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- Help with appliance branch circuits
- outbuilding breaker panel wiring
- primary and secondary control wiring
- many more…
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For residential wiring, we can help with sizing fuse box feeders, branch circuit sizing, grounding, kitchen wiring, GFCI, ARC-FAULT breakers, bathroom wiring, AFCI devices, installation techniques, orderly troubleshooting, low/high voltage, hard-wired control systems, smart systems, fire control systems, industrial controls, mechanical controls, new breaker panel installs, remodels, home generator replacement/installs, complete commercial building wiring installations, etc. Get all the critical advice you need from a retired Master Electrician.
Today our economy has forced contractors to choose certain types of projects. This is due to a lack of skilled workers. For example, these contractors may choose to install new building wiring, bidding no remodels. This is some of the most needed kind of work for businesses and homeowners. But if you need remodel type bids some contractors may do this to fill in labor schedules.
Things you might need prior to start of job,
- Have disciplined supervisors.
- Determines profit and possible loss.
- Have electrician with proper skillsets.
- good field drawings.
Things to try to make sure prior to job start
- Labor skill set strengths and weaknesses make or break labor columns.
- Discipline mindsets with proper paperwork skills can make or break.
- Have knowledgeable estimators to keep the labor cost in check
- At every completed section of job, check finances
There are many more types of electrical skill sets:
- replacing old incandescent fixtures w/LED bulbs
- lighting landscape designs
- volume price estimator
- power load balancing skill sets for existing electrical services
- green energy array design/installation
- Installing power generator sets
Some basic helpful planning tips
- Carefully plan for your installation and if drawings are required use up to date city approved drawings with a city stamp.
- Plan your electrical lay out by measuring wire lengths before making any copper wire purchases. This will help you with any mistakes on the cost of copper wire.
- Managing material and labor cost daily during entire scope of project
- Safety – Keep your children and pets away from all live wiring and non- live circuits. While you have ceiling, walls and electrical boxes open, put 6 mil (a mil is one thousandths of an inch) plastic over doorways using nail strips. Keep all rooms closed off until you are sure you are finished and all boxes are closed.
Be safe and keep others safe!
- Challenge yourself!
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