Best electrician Pinellas County

Our electricians are in Pinellas County doing electrical repair and service work, and installing surge protection.  Let us take care of your electrical needs today. When your electric is out our electricians can install  a generator to bring you some comfort, from just your refrigerator, or your whole house. Our electricians can help you pick out a generator to meet your electrical  needs for power outages. When you pick out a generator make sure it  produces 240 volts if you have a well.

You should choose the electrician Pinellas County that seems the most conscientious about your project and the one you feel you can rely on to do the job right. The future of your home and family depends on the reliability of the Pinellas County electrician you hire.

Tips for hiring an electrician:

  • Written estimate: You should be provided a written estimate which specifically states what will be done AND anything that’s excluded.
  • Warranty: Does the contractor offer a warranty on the work? If so, read it carefully to see what it includes and if you might have to pay more money.
  • References: A reputable contractor should be quite willing to provide references. Contact at least three of them.
  • Insurance: A contractor should have liability insurance (a minimum of $1 million) and workers compensation insurance (medical coverage for worker injuries). If the contractor doesn’t have workers compensation insurance, check with your homeowner (or business) insurer to see if your policy covers workers compensation claims against you.
  • License: Some trades must be licensed, others not. Check to see if they’re registered and licensed.
  • Complaints: Search the web for complaints about the company.
  • Better Business Bureau (BBB): Provides a mediation service for consumers. Personal opinion: The BBB may or may not be a reliable source and may not give detailed information about any complaints against the company.
  • Subcontractors: Does the company or contractor hire subcontractors? Sometimes that’s okay, sometimes not. Subcontractors are often paid a fixed fee and that may mean the subcontractor will rush to get the job done in the least amount of time.

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