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Finding the Right Electrician

Bad wiring is a common cause of fire and we all know how devastating it can be. That’s why you have to take your time reviewing your options before hiring an electrician.

Licensing and Insurance Coverage

First of all, verify whether the electrician you have your sights on has a license. This is your guarantee that the contractor has complied with the course and practical work requirements of the state. Ask for proof of their license, and check whether it’s current and valid for the kind of work you plan to hire them for. Note that restrictions may come with certain electrical licenses. At the same time, see to it that the electrician is covered by workman’s compensation and liability coverage. Again, if they say they’re covered, ask for proof. If you’re in Montreal, you can trust Ozen Electrique, a licensed and insured electrical contractor that can give you all the security you need.

Quotes for Comparison

It’s always a good idea to ask for at least three quotes from different electricians (more than three can be confusing). The idea is to describe to them as carefully and accurately as possible the kind of work you need. In return, they should provide you a detailed quote with a breakdown of prices. After getting the quotes, sit down and compare them with one another before deciding on the one that is most in sync with your needs, requirements and budget. If you’re in Montreal, you can approach Ozen Electrique and they will be more than glad to give you a quote.

Qualifications and Experience It’s important that you get along with this contractor for the sake of your project. A professional electrician is also time-conscious and will call you if they know they will be late. At Ozen Electrique, professionalism is a basic ingredient of their service.