BENEFITS OF WORKING WITH A LICENSED AND INSURED ELECTRICAL & HVAC PROVIDER

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Benefits of Working with a Licensed and Insured Electrical & HVAC Provider

Did you know that not all electricians and HVAC technicians have to be licensed and certified? The requirement of a license depends on the state.

Anyone can work on your electrical service or HVAC systems if the state doesn’t require a certified license.

To become licensed, technicians must attend an accredited trade school or program and pass an exam. With a license, technicians and electricians can verify that they were professionally trained and are qualified to work on your electric and heating, ventilation and cooling system.

Even though it is not mandatory in every state, there are many benefits of working with a licensed and insured electrical and HVAC provider.

Reed Electric, Heating & Air is a licensed and insured provider!

Workers are professionally trained and qualified.

Technicians must attend an accredited trade school and program, where they learn from other licensed technicians. Working with a licensed technician gives you the ease of mind that your Electrical or HVAC system will be installed, repaired and serviced properly.

Licensed contractor work is always done to code.

Technicians must attend an accredited trade school and program, where they learn from other licensed technicians. Working with a licensed technician gives you the ease of mind that your Electrical or HVAC system will be installed, repaired and serviced properly.

Unlicensed contractors can be costly.

Many people think hiring an unlicensed contractor will save them money because their costs are less expensive. While initially this might be true, hiring someone without a license could be costly in the long run. Unlicensed contractors are not professionally trained to work on electrical and HVAC systems, which could lead to making your problem worse. You would then have to hire someone else to fix their mistake, costing you more money. The smart and money-saving decision is to always hire a licensed professional.

A license requires workers to have compensation insurance.

When a person hires an unlicensed contractor, they are at risk if a technician is injured on the job or at your home. The client or homeowner would be at fault if a worker was injured on the job, not the worker’s company. This is not the case for a licensed contractor because they are insured with workers compensation insurance. The company would deal with the injury and not the client or homeowner.

References from other trusted professionals.

Licensed professionals will always recommend other licensed professionals. Whether you need an electrician or a plumber, each trade professional will recommend a licensed professional in the other trade. This ensures that no matter the work you get done, it’s always by a trusted and professional contractor. If you need service or repair on your home or business and need a recommendation, ask a licensed professional first. It ensures you hire someone who will do the work in a timely and quality matter.