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State regulations require licensed electricians to install or repair wiring in a new residential or commercial construction or building remodel. They set up the panels and cables or wires to the different indoor rooms in a house or business and then connects the wires to fixtures and outlets. Hiring a specialist challenges many individuals because they don't understand the terminology. Learn the common terms used by specialists in this field.

  • Contractor – Workers who specialize in electricity go through years of training and education before gaining their own license. Contractors work for themselves, independently from their own office or with a general contracting firm who handles building projects for dozens or hundreds of clients. In every case, they must be licensed by their state for new constructions, upgrades, and repairs.
  • Generators – Many houses and businesses have emergency generators to keep appliances and machinery running if the power goes out. Hospitals, refrigeration companies, and nursing homes rely on generators to keep people on machines like respirators safe, as well as keeping medications and foods at the proper temperature. It's foolish for homeowners to hook generators up to panels so it's important to call in an expert.
  • Ground-fault Interrupter Circuits (GFIC) – Outdoor or exterior lighting and fixtures near sinks and other water sources must be protected by a GFIC. It's dangerous to maintain current if water gets into wiring. This circuit cuts power immediately if water reaches the electrical outlet or fixture. A specialist will install a GFIC to operate with outdoor lighting, spa, or pool equipment.
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    National Electric Corporation
    Offering electrical wiring, set up, and repairs from our local Loveland area electric contractors. Make sure you get the highest quality services and repairs when you hire our contractors.
    National Electrical Contractors
    Bethesda, MD 20814
    Find an electric contractor for residential electric repair, home wiring, commercial wiring, and electrical outlet repair. For any type of lighting or wiring needs, our electric contractors do it all.
    National Electrical Contractors Association
    Bethesda, MD 20814
    If you're looking for an electric contractor in your local area, find one through our prestigious association. Offering nationwide listings for all types of electric contractors across the country.
    Chicago, IL 60602
    This is the meeting place for consumers and contractors looking to get a project done. You can post your electrical needs and local contractors will give you a free quote via our website!
    Elocal Electricians.com.
    Dresher, PA 19025
    If you're building or moving into a new property, consider help from our local Loveland area electric contractors. Our licensed electric contractors provide service for all types of properties.
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    Leitner Electric Co
    11260 Cornell Park Dr, Cincinnati, OH 45242
    Established in 1978, we're your electrical contractors of choice specializing in both residential & commercial electrical work & wiring repair. For excellent service that you can trust, call us today!
    (513) 351-9024
    E and F Electric
    6938 Tylersville Rd, West Chester, OH 45069
    Let our licensed electricians ensure that your home is running at peak performance. Our electric company in West Chester, OH, serves residential and commercial customers.
    (513) 909-4054
    Bertke Electrical Services & Testing
    1645 Blue Rock St, Cincinnati, OH 45223
    We're the Tri-State's Favorite Neighborhood Electrician! Bertke Electric is proudly serving your area! All of our electricians are licensed, insured, background checked.
    (513) 542-2350
    Lowe Energy Controls
    6423 Branch Hill Guinea Pike, Loveland, OH 45140
    (513) 683-3033
    Ford Electric
    6843 Oakland Rd, Loveland, OH 45140
    (513) 256-5148
    Action Elec Serv
    1761 Clark Dr, Loveland, OH 45140
    Our family has been servicing the Greater Cincinnati Area in the electrical field since 1954. We have had three generations of experience and excellence working hard to make sure your job is done safe
    (513) 575-4900
    National Electrl Contrs Assn
    7815 Cooper Rd, Cincinnati, OH 45242
    (513) 791-8777
    Star Elec Co
    9906 Knollwind Dr, Cincinnati, OH 45242
    (513) 791-1104
    Lake Erie Elec Inc
    Maineville, OH 45039
    (513) 583-5222
    All Wright Electric Inc
    4553 Lamont Ave, Cincinnati, OH 45242
    (513) 891-2763
    Handyman Connection
    11115 Kenwood Rd, Cincinnati, OH 45242
    (513) 771-1122
    Rossmann Electric
    289 W Fosters Maineville Rd, Maineville, OH 45039
    (513) 683-1830
    Allied Electrical Contractors
    10999 Reed Hartman Hwy, Cincinnati, OH 45242
    (513) 680-7454
    Genstep Electric Inc
    5900 Pleasant Hill Rd Ste A, Milford, OH 45150
    (513) 575-4613
    City Electric Supply Co
    1283 Us Highway 50, Milford, OH 45150
    (513) 453-0208

    If you need to replace the wiring in your home, consider hiring an electric contractor. An electric contractor installs wiring professionally. They can work on residential and commercial buildings. An electric contractor can install a panel that controls the direction of power in your home. This panel controls devices such as your indoor and outdoor lights. They can also repair the wire connections in your house. It is important to maintain your wiring so that you don’t need repairs often. When your home is under construction, you should get an electric contractor to look over your plans. He will work with your general contractor to make sure you have upgraded equipment. Make sure both of these people should be licensed, whether they are independent or with a company. Having the proper wiring is important for emergency situations. Your electrician can set up exterior emergency lights. He can also install an emergency backup generator to provide you with power even during an outage. When you are choosing a contractor, you should always ask for references and compare rates. You want to be sure the contractor has a solid history of success and carries the required licenses and certificates. Ask your neighbors and friends if they have a contractor they can suggest. Looking for a contractor can be intimidating, but it doesn’t have to be. Make sure you have all the right information and you can be confident in your choice. It is important to hire an electrical contractor so that your home or office wiring is in top condition.
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