B&B Electric Co.
Most residence and small business owners don't know where to start when looking for an electrician. Many property owners have thought "the cheaper, the better" and acquired the service of a handyman without a professional electrician's education. Later, they will find many mistakes and problems in their homes. Another common occurrence is that the home or business owner will be scammed into spending much more money on services they don't need.
Often times, property owners have concerns about whether they are being over charged or not. B&B Electric has studied and reviewed electricians and has detailed "How To" information for property owners.
There are different types of training programs for electricians in Orange County. There are apprentice programs as well as college certifications, both online and in the classroom. B&B Electric also offers this information to people interested in becoming an Orange County electrician.
At B&B Electric, we have thoroughly reviewed and checked the backgrounds of all the local electricians that we suggest on our referral page. This allows us to provide you with the best quality electrical service in Orange County at the most affordable rate.
There is quite a bit of terminology in the electrical contracting field. These terms can be confusing and overwhelming to the customer. We have added a list of commonly used phrases and acronyms to help assist you in understanding and effectively learning about your home.
On the Services page, we offer the consumer a list of common services that professional electricians should know and offer at affordable rates. These electrician services vary from electrical upgrades, new additions or modernizing and energy saving revisions.
In the 1970s, many residential homes in Orange County were wired with aluminum wiring. This can carry an increased risk of starting a fire when compared with the much more common copper wiring.
It may seem like a good idea to be your own general contractor. However, if the job is substantial, it might be in your best interest to hire a professional, especially if you have a day job. Good general contractors are worth the money, because they have the tools, know-how and time to get the job done.