Expert, Licensed Delaware Electricians
Here at Conductive, we take great pride in the work that we do as the local leading Delaware electrician. We are Licensed, Bonded, and Insured. Since 2003, our company has been the name that local residential and commercial clients call on in order to get the quality electrical repair and installation services they want and the superior results that they deserve. Our main goal is to be able to provide each of our customers with the safe electrical service they need, in a prompt and professional manner.
We have earned the flawless reputation that we have as a reliable Delaware electrical contractor by always making it a point to address the service needs of our clients. This does not mean just meeting their expectations, but making it a point to exceed them. Don’t take chances when it comes to the level of care and expertise that goes into your electrical work; we care as much about your safety and well-being as you do. So make it a point to only work with a company that has this level of commitment to providing you with safe and secure results.
There are so many things that can go wrong with the electrical wiring and fixtures in your home. The important thing is to know who to call on when it comes to taking care of these electrical repairs in Delaware and the surrounding areas. Whether you need electrical outlet repairs, ceiling fan repairs or just general troubleshooting, we can take care of that for you. We will get to the root of the problem at hand so that it is resolved, but so that your home is safer once we are done with the job.
Too often, homeowners ignore problems they are having with their electrical wiring and fixtures. They learn to live with the flickering lights, the burnt out outlet or other things that should be cause for concern. Stop taking chances when it comes to your electrical wiring; let us resolve the problem and help protect your household from issues like sparks, shocks or house fires. Give us a call now and let us address your need for electrical troubleshooting.
One of the best ways to ensure that your home is safe and free from potential electrical red flags is to let us conduct an electrical safety inspection. Whether your home is from the 1930’s or brand new, you can benefit from finding out more about what exactly is going on behind your walls and in your ceilings. Too often, a house fire is caused by something that could have been prevented. Let us make adjustments, repairs and help by suggesting ways in which you could also make your home more energy efficient.
During power outages, all you can think about is how long it will last. Will it be a few hours or a few days? Now, imagine being able to bypass the need for worrying about this by having a whole house generator that would keep your power on when circumstances have other plans. Keep your family comfortable, your home safe and every last perishable food item in your refrigerator lasting through any power outage.
Why Choose Conductive?
The bottom line is that at Conductive, we care about our customers. As an owner operated electrical services company, we pride ourselves on being able to provide each client with the personalized attention and care they need. We want to do more than just temporarily fix your problem; we want to provide you with long term solutions and work together to build a long lasting working relationship with you. So give us a call today to find out more about what we can do for you as your preferred electrician in Delaware.
We can provide any of the following services for you:
- Aluminum Wiring Replacement
- Electrical Safety Inspections
- Home Generators
- Electrical Wiring
- Knob & Tube Wiring
- Electrical Repairs
- Ceiling Fan Installation
- Lighting Repairs
- Outlet Repairs
- GFI Electrical Outlets
- Lighting Installation
- Landscape Lighting
- Security Lighting
- Low Voltage Lighting
- Pool Lighting
- Panel Upgrades
- Surge Protection
- Solar System Installations
- Smart Home Wiring
Residential Electrical Services
An electrician is someone who specializes in the electrical wiring of buildings, machines and related equipment. Because electrical equipment is highly sensitive and potentially dangerous, electricians are always in need for emergencies and to deal with electrical problems. Electricians can work in residential, or private electrician jobs or commercial jobs. Residential jobs may involve work such as fitting a home for electrical wiring and investigating and repairing electrical problems in a home. Commercial electrical work may involve fitting buildings for electrical wiring, doing electrical work en masse for corporations and working aboard planes or ships. An electrician may do a variety of electrical jobs, or they may choose to specialize in certain areas of electrical management. For example, some electricians work in the area of installing and repairing electrical infrastructures such as power lines and generators. Other electricians may specialize in the electrical wiring of.
Electrical contractors are persons or a company that specializes in any work related to electrical system. They can do some installation as well as regular maintenance of your electrical system. They can either work in your local home or in a commercial building as long as it involves working on an electrical system. So how do you become an electrical contractor?
You Need Skills
Assess yourself if you can handle small wirings and other things first. If you have a good eye and hand coordination then you won't be having any problems handling things.
Have a Degree
You should have a degree like electrical engineering or a degree related to electronics. You should also have the appropriate training and lectures conducted when you were a student. Having a related degree helps regulate the number of people who wants to be a contractor. It can be a problem if the state allows just anyone to apply being an electrical contractor despite having no background knowledge or training regarding the work.
Electrician – What You Need To Know
There is an old tradesman's story that is well known but bears repeating. The electrical installations partially fail in a man's house and the washing machine stops. He opens the door thinking the cycle has finished and floods the kitchen. Water pours everywhere.
Our chap doesn't know much about physics but he knows water and electricity are a tricky combination. He checks fuses and basic stuff but cannot solve the problem. In desperation he calls out an electrical contractor.
The electrician duly arrives and works his magic. He tests here, strips out there and soon sources the problem. In no time at all the electrical power is safely restored.
The householder is delighted ... until he sees the bill. "What!" he exclaims, "£97.50 for a strip of wire?"
"Oh no" the electrician replies, "The strip of wire was £7.50. It's £90 for knowing which strip of wire"
As the Electrical Safety Council says, "It's easy to make an electrical circuit work... It's far harder to make the.
When an licensed electrician is "bonded," this means that he or she has purchased a written guarantee that their work will be completed on time and professionally. The bond acts like an insurance policy and then insures that the project the electrician starts will be finished to the satisfaction of the customer. If for a good reason the customer isn't ultimately satisfied with the work performed, then a "claim" is made with the bonding agent, and the customer may be compensated. Of course there is an investigation into the work performed to make sure the claim is above board.
There are several types of "bonds" that an electrical contractor may acquire:
1 - THE BID BOND: A Bid Bond is usually issued as a segment of the bidding process by the electrician to the property owner. This type of bond assures and guarantees that should the bidder be successful, the licensed electrician will execute the contract and provide the required surety bonds. "Surety" in this case refers to the.