As the owner or manager of offices or apartments, finding the right electrician can be a challenge. We have identified eight different important points during out extensive experience with property management customers. If you would like to read some reviews from current customers, click here. If you are interested in speaking to some of our current clients, then give us a call.
Eight Important Benefits Offered to Property Managers
- Live help available during normal business hours, as well as 24/7 emergency assistance – We will always have someone available to answer the phone during normal business hours. For any after-hours jobs, we will provide you with a 24/7 emergency contact number.
- Quick service for urgent electrical issues – We know how important it is for your lights and other important electrical items to be working at all times. If something stops working on a Saturday night, someone from our experienced team will be able to come out and help solve your problem.
- Prices quoted for approval before working – For any jobs requiring the installation of new equipment, we will give you a firm bid right after seeing the job. This includes jobs such as rewiring an apartment, upgrading an electrical panel, fan installation or installing any other new electrical equipment.If you need us to repair something that is broken, we will charge a per-hour charge to troubleshoot the problem. If we have not fixed it within about an hour, our electrician will provide you with an estimate for the completion of the job.
- Our electricians are able to give accurate estimates on troubleshooting jobs – Although an electrical problem may seem like a quick and easy fix, our electricians know that there may be underlying issues causing the problem. Finding the root cause of a problem could turn into a very extensive troubleshooting job. Because of their troubleshooting training and experience, our electricians will be able to provide you with an accurate estimate early in the process so that you can choose whether or not to move ahead with the job.
- Our electricians are trained to interact professionally with tenants. – We always treat your tenants professionally. All of our technicians have been trained to share information on a need-to-know basis only. They may say something such as “Your property manager wanted us to come get your power back on as soon as possible”. We will never say anything negative about the electrical system in your units, and will always let you know if anything else needs to be looked at.
- We always let you know when the work is complete – After we have completed a job, our electrician will do a thorough clean up job, let the tenants know that he is finished, and then call you so that you know we are done.
- We keep our eye out for any other electrical issues in your properties without alerting tenants – Whenever we notice that there is something else that should be addressed, we will always let you know. If a tenant brings forth an additional problem while we are on a job, for example, we will let you know without making any obligating statements to the tenant. This way, you can make the final decision on how to handle the situation.
- Billing is always accurate and on time – We know just how important it is to have accurate, timely, easy to understand billing. We provide you with the paperwork that you need to keep your operation running smoothly.
If you would like to talk with any of our current property management clients, please call us today. You can also read some reviews online.
Is it OK for my handyman to do the work?
It is normally unnecessary for you to call an electrician for every burned out light bulb or fixture that needs to be replaced. Depending on their level of experience, a good handyman can handle many of these jobs. As long as they have the electrical experience and know-how to do the job safely, they can do the job. When done incorrectly, however, it is possible for even small jobs to present dangerous hazards. Your handyman should be skilled enough to know when to hand the job over to a licensed electrician.
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