Best Legal Electrician Rates in town (Seattle and North)
Licensed, Bonded, and Insured. Everyone says that, but not many bother to prove it. Here’s the link to WA State Labor and Industries Contractor Check; (OK forget that, this service wont let me post the LnI site address. Just go to Washington Labor and Industries site, they will have a link to look up a contractor). Please do check me out. INNEREI931NN This is public information. If they do not provide their contractor number license number chances are they don’t have one. If you have work done by an unlicensed contractor, your home owners insurance probably won’t cover any issues, the State of Washington can’t help you, and the consequences can be disastrous. I have cut my costs to the rock bottom possible. A very popular agreement has been a Time and Materials,(T&M), with a not to exceed amount. Our rate is $55 per man hour up to 2 days, then $48 per man hour if the project will exceed that time frame. The only reason I am able to offer this rate is because we are the principal owners, and not subject to employee taxes. Take advantage of this recession rate, once inflation takes over, we will not be able to continue to offer this low rate. With 35 years in the field I can find an efficient and legal way to repair or install all your electrical issues.