Three Key Points to Consider When Calling an Electrician
When it’s time to call an electrician for any electrical job, it’s important to check the
following key points about the electrician and/or the company
1. Electrician’s license
2. Level of license your electrician has
The license the electrician holds in an important factor. If a proper license from the “Texas
Department of Licensing and Regulation”, has been issued in their name then it’s a pretty
good bet you’re in safe hands. If an electrician is offering a service for what seems a very
cheap price, which is a warning signal for you to do a thorough check regarding his license.
People who are working as electricians in Dallas, TX, need to be licensed from the
government to ensure they’re qualified to perform the work you need done without putting
you, your femur property at risk.
Level of license your electrician should have
There are 4 levels of licensing
This license is issued to a person who has just started their career in the field. This
license requires 2 years of training under a supervisor. Upon completing a state
authorized electrical exam with a passing score, he is upgraded to Wireman
This electrician is licensed to work without any supervision in residential buildings.
So, when calling a Dallas electrician, you need to be sure the electrician is at least a
Any electrical job to be done in any commercial building requires a Journeyman
Electrician. In order to qualify for a Journeyman Electrician license, the electrician
must have completed 8000 work hours under the supervision of a Master
Every electrical company should employ at least one Master Electrician to supervise
all the electricians and electrical work carried out on behalf of the company.
Without a Master Electrician supervising, the risk is much higher of at the