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we believe in customer service, safety, and fair prices for a fair days work. We specialize in technical contracting for the area. Don't leave your project up to an unlicensed or improperly trained technician, use one that has years of experience and training with proper design and installation of all security systems.

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Can I do my own simple wiring?

In most areas, you can, but in some places you cannot. You need to check with your local zoning board or electrical inspector if you are unsure. You also better be sure you know what you are doing. A simple mistake, even with low voltage wiring, can be very costly in the long run. At the very least, consult with an electrician.

#wire #electrician #electrical #technician #contractor  

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Magnum Security Installations was incorporated on November 1st 1997. The owner Andrew McColgan began building experience in the security industry straight out of high school back in 1986. We are a commercially licensed and insured business serving the surrounding areas, who go the extra mile to make certain that our technicians are experienced, well trained and skilled. We maintain state licenses, certifications and insurance.

Call today: 803-566-0699

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Do you have to be licensed and are you?

Anyone hired to do electrical work on your property requires a license, even low voltage electricians. We are fully licensed and insured. It's just as important to be insured as it is to be licensed, because not every accident incurred is covered by a homeowners policy and a mistake could get costly. Most importantly, though, we constantly train our experienced staff and strive safety first, so we tend to just avoid mistakes.

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How do I find a good electrician?

As they used to say in school, do some homework. Ask for references. Make sure they are licensed and insured. Ask all questions before you contract them. Also, it's smart to get at least three bids to make sure the company isn't charging too much or too little. Either one could be a problem. Too high, you're getting soaked, too low, you might get soaked a lot more when the job goes sour.
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