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Best Electrician – Learning more, earning more

Best electrician

As a good electrician’s reputation grows, so does his (her) business. So, too, do his (her) self-confidence and experience. Increasingly, he (or she) is able to work on his (her) own terms, delivering that outstanding quality in his (her) area of expertise.
Confident, experienced, sure of his (her) expertise. But never over-confident or complacent because he (she) wants to learn all the time.

How does an experienced electrician learn?

Obviously – and this can’t be overstated – he (or she) learns from experience. Different jobs present different challenges when absolute safety and outstanding quality are the focus.
But he (or she)  should also stay up to date with the latest trends and solutions. I believe this is very important because the electrical distribution industry is fast moving. Manufacturers have been developing safer, smarter, more efficient products. In lighting, for example, manufacturers made huge progress in the past 10 years from ordinary bulbs to energy saving LED-based ones. Not to mention all innovations in electrical installation parts – from circuit outlets to trunking cables – plus enclosures and the smart panel boards.
Top electrical contractors should attend manufacturers’ conferences where they unveil their new trends and increasingly integrated solutions. They should also attend training courses on new equipment and new and updated installation standards.
If they don’t, they risk losing out to those who do, or tarnish their reputation with jobs that are below par.

Is the latest equipment the best equipment?

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I’m tempted to say, yes. To go back to the culinary comparison in the first blog post. The top chef chooses the best and freshest ingredients. Electricians’ ingredients are the best-in-class components from proven manufacturers. Actually, I think the best contractors use them as a matter of course.
For a start, they are easy to install. Manufacturers design them to that end. And good electricians use them to that end. Because the shorter the installation time, the safer and better the installation itself. Mistakes inevitably creep into longer jobs.
Proven, high-quality devices from trusted manufactures also bring with them technical aftersales support. So if you electricians have any queries you can log in to the supplier’s website, draw on the documentation, and get expert advice.

But don’t the latest devices cost more? I hear you say?

Sometimes yes. But – I’m tempted to say – so what? If you try to scrimp and save to corner a market, you’ll waste precious installation time. With the best-in-class latest equipment, you optimize installation time with no safety or quality trade-offs. And that puts you in a good position to propose – to a domestic end-user, say – remote lighting controls or home automation for boilers and heating.

With the best technology and drawing on their experience and expertise, the best contractors don’t just follow trends. They drive them.

To sum up, then. The best electrical contractors are who have well-established, flourishing business because:

  • They exceed customer expectations
  • They generate feedback and grow their business through word of mouth
  • The learn as they earn

Let’s have a look now at how you should exceed those customer expectations.

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14 Responses
  1. Electrician Manly

    An experienced electrician will be able to understand the advancement in technology and choose the best tools to his advantage. Using new and improved equipment will reduce the time and cost of installations and repairs.

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  2. Christophe Carlier

    Thank you, this article has been very informative. I am currently looking for an electrician that can help me out with some problems in the house. As you said, a good electrician should be confident, experienced and sure of his expertise. It is important for an electrician to know about the latest equipment and use that which is most effective. Hopefully I am able to find one with all these qualities. Thanks again.
    -Chris | http://www.mikecounsilelectric.com/monterey-electricia

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  3. Delores Lyon

    Thanks for sharing this information on getting the best electrician possible. It sounds like you really need to make sure that the electrician has a lot of experience. In fact, I am not sure how to make sure that an electrician is up to date on the latest electricity trends. Would you just ask them about conventions they have been to?

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  4. brainsmith

    You made some good points .I did a little research on the topic and found that most people agree with your blog. great data. Much thanks to you for offering.

    it is extremely helpful to us. I will visit this online journal regularly.

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  5. Christina Grover

    I agree that an electrician should be up-to-date with the latest trends and solutions for electrical problems. I am having trouble with my circuit breaker tripping quite often. I need to hire an electrician to come out and see if there is a bigger problem. I just hope that the electrical problem will be an easy fix, and not cost too much.

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  6. Westly Smith

    I like how you say that the latest equipment is the best equipment. I agree with that statement. I feel like it’s new for a reason. Although, I can see a certain electrician being comfortable with equipment that he’s had for a long time. Thanks for the article!

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  7. Paul Hannania

    Only An experienced electrician able to reduce cost and time by using latest equipments.So we should care about this matter.
    Thanks for shareing this article.

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  8. James

    Great, informative article. I have found that using friends’ recommendations is the best way to find the best electrician.

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  9. Derek Mcdoogle

    You mentioned that top electrical contractors should attend manufacturers’ conferences where they unveil their new trends and increasingly integrated solutions. Do most electricians have the training that is needed to redo a home’s electrical setup? My brother called me last night because the north part of his home had no power. Hiring an experienced electrician might be the best option.

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  10. Mark Dean

    Nice information shared in the article. I am agree with the statement that latest equipment is not always best equipment. Sometimes, it is best to go with traditional equipment to save cost and reduce risk.

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  11. John Mahoney

    It really helped when you talked about how companies are always improving their items and it is important to find an electrician that is up to date on how to deal with them. Personally, I believe that consulting with the BBB can always facilitate the job of looking around for the best professional to help with your electric system. My parents are planning on moving to a house that needs a lot of electrical care so I figured I look into it so I can help them choose the best.

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  12. Trusted Tradie Electrician

    Awesome! You got all keypoints outlined in your article. Like with every other profession, a continuous learning is definitely essential to stay updated with the latest techniques. This is an investment as well because people will trust you more when they see that you definitely know what you’re doing thus can result to more clients.

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