Once you contract with a lighting Georgia professional to upgrade or repair the lighting in your home, the work will need to be inspected by a county building inspector to make sure the job was done correctly and safely. Upgrading electrical systems requires a license and permit and doing the work without these documents can result in a hefty fine depending on your county of residence. In the event you do an electrical job yourself and faulty wiring causes a fire, your insurance company may refuse to pay for the damages. It is much better to hire a professional who carries the insurance coverage necessary for electrical and lighting jobs.
Georgia Lighting CostsAverage lighting prices can vary based on the size of the area and the extent of the work that needs to be done. The number of lighting Georgia fixtures, switches, outlets and circuits that need to be added will impact the total cost. The size and quality of the light fixtures will also affect the cost. Rewiring for new light fixtures can be complicated, particularly with older homes. The condition of the existing wiring and how difficult it is to access power sources are also factors that can drive the price up.
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