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Professionally Trained and Licensed Technicians
To become an electrician, an individual has to complete a five year,
full-time apprenticeship, with a licensed electrical contractor. In
addition to the full-time job, the apprentice has to complete 600 hours
of academic classroom study of electrical code, theory, mathematics, and
blueprint reading before becoming eligible to take the Journeyman
Following successful licensing as a Journeyman, he has to complete
another year of full-time electrical work, and another 100 hours of
classroom study before becoming eligible to take the Master Electrician
All of our electrical work is overseen by a Journeyman or
Master Electrician at the job site and participating in the work.
If we employ an apprentice on the job, he works "one on one", directly
under the supervision of a specific Journeyman or Master.
You need a licensed electrician: many fire hazards or problems can
occur when home owners or other unlicensed individuals perform
electrical work. Remember – electrical work is not a hobby hire a