Managing construction projects doesn’t just involve the onsite work but also includes pre-planning, including hiring workers. Electrical work for a construction project is a very complex job– you can’t just get a novice to design and create the intricate systems.
However, it’s a known maxim in the construction industry and among the trades, a highly skilled tradesperson is not a cheap hire, but it still costs less than hiring a bad one. Think of it this way: spend money on a lousy electrician first, and then you’ll have to pay more for an expert to fix the first’s mistakes.
For the client’s and the project’s sake, hire a good and qualified electrician from the get-go. With that said, here’s what to ask potential electricians for the project to help you weed out the bad ones, as well as some tips in hiring. If you’re an electrician, you should also know these questions so you can prepare for interviews.