Your home is your haven. It deserves only the best, including the service professionals who keep it running in tip-top shape.
So, when you are looking for an electrician, look to Building Omaha. We provide the best-trained, safest, and most experienced electrical workers to power your home.
5 Reasons to Hire a Building Omaha Electrician:
1. Insurance and License: Accidents happen. But if you hire an electrician who isn’t insured, you’ll be the one footing the (often costly) bill if something goes wrong.
Make sure your electrician has:
- general liability insurance, to cover property damage;
- auto insurance, to safeguard against damage unloading tools and supplies; and
- workers compensation insurance, to prevent you from being responsible for any injury or damage that occurs over the course of a job.
Hire a properly trained and licensed electrician to:
- acquire necessary permits and inspection certificates;
- save time and money by having the job done right the first time;
- safeguard your home from potentially hazardous shortcuts;
- ensure accountability to state electrical divisions; and
- benefit from bonded electricians.
2. Qualifications and Experience: Your home deserves the best-trained electricians in the business. Building Omaha professionals:
- Are formally educated in the classroom;
- Have 3-5 years of on-the-job training through our apprenticeship program;
- Keep current on new codes, safety protocols, and the latest technology through continuing education.
3. Warranties: A warranties is a seal of approval. Building Omaha electricians stand by their work, offering service warranties, ranging from one-year to lifetime, on top of manufacturers’ warranties for such parts as switches, outlets, and lights.
4. Knowledgeable and Responsive: You need to be confident in your choice of electrician. Building Omaha electricians are trustworthy and give your peace of mind by answering a number of questions:
- Are you licensed, insured, and bonded?
- Do you offer a warranty?
- Can you provide references?
- What does your estimate include?
- What is your training and experience?
- On what kinds of projects do you typically work?
- Do I need a permit?
- What is the timeframe for completion?
5. References and Reviews: But don’t just take our word for it. Obtain references; check out reviews. At least three references are optimum. And make sure you follow up, asking such questions as:
- Were there any issues?
- If so, how were they resolved?
- How was communication between you and the electrician?
- Was the electrician courteous and timely?
- Did the project come in on budget?
In the age of the internet, reviews are plentiful. Consult Angi, Yelp, and Google reviews, to name a few.
Building Omaha cuts the guesswork out of hiring an electrician. Find a highly-qualified professional for a no-hassle experience.
Brighten your life with Building Omaha, a partnership that powers the city.