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Electrical Contractor 27622 | Master Electrician 190998
Collin County, TX #1 Electrician
Licensed Collin County, Texas Electrician
Our customers trust us with their electrical repairs and electrical installations because we are committed to providing the highest quality service. Before you hire someone to complete electrical work in your residence or business, please take a few minutes to review licensing regulations. Understand the different levels of licensure, make sure that your electrician is licensed in the state of Texas and verify that their license is in good standing.
Anyone who performs electrical work in the State of Texas must be licensed. Unfortunately, many homeowners and businesses do not hire qualified, licensed electricians; instead, they have one or two guys who “do everything,” often with disastrous consequences.
The most important reason to hire a licensed electrician is very simple: to preserve the safety and value of your property and, most importantly, prevent injury and possible death. Licensed electricians are trained specifically to understand the intricacies of the electrical wiring in your property, and they have the knowledge necessary to safely complete electrical installations and electrical repairs.
Additional reasons to hire a licensed electrician:
Some homeowners and general handymen believe they have the skills needed to complete minor electrical work, but the truth is that a property’s electrical system is more complex than most realize. Unfortunately many DIY’ers and others who use unlicensed electricians experience catastrophic property damage, injury and even death.
Worst case scenario for your electrical repair or electrical installation project:
You should always hire a licensed electrician to complete any electrical work in your home or business. Even minor work such as adding an extra outlet or changing switches pose a risk. No matter how small the job you should consider paying a professional, licensed electrician to minimize the risk of electrical shock or catastrophic fire.
A licensed electrician is trained to safely perform repairs and installations such as:
Not all licensed electricians are the same. There are many different types of electrician licenses issued by the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation. Ideally, you will only trust the electrical wiring in your home or business to a Master Electrician or an Electrical Contractor. In addition to comprehensive testing, both licenses require applicants pass a stringent background review in order to obtain the license. The background check includes experience verification, a disciplinary action review and a criminal history review. The most common types of licenses are:
Electrical Contractor (Business License):
Don’t assume that the person you hire to complete electrical repairs or electrical installations is qualified. Questions to ask any service provider before you hire:
At Nisat Electric, we take electrical licensure very seriously and we are proud to maintain three licenses. Click on the license number to verify the current status with the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation:
Nisat Electric's experienced Master Electrician will make sure your electrical service fits in with your desired outcome and your electrical wiring will be current with the latest National Electrical Code.
Also, when you hire Nisat Electric as your electrician, you’ll take a proactive approach to preventing flickering lights, electrical fires, circuit breaker problems, and other electrical issues.
Before you hire someone to install recessed lighting in your home in Collin County, Texas, please take a few minutes to read Reviews from Nisat Electric customers.
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