When you need to have an electrical service installed at home or commercial property you need to contact an experienced and qualified electrician, and this is why having a list of licensed electricians on your local phone book is important to ensure you choose the right person for your project. By choosing an electrician with a license from The National Electrical Code (NEC), you will be ensuring you get the best electrical work done for your property.
There are three companies that are recognized as being a “Leading Electric Contractor” in Kentucky – K&J Electric, HVAC Professionals and Electrician’s Electric. These companies provide an extensive range of electrical services in all parts of the state, and each of these companies has been approved by The National Electrical Code (NEC). All three companies are licensed by The NEC, which means they are members of an organization that ensures that electricians adhere to the highest standards of ethics in terms of safety, reliability, and performance.
K&J Electric: K&J Electric is recognized as being one of the leading electric contracting businesses in the greater Lexington, Kentucky area. The company provides the same high level of electrical services to commercial and residential clients throughout the entire region in and around the city of Lexington.
HVAC Professionals: The HVAC Professionals company is a leading electrical contracting business located in downtown Cincinnati. The firm offers full service HVAC services throughout central and southern Ohio. The company has been accredited by The National Electrical Code (NEC) since 1980 and was a member of the National Association of Certified Professional Installers (NICI) for over 25 years until the recent merger with A&D Electric Company.
Electrician’s Electric: This company was recently founded in Kentucky by Bill Mather and Richard Bower. The company is dedicated to providing customers and service providers with high quality, personalized, cost-efficient, state-of-the-art installation services.
Professional electrician’s in your community can help you with any number of electrical concerns. Whether you need new outlets, wiring, HVAC, or a complete renovation of your house, an electrician’s electrician in your area can provide you with the tools you need to complete your project successfully. You can rest assured you have chosen the right electrician to give you the best service possible.
Contractors can be found in your community as well as on the Internet through directories of electricians. Electricians, like K&J, HVAC and Electrician’s Electric, are always willing to offer their expertise and experience to meet your individual needs for a great price.
With all the different electricians out there on the market, it is important to find an electrician that is experienced and certified by The National Electrical Code (NEC). Choosing the right electrician is your first step to hiring the right electrical contractor for your home or business.
When you choose an electrical contractor, you will want to ask them a number of questions, which will allow the electrician to determine if they have enough experience and certifications to complete the job as promised. These questions to ask should include:
What type of equipment do you need to complete the job? Will you be doing the installation or repair? Do you have all of the required licenses and permits to complete the work?
How much training does the electrician have? How much experience has he or she had to perform similar work? What type of tools do they use in performing the job?
What specific electrical safety procedures will the electrician follow in performing the work? Do they perform inspections and maintenance of the equipment and power sources?
How long have they been in business and what are their years of experience? How many complaints have they received from clients concerning their performance of the job? Does the electrician have the required liability insurance?
The last question to ask when interviewing an electrician is: Is the electrician’s work inspected and certified by a professional organization such as the American Society of Mechanical Engineers? An electrical contractor with this kind of certification is much more reliable than one without it.
When conducting the interview, make sure to ask the electrician about their background in the electrician’s work and ask about their experiences in completing similar jobs. Find a company or electrician that is trustworthy, honest, knowledgeable and has the tools necessary to accomplish the job.