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Alan Goldberg Electric

Electrical Contractor 310.823.5058
New York      
  Westchester & Surrounding Counties:  Southern Connecticut

Giordano Electric and Automation

Electrical Contractor 914.804.4789
  Long Island - Nassau & Suffolk Kevin Freddo Electric Electrical Contractor 516.361.0995
  Columbia & Dutchess Counties Barraco Builders Building Contractor 845.389.2084
  Long Island - Nassau & Suffolk Electron Contracting Electrical Contractor 631.209.0388
North Carolina      
  Haywood Country

Partridge Electrical Services

Electrical Contractor 828.627.1000

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Choosing a Contractor

When the time comes to choose a contractor, how will you distinguish between a certified, experienced contractor and a ‘Wish I never meet you contractor’? A little research and some probing questions can help you make the right decision and save you time and money. Here are a few tips to find an Electrician or other Contractor.


Insure that the contractor is licensed and registered with the state or County.


Check with the State or County Consumer Affairs office to make sure their license is current & any disciplinary actions. Below are links to some of these sites:



New York City

Check with the Better Business Bureau in your area to check for any complaints against the contractor.


Ask for proof of the contractor's liability insurance. Ask for copies of the insurance certificates to verify coverage. 


Ask for proof of the contractor's  workers' compensation insurance. Ask for copies of the insurance certificates to verify coverage.  Be aware that if the contractor does not carry workers’ compensation coverage, you may be liable for any medical bills or injuries suffered by the contractor, or any of his/her employees on your property. You need to be certain that you are properly protected from personal injury lawsuits if this person gets injured while working on your property.


Get a written contract.


Ask for References.


Call the References.


Don't automatically choose the lowest bidder.


For a more detailed list of tips visit the following site.