If a worker gets hurt or your home is damaged, a licensed service electrician will be liable, not you, as homeowner.
Approved Apex service electricians are required to take up regular classes to keep themselves up-to-date with current technologies. They know the current safety issues in the market and how to deal with them. They are bound to follow the safety guidelines set up by the government.
If your electrical job requires a permit from your state or county, that permit will require that the work be done by a licensed electrician. Should you sell your house in the future, you will need to mention whether or not you have a permit, in the real estate disclosure. This will have an effect on the selling price of your home.
To get quality workmanship, and jobs done right the first time, you need to have your electrical work done by a licensed electrician, who has the education and experience to accomplish your project in a safe and professional manner.
A licensed professional has access to the top-quality tools one might require fixing an electrical fault. This decreases the possibility of damage and also reduces the time was taken to fasten the issues.
Although wiring might seem like a black-and-white proposition—either the light goes on or it doesn't—it's actually a vast interdependent network. Circuits that are otherwise safe but poorly designed can damage appliance motors and electronic gear because they deliver the wrong amperage. Lights on even partially overloaded circuits can flicker when an appliance is in use, or the breaker may trip or the fuse might blow, shutting down the circuit entirely. Hiring an experienced electrician can help you avoid these problems.