Finding the Right Electrician
Faulty wiring can cause fire, and we all know the dangers that come with it. That’s why you have to take your time reviewing your options before hiring an electrician.
Licensing and Insurance Coverage
First off, check whether the electrician you may be eyeing is licensed. This provides assurance that the contractor has met the state’s requirements in terms of courses taken and practical work rendered. If they tell you they’re licensed, ask for proof, and make sure it’s current and cover the type of electrical work you need. Keep in mind that some electrical licensed carry restrictions. Also see to it that the electrician has liability as well as workman’s compensation insurance. Again, if they claim they’re covered, ask to see evidence. In Montreal, one of the most trusted licensed and injured contractors is Ozen Electrique.
Quotes for Comparison
It’s always a good idea to ask for at least three quotes from different electricians (more than three can be confusing). Communicate exactly the kind of work you need them to do. In exchange, they should give you a quote with a complete breakdown of prices. After getting the quotes, sit down and compare them with one another before deciding on the one that is most in sync with your needs, requirements and budget. If you’re in Montreal, Ozen Electrique is one of the most popular contractors that will be happy to give you a quote.
Qualifications and Experience It’s a must that you are comfortable with this contractor for your project’s sake. A professional electrician will also come on time and call you if they’re held up. With Ozen Electrique, professionalism is a given.