41 Ira, TX Electrical Contractors

Working with electrical systems generally isn’t a DIY job. That doesn’t include small jobs such as swapping out a front-porch lighting fixture or installing a fan, but intensive electrical work behind the walls is more of an issue. When you consider the possible consequences of a mistake, from fire to serious injury, hiring a Texas electrical contractor seems like a wise investment. More 
Snyder, TX, 79549
12 miles from Ira
Snyder, TX, 79549
13 miles from Ira
Dale's Electric (325) 574-1670
Snyder, TX, 79549
14 miles from Ira
TESSCO (325) 574-1100
Snyder, TX, 79549
14 miles from Ira
Walker A C & Electrical (325) 728-3616
Colorado City, TX, 79512
19 miles from Ira
Colorado City, TX, 79512
21 miles from Ira
Cap Rock Energy (800) 442-8688
Colorado City, TX, 79512
23 miles from Ira
Cross Roads Electric (432) 264-6261
Big Spring, TX, 79720
31 miles from Ira
TESSCO (432) 263-0633
Big Spring, TX, 79720
32 miles from Ira
BAILEY ELECTRIC (432) 263-3109
Big Spring, TX, 79720
33 miles from Ira
B N B Electric (432) 263-0304
Big Spring, TX, 79720
33 miles from Ira
Big Spring, TX, 79720
33 miles from Ira
Caprock Electric (800) 442-8688
Sand Springs, TX, 79720
35 miles from Ira
Electric Inc (432) 263-0304
Big Spring, TX, 79720
35 miles from Ira
DIXIE ELECTRIC (432) 268-8395
Big Spring, TX, 79720
36 miles from Ira
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What Does an Electrical Contractor Do?

An electrical contractor plans, installs and repairs wiring in structures. He or she works closely with the home’s general contractor or remodeling contractor to determine the specific electrical needs for the project and to ensure that the wiring will meet Ira, TX building codes. His or her job includes installing and repairing fixtures, switches and other visible components of electrical systems as well.

With today’s technological needs and advances, many electrical contractors also are trained to install fiber optic and coaxial cables for electronic equipment. They may design and install data systems and wire for security features such as alarms too. Some electrical contractors specialize in certain areas: HVAC, low-voltage appliances and systems and more. You can find more electrical contractors in Big Spring, Snyder, Colorado City, Sand Springs and Westbrook.

Questions to ask a prospective electrical contractor:

  • How long have you been in the business?
  • How many projects like mine have you completed?
  • Who will be working on the project?
  • Are the workers employees or subcontractors?
  • Can you provide me with references?
  • Are you and your employees licensed and insured?
  • What license(s) do you have?
  • How do you charge, and what does that include?
  • Can you give me a written estimate?
  • What do your services include?
  • How will I be charged for parts and materials?
  • Who will make repairs to any structural damage that results from the job?
  • When can this job get done?
  • What happens when the cost exceeds the budget? What about changes to materials or labor pricing?
  • What will I need to provide?
  • Are there any important considerations or concerns you foresee with this project?

Find an electrical contractor on Houzz. Narrow your search in the Professionals section of the website to Ira, TX electrical contractors. If you’re planning a large-scale project, find other professionals on Houzz who can help get the job done. Here are some related professionals and vendors to complement the work of electrical contractors: Lighting, General Contractors, Solar Energy Contractors, HVAC Contractors.
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