Electrician Training Electrical Certification
wiring recessed light fixtures Electrical Wiring Electrical Troubleshooting and Electric Repairs wire outdoor light fixture Home Electrical Wiring Diagrams
wiring home generator and transfer switch wiring a 220 volt range cord outlet Wiring for GFCI Outlets Wiring Outlets and a Switched Outlet Wiring and Installing Ceiling Fans and Remote Controls wire dimmer switch wiring diagrams for switches wiring a dryer cord and 220 outlet circuit breaker panel
Electrical Wire and Cable
Home Electrical Codes Home Electrical Wiring Dimmer Switches Wiring Outlets GFCI Outlet

Articles about Electrical Wiring: Electrical Contractors



Installing or Upgrading Electrical Wiring

May 20, 2016 by Dave Rongey

I had my entire house rewired, the attic looks like an explosion of a wiring factory, is this safe for the wires to be everywhere? What to do about Problems with Your Electrical Project.

How To Avoid a Bad Electrical Contractor

August 13, 2012 by Dave Rongey

Guidelines for Hiring the Right Electrical Contractor – When hiring an electrician to install electrical wiring the contractor should be licensed and the work should be done with a permit and inspected. When this process is followed you will eliminate 99% of any possible problem.

Is Your Contractor Doing It Right?

October 21, 2012 by Dave Rongey

How a Homeowner Can Know if their Contractor is Great or a Fake – Both the homeowner and the electrical contractor should never assume anything, but rather ask questions and make sure every detail is agreed on and understood.

How Electricians Can Get Jobs and Get Back to Work

March 25, 2012 by Dave Rongey

How you can get your electrical business back into operation and start getting new clients.

Electrical Contractor Listings on Ask-The-Electrician

February 3, 2017 by Dave Rongey

How do I get listed as an Electrical Contractor on the Ask-the-Electrician website? Electrical Contractors can get a free listing on one of the state pages here at ask-the-electrician.com.

Installing a programmable timer for an existing lighting system

June 15, 2010 by Dave Rongey

If the new timer is to take the place of the existing system then you either need to identify that system and….