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Choosing a STL electrician can be tricky business, especially if you live in a larger area with more local companies to choose from. The good news is that there are plenty of ways to find and pick out a great electrician in St Louis that best suits your needs. For more information, check out the provided following information.

Location: It is always a good idea to check the location of the electrician because some of them charge you per mile for house calls. While many companies do visit for free, you do want to make sure you know the travel rates if there are any. Some will charge outside of a certain distance, (such as more than 20 minutes) and visit for free for some where closer.  

St. Louis Electricians

 Electricians in St. Louis  Phone Number
 Accurate Electric  636-225-1020
 Bates Electric  636-243-7212
 Fielder Electric  314-773-4955
 Gardner Electrical Services  314-544-1100
 Patraba Electric  314-423-5011
 Power House Electric  314-732-1148
 Mister Sparky

Reinhold Electric

 314-781-9998

314-631-1158

 Rosco Electric  314-862-1115
 Streib Electric  314-487-7474
 Volz Electric  314-832-3070

Rates: Rates are important but what you pay for is what you get. A journeyman electrician will obviously charge less than a master electrician, but the quality may be a little lower because the electrician doesn’t have the experience. If you just need basic work, remember to compare the rates from several electricans and choose the one that best suits your budget needs. 

Licensing: Most states require electricians to have licensing in order to operate but sometimes (rarely) you will see people offering electrical repair and installation services without this license. In order to legally hire an electrician who is certified to follow the safety codes and regulations required by your state, you have to ensure that they have proper state licensing. Ssk them for their training credentials and then check up with the organization or school where they learned (you can do this very easily online) to verify that they have proper training. It will only take a few minutes to ask about licensing and training, or to do some basic research.

Reputation: It is always a good idea to ask around, look the electrician up on Yelp, and Google an electrician before you hire them. Once again, this only takes a few minutes (in the case of Yelp/Google) and gives you a good idea of what you are getting into. 

St. Louis Electrical Resources

IBEW Local One             Independent Electrical Contractors of St Louis

Emergency Services: If you don’t live in an apartment then it may be a good idea to check around for a STL electrician you can keep on call. If only for emergency purposes. If your breakers or heater go out in the middle of the night, you want to know that someone can come and fix it. Not all electrical contractors offer an on call service, so check around. 

This may help with your criteria of rates, licensing, and reputation of your chosen St. Louis electrician.

 

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