Scott Mauder
727 483-2808 Cell
727 648-2277  Office

scott18.fep@gmail.com
http://www.electrician-clearwater.com

Florida State License: EC13005398

Turn to Florida Electric Partnership for a reliable residential or commercial electrician in Clearwater, FL. Whether you are working on a newly constructed home or need repairs for an existing commercial structure, we are capable of performing the job quickly and efficiently. Depend on the expertise of our trained and knowledgeable staff to provide you with top-notch services that give you a safe space in which to live. When searching for a professional team to provide electrical services, you need to know that the team you hire can provide the best possible workmanship when wiring your home. Without a team you can trust, you could end up with subpar or even unsafe wiring.

It is in the interest of everyone's safety that the electrical components in your home or office are properly installed. Our licensed electricians possess decades of experience and all of the necessary qualifications. We make quality our top priority on any job we take on. You'll very quickly notice the difference that hiring our team for electrical jobs makes.

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Dale Jarosz
Electrical Contractor
License # Ec13004200

246 Grove St
Dunedin, FL 34698
727 239-3358 
email: dale@phpelectric.com 
www.PHPElectric.com 

Choose a Licensed and Insured Electrician

When it comes to electrical work, you should always hire a professional electrician. Due to the serious hazards involved with electricity, only licensed and insured electricians should handle your electrical needs. Just because your neighbor tells you how great of a handyman he is doesn’t mean they should touch your home’s wiring. Simply put, electrical work is very dangerous and it isn’t worth the risk. Even the jobs that appear simple and easy still require the services of a professional electric contractor.

You should also be aware that due to codes, you might not be allowed to perform electrical work yourself. There are so many little details that must be considered when wiring or establishing new electrical components and without the proper knowledge, licensing or training, you can easily overload a circuit and cause more damage to your home.

If you need to hire an electrician, you must make certain that they are licensed and insured. Check with your local state’s requirements and certifications and ensure that the electrician that you’ve contacted has met those requirements. The electric contractor should also get the proper permits for your project as well. By calling your state’s department of labor you can find out what the requirements are that your electrician will need to meet.

You should also ask the electrician how long they’ve been in business and also determine if they belong to any trade associations. Trade associations are a great way for businesses to stay current with the changes taking place in their industries. Asking for references from the electric contractor is a great way to ensure that the electrician has been in business for a while and has a good reputation. You can also check with the Better Business Bureau to ensure that the electrician is in good standing. By taking the time to make sure that the electrician holds the proper licenses and certifications, you can ensure the safety of your home and family and feel confident that your electrical job will be performed properly.

On The Gulf Home Inspection Services

2519 McMullen Booth Rd 
Suite 510-240 
Clearwater, FL 33761
727 421-7650