So far, we’ve told you a lot about our company, but what if you’re considering several local electricians in Colorado Springs, CO? Each one will say that his business is the best. How will you choose? Look at these important points:
Is Your Colorado Springs Electrician Fully Licensed?
There’s a big difference between being a handyman and a fully licensed, certified, and insured electrician. A one-man operation might charge you a lot less, but without the necessary licenses and insurances, using him to do the job could be very risky for you.
For example, if your building burns down because of an electrical fault, your insurance may not cover it, and if the contractor has an accident, you could end up in court being sued for damages.
Certain types of work also require special types of license. For example, high voltage work is very risky, and electricians who undertake it must have the correct certifications in place.
How did the Electrician Treat Other Clients?
You definitely shouldn’t be the electrician’s very first client! What do his previous clients say about the service they received? Review sites like Yelp! can give you an insight into what you can expect.
We won’t say that we never make a mistake, but if we do, we always make things right with the client. That’s why our reviews are overwhelmingly positive.
What’s on the Estimate?
In te first place, Colorado Springs electricians should give you a written quote. Second, it should be itemized so that you can see what goes on materials and what the labor involved will cost.
When comparing estimates, it’s worth looking at what has been listed for inclusion. You should also ask questions when you’re not sure what any of the line items mean. An electrician who is going to offer you better service than the rest may have spotted additional tasks that others didn’t. A con-artist won’t be able to give you good reasons for the additional inclusions.
Are we the cheapest electricians in Colorado Springs? Probably not. But that’s becuse we offer you a truly professional service. Companies that charge less may plan to cut corners just to land the job. If they’re that desperate to get business, you might want to think twice about using them. Our pricing is reasonable for a professional job. Some companies load their prices, while others shoot for the lowest one. The middle road is almost always the best one to choose.
Experience Keeps You Safe
If you’ve just completed training as an electrician, you still have a lot to learn. Or electricians all have years of experience to back them up. That’s important because making a mistake in electrical installations can be hazardous. We keep you, and your home, or your business safe by ensuring that our electricians will never take shortcuts. There’s only one way to get things done, and that’s the right way!
Appearances Matter and People Skills Count
We respect our clients, and that means being respectable! Every staff member is expected to treat clients courteously and professionally. That includes keeping our word when we have an appointment with you, sending you pleasant and efficient artisans who look neat and work cleanly and ensuring that our vehicles are kept in good working order.
Don’t accept excuses. An electrician in Colorado Springs who cannot be prompt and punctual when you need a quote on pending electrical work will continue to be that way throughout the project.