For the safety of your home, the electrical wiring should be in good condition and up-to-date. Faulty wiring in the house could cause an electrical fire or short circuit. If there is even a small problem with the wiring, it's better to get a qualified electrician on the job to ensure your safety.
A poorly designed and repaired electrical circuit can also damage the electrical appliances in your house. So how do you know which electrician will do the best job? Navigate to www.jenco-electrical.co.nz/contact/north-shore-electrician to get some tips in hiring professional electricians.
Every electrical service provider should have a state license. All Master Electricians have to pass a standardized test to get this license, and only those electricians with two years of work experience are allowed to take this test.
They are required to know the Electrical Code and any updated information about it. A state license itself shows that the electrician is qualified to install, plan, design and maintain any electrical system.
A Journeyman Electrician also has a state license. This is an electrician who is not qualified for a Master's license, but does work with a master electrician. Although a journeyman electrician cannot design electrical systems, he can do wiring and installations.