Yes. This is different from an Electrician’s License, however. This license allows a company to conduct business as an electrical contractor. This is also where insurance and bonding come into play. Both Marion IL & Carbondale IL require posting of a bond.
Yes. Make sure you always read the contract and understand what the terms and conditions are and what they say.
Yes. If a contractor causes injury to you, causes damage to your property, or if a contractor’s employee is hurt while working on your property, the contractor’s insurance will pay for the damages. If a contractor has no insurance, the homeowner or business owner could be left facing large bills through no fault of their own.
Precision Electrical will be happy to have our insurance agent David Kimmel of Benton IL send you a copy of our most recent insurance certificate so you know you are covered.
Estimates are free, and there are never “trip charges” when we provide your quote.
Please contact us now to set up an appointment by calling or texting us at (618) 927-6372.