I deal with all of my clients PERSONALLY myself, I don't subcontract any work at all and do it myself as well. I have been an electrician for over 18 years, and in that time frame, I have been taught by some of the best Master Electricians in the tri-state area, and have retained every useful piece of advice to complete any job the RIGHT way, the FIRST time.
I actually enjoy helping my clients when they're in need, and having them realize that I am giving them the most fair price possible and not taking advantage of their misfortune like some may do.
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What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?
I have 4years of formal schooling, and over 14 years working with some of the best master electricians within the area, whom have taught me all the correct ways to go about any electrical project. I also go to monthly electrical education continuance meetings as well as stay up to date with the NEC regulations.
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What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a pro in your area of expertise?
There are a few things to look for when looking for a decent electrician. The first master electrician I have ever apprenticed under, told me something that has stuck with me for 16 years now, and I consistently see examples of frequently. He said "Everyone is an electrician, until it's time to be an electrician. ". If you call an electrician for a service call, and when they come to make the repairs and dont have any type of tester or meter with them that should be a flag. But you can always ask them from the beginning about their experience, and how long they have been a journeyman, and if they hesitate to answer, you have the right to be a little suspicious. And always make sure that no matter who is performing the work, they carry liability insurance, because there are many potential hazards, though rare, are possible, so to protect you and your family, you're not being rude if you ask for proof of insurance. Best wishes