Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Albuquerque’s #1 Electricians answer the most frequently asked questions (FAQs) around the community related to Electrical Services.
That’s a great question! The state of New Mexico requires that only the owner needs to be licensed and all the electricians’ employees can work under that license but all our electricians either have their Journeyman or Master License. We do have apprentices that are required to go to school to obtain their Journeyman and Master License. NM License #000000
We have NO labors or helpers working for us.
We accept Check, Cash, Visa and Mastercard. We do not accept American Express. There is a 4% service fee for credit card purchases over $1,000.00
It depends on the size of your home and the electrical load. A turnkey, whole home system starts around $8,000.00 and goes up from there. Many factors can affect this cost including the size of the generator needed, gas connections, electrical connections and if your generator needs to be put on a raised platform.
We do not. We can check the connections and voltage right up to the appliances. We recommend calling an appliance repair person.
***One of our MOST COMMON Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
We carry a very large variety of commonly used electrical materials on our trucks at all times. We also keep these items stocked weekly. However, because styles, colors and technology is constantly changing, we may not always have everything needed to complete a project. We do have a strong relationship with all electrical suppliers in the area that help us get the parts we need quickly and efficiently.
Our electricians run as a two-man crew. This is for the safety of our electricians and the safety of the customer. All of our electricians are CPR and First Aid certified and prepared to assist if an emergency arises.
OSHA Paragraphs 1910.269(l)(1)(i) and (ii) establish certain types of work where at least two employees must be present. OSHA determined that there was a need, with some types of work, for having an extra employee present. The preamble to the final standard presented OSHA’s rationale: in the event of an electric shock incident, the two person requirement provides, “the immediate availability of a person trained in CPR [cardiopulmonary resuscitation].” The Agency also noted that an additional worker, “should be able to point out poor work practices to their fellow employees.”
Yes we do, please call our office for details. (505) 554-3313
Any time you need indoor or outdoor electrical work done, that’s the time to call on a professional, licensed electrician. What might seem like a simple situation to you might actually be a potential danger. Most electrical fires occur because a homeowner didn’t think there was a serious problem.
Here are some situations where it would be wise to call an electrician:
- You need to upgrade your service.
- Your lights are dimming and flickering.
- You need to add some additional outlets.
- You have power surges when the refrigerators kicks in.
- You keep tripping a circuit breaker or blowing a fuse.
- Any time something unusual is happening with your electrical system.