Know that when we provide you with a StraightForward price, our prices are competitive. And one thing we firmly believe in is hiring the right employees and paying them well. This in turn ultimately ensures you receive a better and more consistent experience with your electrician and your electrical projects. Happy employees = happy customers!
If you're collecting multiple electrical bids for a project, take extra time to research each company you're considering and weigh the pros and cons of each. We urge customers not to simply choose the lowest bidder for the sake of getting a cheaper price. Consider what else is important to you besides cost.
For example, what do their customers say about the company in online reviews? Are they licensed, bonded and insured? Do they guarantee their work? How much experience do they have? Do they take care of their employees?
The process of hiring an electrician should be similar to many other purchases you make. For example, if you are purchasing a refrigerator, you may be considering a Samsung, Whirlpool, or an LG. Will you make the decision solely on the lowest price? Not likely. Because you also understand you need something that is reliable and functions properly. If you're like most people, you'll read reviews, consider the brand reputation, features, customer service of the company, and warranty options. Just as no two refrigerators are alike, neither are electricians.
Sometimes, though not always, a company may charge a lot less for an electrical project because they don't pay their employees well, don't use quality products, or cut corners in other ways that may or may not be safe. We understand it can be confusing to navigate the waters! But when you consider all the factors and determine what is important to you, it makes the decision to hire an electrician an easier one. You might end up paying a little bit more for a high quality company now, but in the long run, you'll have peace of mind knowing the job is done safely, accurately and professionally. Furthermore, should something unforeseen arise, you're covered with an electrician who is properly insured with great Workers Comp, General Liability, and Commercial Auto insurance policies.