Skilliez Electric, San Jose‘s leading provider of electrician services throughout the San Jose Bay Area. Our electricians are trained and experienced in all phases of electrical work. And whatever the job, you can always count on us to provide the same reliable dependable service every-time. Have a small electrical job or a electrical problem? Our electricians acquired the ability to quickly and accurately diagnose and repair any electrical work that needs to be done saving you, Time and Money. That way, when you have a situation that requires a professional electrician, you’ll feel confident in calling on Skilliez Electric for all your electrical or electrical repair needs.
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” Hands Down the BEST, they installed all new LED recessed lighting, New 200 amp electrical panel, and a list of electrical work. Highly Recommended “
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Skilliez Electric is a full service electrical contractor based in San Jose Ca. serving residential and commercial customers throughout the San Jose Bay Area.
We provide new electrical wiring installations to latest electrical code requirements, electrical repair service upgrades and replacements for safety and reliability, lighting services and property lighting maintenance contracts, recessed lighting installations, commercial lighting retrofits and other services for new construction, renovations, tenant improvements, service upgrades….
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Questions to ask when choosing an electrician in San Jose Ca.
1) Is your company licensed, insured and bonded?
Not only is it illegal to hire an UN-licensed contractor, but you put yourself at risk for fraud or scams. Unlicensed contractors usually don’t pay taxes, don’t have insurance and don’t follow safety laws. Whereas licensed contractors are required to have at least 4 years of experience and education in their trade for which they’re licensed, are fingerprinted and have an FBI background check, are required to have insurance and be bonded
2) What kind of guarantee do you have? How long is your warranty? What does the warranty include?
Yes that’s 3 questions, but they are all related to one idea… You always want to make sure that you understand the type of warranty that the electrical service includes. Find out how long the warranty lasts, what the warranty includes and how you would go about filing a warranty claim if something does indeed go wrong. By asking these questions now, you safeguard yourself from problems down the road. Generally you want the parts guaranteed for one year, and the labor should be guaranteed for at least one year if not longer
3) What’s the process for getting pricing and will the price change if it takes longer?
What you want to find out is if the electrician will provide upfront pricing. You should always get the pricing in writing BEFORE any work starts. You also want to get the scope of the project in writing so there isn’t any confusion of what work is included in the price. It’s also a good idea to find out if there is any chance that the price will increase if it takes longer. In cases, where it’s a larger electrical job like a house remodel, find out what the process is if you want to add additional work. This way, both you and the contractor are protected.