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LCox1987
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Electrical sockets

Post by LCox1987 » Fri Sep 18, 2020 10:27

Is it expensive to change the electrical sockets? How much the electrician would ask for this work?

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Re: Electrical sockets

Post by JoanneCameron » Sat Sep 19, 2020 7:16

it depends on your location

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Re: Electrical sockets

Post by ShortShot » Sat Sep 19, 2020 7:24

Not only by your location, but it also depends how much time will spend the electrician while fixing this, for example, when I've changed my electricity socket, it took him for about 1 hour to finish the job, and usually electricians ask for their job for about 100$, so draw your conclusion. There are a lot of companies that may ask less for the same services but usually, their electricians are not well-prepared specialists, and in my opinion, it is better to call for an expensive, but good electrician as Bates Electric St Louis electricians are.

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Re: Electrical sockets

Post by moreau1991 » Sun Sep 20, 2020 19:16

ShortShot wrote:
Sat Sep 19, 2020 7:24
Not only by your location, but it also depends how much time will spend the electrician while fixing this, for example, when I've changed my electricity socket, it took him for about 1 hour to finish the job, and usually electricians ask for their job for about 100$, so draw your conclusion. There are a lot of companies that may ask less for the same services but usually, their electricians are not well-prepared specialists, and in my opinion, it is better to call for an expensive, but good electrician as Bates Electric St Louis electricians are.
Yeah, you're not the only one that has been through that. Mine took longer than that. Anyway, thanks for the advice.

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Re: Electrical sockets

Post by Avanice » Mon Sep 21, 2020 12:28

hi everyone

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Re: Electrical sockets

Post by IsaacBrown » Tue Feb 09, 2021 22:01

It depends on what exactly is broken and how much time the electrician spends there. Sometimes, even depends on the electrician. When my electricity panel broke, he spends 4 hours installing another one but without success and he put a small price on his job. The next day, another electrician came and he could fix the panel, so I paid approximately 250 $ for 3 hours and a half. You should ask the electrician first about his taxes. I know it's quite expensive, but after I read this article https://www.electricianclasses.com/how- ... ectrician/ I realized that they are exposed to so many risks and they have the right to put high prices.

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Re: Electrical sockets

Post by VictoriaSanderson » Thu Feb 11, 2021 10:11

IsaacBrown wrote:
Tue Feb 09, 2021 22:01
It depends on what exactly is broken and how much time the electrician spends there. Sometimes, even depends on the electrician. When my electricity panel broke, he spends 4 hours installing another one but without success and he put a small price on his job. The next day, another electrician came and he could fix the panel, so I paid approximately 250 $ for 3 hours and a half. You should ask the electrician first about his taxes. I know it's quite expensive, but after I read this article https://www.electricianclasses.com/how- ... ectrician/ I realized that they are exposed to so many risks and they have the right to put high prices.
Oh good. I was searching for such information. Thanks

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