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  • 4 Things You Can Learn from Vintage Electrical Stuff

    4 Things You Can Learn from Vintage Electrical Stuff

    One big thing that you can learn from vintage electrical items is how to identify older pieces of electrical equipment. Not only can this help you to determine how a piece of equipment is hooked up, but it can also aid you in testing it for functionality.

  • How to Properly Vet Subcontractors

    How to Properly Vet Subcontractors

    Whether you need extra hands for a large project or an expert for a special job, hiring subcontractors is a great way to fill your short-term employment needs. It’s important to thoroughly check any subcontractors who will be working on your job sites because their work will be representing your company to your clients.

  • Should You Help Clients with Alternative Energy Rebate/Grant/Offset Paperwork?

    Should You Help Clients with Alternative Energy Rebate/Grant/Offset Paperwork?

    Alternative energy solutions such as solar power options are becoming increasingly popular among both homeowners and business owners.

  • 4 Do’s and Don’ts for Resolving a Consumer Complaint Filed Through the Attorney General

    4 Do’s and Don’ts for Resolving a Consumer Complaint Filed Through the Attorney General

    If an unhappy client has filed a consumer complaint against your electrician business with your state’s Attorney General’s office, you may find yourself at a loss as to how to proceed.

  • Automatic Vs. Manual Wire Strippers

    Automatic Vs. Manual Wire Strippers

    For professional electricians, proper wire stripping is an important part of most jobs, whether working with power conductors or control wiring. Whenever you’re doing a repair job or a new installation, it’s best to be prepared with the right equipment for the task.

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