Anisia Lighting Services, Inc.
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I had very good experience with Anisia Lighting ServicesJul 21, 2017Verified
Our electrician (I think his name was Mike) was great! He called beforehand to let me know he was on his way, and repaired the two issues we were dealing with. He had years of electrical experience, was friendly, and tackled our issues quickly. Looking forward to using Anisia in the future.Apr 9, 2014Verified
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- What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a provider in your area of work?Make Sure the Contractor is Licensed to Work in Your Area, Bonded, and Insured. Having a license and insurance demonstrates a contractor's credibility and knowledge, says Bob Peterson, CGR, CAPS, CGP, co-owner of Associates in Building & Design Ltd., in Fort Collins, Colo., and chairman of the NAHB Remodelers Council. The license shows that contractors have taken an exam and proved they know building codes and processes. "A license minimizes the risk to homeowners of getting ripped off," he says. To be sure, get the contractor's license number. If a contractor doesn't have insurance and a worker gets hurt on your project, you could be liable. The same goes with accidents that damage your next-door neighbor's home. "If you have scaffolding that fell and damaged the property next door, you want the contractor's liability to cover the cost of that damage," LaPelusa says. Get proof of insurance. 3. Pick a contractor who specializes in your project type.