Electrical problems are common. Flashing lights, buzzing sockets, switches that do not work properly or blown fuses are some of the signs indicating a malfunction of the electrical installation. You can avoid potential accidents if you pay attention to minor issues, perform regular inspections of the installation and, if the electrical repairs are needed, you hire only authorized electricians.
Naturally, you will want to make sure that the Centennial electrician you work with is truly able to provide quality services, so it is advisable to ask questions that will help you apply some selection criteria.
Is he/she a licensed electrician?
Electricians must be licensed and authorized to practice in your state.
Do they offer warranty?
Any professional electrician must offer you a warranty for the electrical job performed, so that, in case of any problems, he or she will intervene and fix what went wrong the first time.
What experience do they have in a particular field?
This question is necessary for an electrician if your project requires specific expertise, such as the installation of voice/ data wiring, automation systems or solar equipment. Even if there are other contractors who can handle the specialized issues, it is useful if your electrician has experience working with these systems and protocols.