co Write review for this local business
    6400 W Gillespie Bridge Rd, Columbia, MO 65203
    (573) 445-3373  
    Frontier Electric Write review for this local business
    Columbia, MO 65299
    (573) 814-0046  
    AC Wiring LLC Write review for this local business
    Columbia, MO 65299
    (573) 449-6462  
    Polam Construction Services Write review for this local business
    Columbia, MO 65299
    (573) 424-4020  

    If you are good at installing wiring, consider becoming an electric contractor. An electric contractor can work on residential or commercial properties. You would work alongside the general contractor on home construction sites.

    On a typical day, you might install an electrical panel or perform repairs. You could work to help upgrade the wiring in an old home, or work on a new building. You might repair a client’s indoor or outdoor lighting. You could even put in an emergency generator and exterior lights.

    At times, you could be working at a construction site getting wiring in a new home. You might also respond to call that a client is having problems getting power, or has an electrical emergency.

    You will need to get a license to become a contractor. To do so, you need to go to a technical school or university where you will learn to install electrical panels and maintain them. Some of the skills you might need include math, science and engineering. You will then have to decide if you want to work independently or connect with a company.

    Whether you are working on a private house or a large office complex, you should always be aware of your clients’ safety. There are many laws in place that protect both your clients and your company in emergency situations.

    Becoming an electrical contractor is a career you can take pride in. You will have the opportunity to help others while doing a job you love and can be proud of.



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