Don’t entrust new wiring for home additions and renovations to an unlicensed electrician. It’s a decision you could regret later on.
People may think they can save money by letting their renovation contractor or handyman to run wiring for lights and outlets. Indeed, they can do the work cheaper. But will they do it right?
Qualified Electrician Near You
Looking for a qualified, local electrician to handle new wiring and installation of lighting, TV and audio equipment in your new home or renovation?
Becoming an electrical contractor is not easy. You need to take classes between 500 to 1,000 hours. Afterwards, you have to undergo an apprenticeship, which is additional 10,000 hours. This type of work is best handled by a specialist. Lives can depend on proper installation and wiring. Plus, it’s the law.
In New Jersey, a licensed electrician is required if your project requires a permit for home additions and renovations.
Licensed Residential Electrical Contractors
A licensed electrical contractor takes a responsibility to do the job correctly or suffer serious penalties and consequences. After a home is built or renovation is completed, the job will be inspected by the local municipality.
- A licensed electrician does NOT have the time or resources to come back to do the job a second time.
- The municipality can fine or ban the electrician from working there again in the future.
- The electrician can lose their license if work is deemed to be sub par.
CoBalt Electrical Services is a family-owned business operating around the South Jersey area. We guarantee the quality of work, affordable rates, and honest workers on any of our jobs. Our long experience in the field also ensures that you get 100% approval of your electrical permit application from the state or local municipality.
Here’s a handy resource to find out if your contractor is truly licensed to operate in his or her industry in the State Of New Jersey. See The Division of Consumer Affairs website, CLICK HERE.
Licensed and Certified Electrician in:
Camden County: Camden, Cherry Hill, Haddonfield, Voorhees, Pennsauken, Bellmawr, Turnersville, Collingswood, Haddon Township, Gloucester and all of the municipalities in Camden County, New Jersey
Burlington County: Evesham Township, Medford, Moorestown, Maple Shade, Mount Laurel, Burlington, Lumberton. Delran, Cinnaminson, and all the municipalities in Burlington County, New Jersey
Gloucester County: Monroe Township, Glassboro, West Deptford, Washington Township, Mantua, and most of the municipalities in Gloucester County, New Jersey