One of the hardest things when you’re looking for any service provider is making sure you’ve got someone good. Before they start, you have no way of telling if their actual work is going to be of good quality. Sometimes, you can’t really tell after the fact either!
So how would you know if you had a good level 2 electrician?
What does a level 2 electrician DO?
Before we start, what does a level 2 electrician do compared to a regular electrician?
Well, there’s a few things, but mostly a level 2 electrician helps with the connection from the grid to your home. That covers things like meter boxes, private power poles, and a bunch of other stuff like that.
why is it important to get a good one?
Well, like anything, if you have someone who’s good you’ve got a bigger chance that they won’t mess things up! And when we’re talking about electricity, a stuff up can cause some serious damage to you, your family, and your possessions. When it’s level 2 work, a stuff up can have impact in your local area too!
So, without actually getting someone to inspect their work after the fact, how could you be sure you had a good level 2 electrician?
Firstly, like anything else – check their reviews online. Someone with 90 or so positive reviews is probably going to be offering a better service than someone with 5 reviews, or a number of negative reviews.
Another great way to judge is their response time to your enquiry. While this isn’t a direct indicator of work quality, if the business has someone working in the office to take your call, they’re probably going to be running things a lot more professionally than a single operator you couldn’t reach because they were busy working.
When you speak to the electrician or anyone in their office, what is their communication like? Better communication means less chance of messing something up, and more likely to be able to explain things to you correctly.
Finally, when you meet the electrician, how do they present themselves? Do they seem professional? How does their van or ute look? We operate firmly with the “if you can’t keep your tools clean, how will you keep a job site clean” mindset. If your electrician looks messy and dirty, there is a chance your home could end up looking like that too.
So there we have it. Four simple ways to help you find a good level 2 electrician. And of course, we’re pretty proud of the fact that we go above and beyond in each of these categories, so don’t hesitate to contact us if you need a level 2 electrician in Sydney.