If you are not qualified to deal with electrical problems, why try to fix them and risk your life.
Here are some key points that will help you find and choose a good electrician:
• Experienced – ask them if they have experience in similar cases and how long it took them to complete the task;
• Positive Customer Feedback – Check their company website for any customer feedback. Lots of good reviews are a good indicator that they'll do a satisfactory job.
• Public liability insurance – check if they have insurance coverage as it helps protect your home and contents. You can find the best electrician on various sites like www.bpmelectrical.co.nz/.
• Good customer service – check if they have good communication skills, friendly staff, arrive on time, and provide professional service;
• Certification of work – ask them if they are going to issue an electrical certificate for the work and check with your local authority for Part P compliance;
• Guarantees and Warranties – Ask them about the warranty coverage of the work to ensure that it will last for the duration of the warranty period and will be repaired if necessary.
Here are some tips to help you get started with finding a good electrician in your area. You can get recommendations from:
• family, friends, and colleagues;
• NiceIC website
Make a list of the names you get from each name and narrow it down to three. Follow the points mentioned above and find yourself a good electrician.