Have Questions or Concerns About Your Electrical System?

Choose us for top-tier electrical utility services in Anderson, Montgomery, and Navasota, TX

Electrical systems can be overwhelming and quite confusing for the average homeowner to understand. Thankfully, Caskey Electrical Services of Anderson, Montgomery, and Navasota, TX is here to ease your worries. Keep reading to check out our answers to our most commonly asked questions.

Are you licensed?

The first thing you should ask the prospective electrical contractor is if you could see their license. Electrical contractors can possess a variety of licenses for various types of jobs. State-certified contractors are positioned at the top of their profession, while regional and county electricians can only work in specific areas and are restricted to certain tasks.

Are you insured?

If an accident occurs during the job, an insured electrical contractor is liable for any injured worker or property damage.

What are your credentials?

A reliable contractor is always up to date and informed about recent electrical methods (installation, repairs, replacement, etc.) and business practices.

Do you have any references?

References are almost as important as a license. If past clients are head over heels about their work, then they are a good choice to work for you.

Do I need a permit?

A contractor might not always know right away whether a permit is required. As a homeowner or building owner, you need to determine exactly what permits are necessary.

Who will perform the actual work?

Licensed electrical contractors often hire journeyman electricians to perform work under their license unless you hire an actual electrical company to take care of the job.

What work will you perform?

Sometimes, an electrical contractor may need to penetrate the drywall, flooring or siding to perform the task. It's best to determine a cost breakdown of services before you sign an agreement.

What are your service fees?

Always ask if the electrical contractor has any service fees, travel costs and even trip charges to avoid hidden charges.

What are your specialties?

While some electrical contractors are experts in repairs and maintenance, others are better at installations and replacements.

Is your work under warranty?

If malfunctions occur when the job is finished, how much will that cost? However, if you are under warranty, we'll repair any problems after the job without additional costs.

Do you have a question you don't see listed above? Reach out to our electrician right away.