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Qualities of a Great Electrician

Posted on March 17th, 2016 by Jupiter Tequesta

Electrician West Palm BeachLooking to hiring an electrician for your spring remodeling projects?  Although we love DIY, hiring a licensed electrician is the best way to complete your remodeling project safely.  Here are a few qualities to look for when hiring an electrician to complete work in your home.

What qualities make up a great electrician?

They’re well trained.  Certified electricians are required to complete both coursework and hands-on training.  While these courses teach them important information, most of their learning is completed through an apprenticeship, where they learn on-the-job.  This apprenticeship usually lasts about four years before they are considered a fully licensed electrician.  Check to make sure that the electrician you have work in your home is fully licensed and trained (don’t worry – ours are)!

They’re good listeners.  Because electricians need to go through several years of training, they need to be good listeners on the job.  These listening skills aren’t just important for picking up the functions of the job, but they’re important for understanding client needs, too!

They’re intelligent.  Electricians need to have good problem-solving skills.  They need to be able to identify and come up with solutions to electrical problems and have good judgement!

Do you need a qualified electrician to do work in your home?  We’re here to help!  Our professional technicians provide plumbing, air conditioning and electric services to homeowners in the West Palm Beach area.

To learn more, give us a call:

Tequesta: (561) 747-5740
Palm Beach: (561) 626-6822
Martin: (772) 546-2822
St. Lucie: (772) 546-2822

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