Are You Insured?
Yes. We carry full, up-to-date insurance policies for all our employees and for every project and piece of equipment, vehicle and machinery we own and operate.
Do You Carry General Liability and/or Workers Compensation Insurance?
Yes. We carry both general liability and workers compensation insurance and can produce the supporting certification documentation at your request.
Do You Clean Up After the Job?
Cleaning up after a job is one of the ways we set ourselves apart from other local companies. We require each of our crews to clean up tools, working materials and any debris created by the work we have completed. We’ve streamlined our site prep procedures to reduce and eliminate messes as they occur, leaving your property safe and tidy the whole way through.
Do You Use Sub-Contractors?
Reliable sub-contractors can add value to a residential build. While we are equipped to offer most services in-house, there are occasions where using a trusted sub-contractor will increase your ability to hit cost-savings and timeline targets. When this occurs, all work is supervised diligently, and the highest quality craftmanship and customer service is still expected and guaranteed.
Do You Have Pictures of Previous Jobs?
Book a free consultation with our qualified experts to see a wide selection of pictures and examples of previous job sites we are proud to have been a part of.
Are You Licensed?
Yes. All our licensing is up-to-date, and each member of our team is a licensed professional.
Can You Help Me Come Up with the Best Plan for My Property?
We have an expert design team made up of certified engineers, architects and innovators from diverse backgrounds. If you would like help coming up with the best plans for your property, we can provide the comprehensive assistance you will need to feel comfortable and confident enough to move forward to make your goals a reality.
Will I Be Able to Request Changes During the Project?
Open communication and our thorough consultation process allow us to fully explore the fine details of your vision. We will help you prepare decisions that need to be finalized at each stage of the process, so you can be confident you are getting exactly what you need.
If you would like to make changes after materials have been ordered, we can certainly accommodate your wishes. To do this, you will need to fill out additional paperwork that shows the requested changes and the associated cost of returning materials that have been previously ordered, as well as costs for new materials and labor.
How Do I Get an Estimate?
Getting a free estimate on any of our residential general contractor work is easy. Give us a call at (747) 333-6847 to set up an in-person meeting.
When Is it Time to Call an Electrician?
No one wants to call in professional help when they’re not needed. There are a lot of home and business owners who think that their electrical issue is no big deal and that they can get by if they ignore the problem, hoping it will eventually sort itself out, or they decide to take matters into their own hands.
Under no circumstances should you ever attempt to conduct your own electrical work. Even if it’s just a small problem, unqualified repairs won’t meet safety standards and could sow the seeds of more serious problems down the line.
So, when should you call an electrician? Whenever you have an electrical problem! It’s of no inconvenience to us to provide the reassurance you need. Besides, more often than not more frequently tripping circuit breakers, flickering lights, faulty wiring, etc., warrant our immediate attention.
Can I Do Electrical Work on My Own?
Under no circumstances should you ever attempt to do your own commercial or residential electrical work. It is guaranteed to be a recipe for disaster. You wouldn’t do your own dental work, would you? Our electricians are highly trained professionals who can guarantee a safe solution.
Furthermore, if you do your own electrical work and it causes a fire or another type of injury, you will be liable for the damages. It’s not worth the risk when Current One Inc’s excellent electricians are only a phone call away.
How Do I Know What Size Electrical Service System I Need for My Property?
Figuring out the electrical loads of homes and businesses is essential. And to determine the size of electrical panel involves an audit of your appliances and a little bit of math as well. Your circuits should only be loaded up to 80% of the total circuit capabilities. So, if you have a 15-amp circuit, the safe operating amperage would be no greater than 12 amps.
Confused yet? If so, give Current One Inc a call and we’ll be happy to assist you in your energy load audit.
What Should I Do if My Breaker Panel Is Hot?
If you can safely turn the power off, do so and give us a call immediately. You might need an upgrade or some maintenance. Either way, this is a job for the professionals.
What Is a Surge Protector, and Do I Need One?
A surge protector is a piece of equipment that suppresses the excess voltage in your system to prevent it from causing harm to your appliances and devices. You should get some to protect your appliances and devices from power surges.
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Didn’t see your question answered here? Please feel free to call Current One Inc and ask your question directly to one of our licensed electricians.