Commercial electricians are the best choice for any electrical work, upgrades, or repairs that your business needs, but it still pays to ask a few key questions before hiring one.
Experience and licensing are two key areas to look at when hiring a commercial electrician. You’ll want to make sure they have the necessary experience for the type of job you need done, as well as having the required licensing according to state and federal laws. Any electrical contractor that you are considering for hire should be able to show that they possess the current and valid licenses required in your state.
Another key question is timing—any commercial electrician whom you hire should be able to provide you with a good estimate of start/finish times. It’s also a good idea to make sure the payment terms are detailed up front, specifying how and when the job will be paid. Many commercial electricians will require a deposit up front with the remainder being paid after the work is completed.
By taking the time to ask these questions up front, you and your commercial electrician can ensure that you both agree on the terms and conditions of the work that needs to be done, as well as the estimated completion time and payment details.