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MJ Electrical is a full service electrical contractor with a Master's License located in South of Boston, Ma. Also serving the Northshore, Southshore and all of Boston. We take pride in providing high quality materials & workmanship to our customers.
We work with customers in a professional manners to complete projects on time and on budget. We enjoy building quality relationships with local contractors along with their customers. Your wish is our command.
Licenses / Credentials:
• Licensed Master Electrician # 21116-A
• OSHA Certified
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Residential and Commercial Wiring New and Old Construction Remodeling
Service Changes or Panel Upgrade, subpanel installed. premium business services
All Types of Wiring, new additions, fixtures installed or repaired , dimmer switches installed
GFI's installed, 240 volt outlets installed, Complete Fire Alarm Installations
Complete electrical service changes , specialty electrical designs, ceiling fans installed or replaced
Tips for Hiring a Qualified Boston Electrician
You might not think of it often but, the fact is that at some point in time every home is going to need the services of an electrician. The electricity that makes our lives comfortable and simply makes everything work is a major component in every home. Of course many homeowners are knowledgeable enough to do some of the small things themselves, such as rewiring a wall switch or replacing a ceiling fixture. But for the rest of us, anything electrical that requires repairs, upgrades or hard wiring is going to demand the services of a certified Boston electrician.
Finding an electrician shouldn’t be difficult. Finding one that you feel is right for your specific project may take a little more effort.
Where to Look for a Qualified Boston Electrician
Ask family, friends, co-workers or neighbors for possible recommendations. If they’ve had any experience with a Boston electrician, they can tell you if they were happy with his work or not. If someone’s had a bad experience, they’ll probably be glad to tell you about it. The same holds true if someone has had a positive experience with a Boston electrician. People are often ready to brag about what great service they received. You'll find that we have a good reputation and take pride in our work.
When you find a Boston electrician you’re interested in working with you’ll need to do a little background checking. Call the Better Business Bureau to see if the electrician has ever had any complaints filed by customers. If you do find any, ask for details and whether or not the complaint was settled to the satisfaction of the customer. It’s not uncommon for even a well established Boston electrician to get an occasional complaint but how they resolve any complaints is what’s important. An electrician with a number of unresolved complaints is most likely someone you’d do best to avoid.
Getting a Bid from a Boston Electrician
After you have selected a few electricians that you feel suit your requirements, it’s time to set up an interview to discuss your project. Ask about experience; we'll be happy to explain to you how a Boston electrician can meet your needs. We offer a quality of service that you will not find elsewhere. After the project is complete, you'll be happy we sent an expert Boston electrician.
Ask each electrician to do an onsite inspection with you and have them discuss in detail what they feel needs to be done and how they would accomplish this for you. Describe what you hope to achieve and express any concerns you might have. By spending some time with each Boston electrician, you’ll also get a feel as to how well you communicate with each one and if you’ll be comfortable working with them. If you have any doubts about a specific electrician, you don’t need to feel obligated to work with him. Remember this is someone that you’ll essentially be relying on for the future of your home.
Find out the estimated time for project completion as well as the cost. Of course the Boston electrician won’t be able to give you an accurate estimate until they can write up a detailed quote. Supply each electrician with a list of what you’d like to see in their bid. The bid should explain the work that will be involves along with the cost of materials and labor. You’ll want to know your payment options. Small jobs usually require payment at time of completion while larger projects are usually made in installments as the job progresses. A time schedule for completion should also be included in every bid.
Making Your Final Selection of a Boston Electrician
Once you have a bid from each Boston electrician it’s time to make some comparisons. An extremely low bid may be tempting but you need to be cautious. A low bid may be nothing more than that but if it seems unusually low it may also mean the electrician is cutting corners, something you certainly don’t want where electricity is involved. If the bid is from an electrician you believe to be reliable you need to ask him how he was able to underbid the other electricians. The truth is, when determining which Boston electrician to hire, you not only need to choose the one that’s going to be the best for your budget but the one that is most suited for your particular project as well.
Don’t lose sight of the fact that when it comes time to choose a Boston electrician, it’s about more than just your budget. When dealing with electricity, you have to think about the safety of your home and family. You want a Boston electrician that will be thorough, reliable and will take the time to do the job right the first time around. The future of your home and family depends on the reliability of the Boston electrician you hire.
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