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Residential Electrician
How do you select an electrician to do work in your home?

Most homeowners have little knowledge of electrical wiring, electrical service or the requirements to safely repair or upgrade residential electrical work. The homeowner knows there is a problem, however, most don’t know how to diagnosis it much less repair it…. What they need is a trustworthy electrician. But how do you decide who is best for you?


The National Electrical Contractors Association is the national organization for the electrical industry. They suggest that you first do your best to identify your need prior to contacting an electrical contractor.

Below is a list of items, taken directly from their website that they suggest you consider:

Is your need for new construction or major renovation?

Are you looking for service or repair of existing electrical items?

Is the work needed for your home, a small business, or a major facility?

Does this need represent an emergency, or are you concerned about a dangerous condition that exists?

Does your work include specialized systems, such as fire alarm, security, sound, video, communications, wired or wireless networks?

NECA feels that by answering as many of these questions as you can you will be more able to select a qualified electrician that best fits your needs. They then suggest that you carefully review the following criteria before making your decision:

Are they technically proficient – do all of their technicians have the latest technical & safety training?

Are they reputable and financially stable – ask for references.

Make sure the contractor has a thorough understanding of your needs.

Finally, NECA suggests that you ask the following questions of your prospective electrician:

Inquire about the contractor’s warranty and insurance, and get it in writing.

Does the contractor guarantee that the work will be installed to meet code?

Will the contractor correct work that does not meet applicable standards?

Insist on a written estimate and a copy of the contractor’s insurance certificate.

Make sure that the proposal or contract specifies that the work to be performed will comply with the NEC and NEIS.

The above information is taken from NECA website page on how to choose a contractor (electrical). We provide these criteria because we believe that customers should be able to make educated decisions according to the criteria set out by the National Association for Electricians.

At Deleonardis we are dedicated to ensuring that our electricians stay current with the latest training and safety procedures. For over 40 years we have earned the respect of the government officials, residential customers, union membership and the construction and private industry. Why? Because we do thing to code, get the job done on time, within budget and completed correctly the first time. We service all of Rockland, Orange and Sullivan Counties in New York.

Partial List of Residential electrical services DeLeonardis provides.

If you do not see your item listed Call Us with Your Special Needs….

  • All Phases of Electrical Maintenance
  • Alterations
  • Attic Fans
  • Bucket Truck Services
  • Carbon Monoxide Detectors
  • Chandeliers
  • Control Wiring
  • Doorbells
  • Electric Fireplaces
  • Electrical Inspections
  • Electrical System Evaluation
  • Emergency Generators & Back Up Electrical Supplies
  • Emergency Service
  • Engineering Design & Build
  • Exhaust Fans
  • Fire Alarm Systems
  • Fire Alarms
  • Ground Fault Protectors
  • Heat Trace Prevention/ Protection For Freezing Pipes
  • Heating Systems
  • Hi Hat Lighting
  • High Voltage Wiring & Work
  • Home Theatre Systems
  • Infrared Survey
  • Installing & Removing Ceiling Fans
  • Intercom Systems
  • Jacuzzis, Spas Or Hot Tubs
  • Kitchen Appliances
  • Landscape Lighting
  • Lighting
  • Maintenance & Design
  • New Construction/Additions and Installation
  • New Electrical Systems
  • Offices
  • Recessed Lighting
  • Removing Fluorescent Lighting
  • Renovations
  • Sconces
  • Security Alarms
  • Servicing Mobile Homes
  • Snow Melting
  • Solar Power
  • Swimming Pool Wiring
  • Telephones
  • Thermostats
  • Trouble Shooting, Testing And Repair
  • Under Cabinet Lighting
  • Underground Electrical Service
  • Underwriter Certificates
  • Upgrades, Renovations And Expansion
  • Voice/Data
  • Wiring For Ponds And Waterfalls
  • Wiring Home