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Conference The Code One of the most significant features is the electrical part of the work, when contemplating new construction or a remodeling project. While many homeowners do some of the work themselves, it's wise to enlist the ser-vices of an authorized electrical contractor. Electric wiring, enterprise boxes, and fixtures may represent a serious danger, leading to fire or injury if perhaps not correctly constructed and installed. Most local building authorities require that even residential electric wiring meet local code requirements. An inspection must be performed upon completion of work before drywall is installed, and a certificate of inspection provided by the inspector or qualified electrician. Finding the Right Builder When choosing an electrical company, ensure they meet these guidelines: Supply a written quote for your cost of the task they will be doing. Give recommendations of completed tasks, and evidence of current liability insurance. Browse here at garden grove electrician by browsing Google Books. The Examination Process Because enterprise boxes, wiring, and fixtures should meet electrical code and be inspected before other aspects of the project could be done, it is vital that you meet with all other contractors when planning and scheduling work, to cover the project progresses smoothly. In addition to the mentioned examinations, if there will be any buried cable included, that will also need to be examined before trenching is backfilled. Wiring for the meter, the primary disconnect, and grounding should also be examined. The three best resources for finding an electric contractor are references from somebody you understand that recently have experienced work done, a summary of local registered technicians provided by the licensing authority in your area, and Internet referral resources. Canadians can go on the web at www.handycanadian.com to discover a competent, certified professional within their region.Fullerton Electric 505 East Wilshire Fullerton, CA 92832 (714) 329-9832 www.FullertonElectric.net

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