Insurance Qualified Electrical Work
If your home is in need of electrical work, there are a number of features to look for in a contractor – fair pricing, fast service, professional standards etc. But one of the most important and overlooked features is whether the contractor can perform insurance qualified electrical work. For the sake of both yourself and your home, you should never work with a contractor who can’t perform maintenance and repairs according to standards established by your insurance company. Here’s why:
Ensure You Receive Full Coverage
It is essential that all homeowners carry fire insurance and homeowner’s insurance. Otherwise, you could lose everything and receive no financial compensation to cover the cost of replacement. Unfortunately, if you have not had insurance qualified electrical work performed on your home, the insurance companies may deny you coverage. Even if you are accepted, it may only be on very limited terms. To get the coverage you need, make sure you work with the right kind of contractor.
Receive Full Payment for Your Claims
If you are like most people, you have not taken the time to read all the fine print included in your insurance policies. Most people are unaware that if they have not had insurance qualified electrical work performed exclusively in their homes, they could have their claim denied in the wake of an incident. Instead of experiencing this unpleasant surprise, partner with a contractor committed to insurance qualified electrical work in accordance with your insurance company’s exact standards.
Safeguard Your Home Against Electrical Problems
As frustrating and arbitrary as these insurance company standards may seem, they exist for a reason. There is a big difference between high-quality and low-quality electrical work. And homes with low-quality electrical work are at a greater risk for fires and malfunctions. By choosing a contractor that provides insurance qualified electrical work, you know that your maintenance and repairs are being performed according to the most rigorous standards.
Finding an electrician that is fully committed to insurance qualified electrical work can be a challenge. End your search right now by calling Suncoast Electrical and Air at 561-408-6466 from Palm Beach or 954-289-6888 from Broward.