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Beware!!! Of Who You Contact

Fact:
1. 56-60% of the construction trade workers are ex-cons with serious criminal felony back grounds, with
drug, theft, assault & even murder charges.

2. 33% are fly by night unlicensed, unqualified, undocumented, people with no formal education in
any trade. That leaves only 11% that are TRUE Professionals, who are ethical, licensed, bonded, insured,
and background checked by the State Texas.

Licensed Electrical Contractors are trained, insured, and experienced in the work they perform.
They log thousands of hours in classroom and hands on training. They must renew their license every
year after completing an 8 hour continuing education course and have proof of 1 million in liability
insurance by Texas law. For this reason electrical contractors may charge more than a handyman or an
unlicensed electrician. Unexperienced, untrained and uninsured people are not the type of people you
want working on electrical systems in your home or business.

According to a 2006 report from the United States Fire Administration, approximately 67,800 fires occur
annually due to problems in a home’s electrical system, resulting in approximately 485 deaths, more than
2,300 injuries, and more than $868 million in residential property loss.

Improper electrical installations cause countless deaths and fires every year, and thousands of home
owners electrocute themselves when working with holiday lighting.

It’s AGAINST THE LAW to run an electrical service ad without showing an actual electrical contractor
license number. That does not mean “TX LICENSED or LICENSED ELECTRICIAN or LICENSE ON REQUEST
or TX ELECTRICIAN or EXPERIENCED ELECTRICIAN” or anything else. There is NO SUBSTITUTE for the
license number, usually 5 digits in length.

IF YOU WANT TO PROTECT YOUR FAMILY FROM HARM, always, always, run a check on the license
number of any electrician your thinking of hiring.

Here is the web address www.license.state.tx.us/licensesearch
Just enter their license number and click search.
It’s that easy or call 1-800-803-9202 and verify their license.