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Aug 14, 2010


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A company of mine in search of a commercial electrician, are there any electricians who do that type of work? Surely there has to be a difference between a commercial electrician and a local electrician. I'm guessing they each do things differently from the other. http://www.combinedelect1.com.au

I am going to be needing an electrician in the near future. Do you have any tips for me on selecting the right electrician? Also, on average about how much do they charge per hour? Does it depend on the type of work that they are doing? Thanks.

Mark LEach | http://www.citywideelectricsanantonio.com

An electrician's job is vital, not only because he ensures the supply of power, but also because he checks the connections if there is a hazard. Faulty electrical wiring is the cause of many fires, and these could have been easily prevented with proper maintenance and inspection.

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