Here is what a homeowner needs to know before hiring electrical repairman

Before you decide to hire an electrical contractor to help with any repairs or installations in your home or property there are several things that you should know. There are also several questions that you should ask aswell. Here at GforceElectric we are dedicated to helping customers make an educated and informed decisions. We are going to show exactly what questions you are going to have to ask your electrician company before you decide to hire them.

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Electrician servicing a electrical panelAny reputable electrician that you hire should have a C-10 electrician contractors license. This license is granted by the california state contractors board. The license is only provided to individuals and companies that pass certain qualifications. To qualify for a C-10 license, a contractor must undergo on the job training and pass a certification written exam. The exam is administered by the california state contractors board. You should never hire an electrician that does not have a license. Hiring an unlicensed electrician is a recipe for disaster, you could be putting your home and your family’s safety at risk. Never hire unlicensed contractors.

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Before hiring an electrician certified in rancho santa fe by the State and consistently check to make sure that they’re licensed. Each electrical contractor is expected to fulfill with on the job training requirements before they’re permitted to do electric installations, repairs, and maintenance on properties, and pass a certification examination. Ask for their contractor’s license number, when telephoning your future electrician. It’s possible for you to cross reference the license number of their contractor with all the state jog database to ensure the electrician certified and you’re going to hire is really licensed. Hiring an unlicensed electrician may be extremely expensive and dangerous. You can’t be certain that they are aware of what they’re doing, when you employ an licensed electrician. Unlicensed electricians may well not understand the right method and also the most recent building protocols to repair or mend electrical wirings. If your dwelling is repaired by an unlicensed electrician and performs work that is shoddy, your house might be in danger for additional damage later on in the future or an electric fire.

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Each Monday, the Kenosha News takes a look at the life of a Kenosha County resident who recently died. We share with you, through the memories of family and friends, a life remembered.

Richard Furloni knew how to light up a room — really.

As an electrician, Furloni did it for a living. As a person, it was just his nature.

“He smiled with his whole body. … He had quite a bit of charisma,” said his daughter, Michelle Furloni.

Furloni’s sense of humor and fun were legendary, said his son, Richard.

“He could be in a room and people heard his laugh and say, ‘Is Rich here?’ ”

Furloni spread his upbeat attitude everywhere he went, especially on frequent trips to Las Vegas, said his family.

“Everyone knew him at the Lady Luck (casino),” said Richard.

After several years battling the effects of strokes and diabetes, on Jan. 4, Richard A. Furloni died at Aurora St. Luke’s Medical Center in Milwaukee at age 66. He is survived by his companion, Sandy Ehnow; two sons; Richard Furloni and Keith (Angie) Furloni; a daughter Michelle Furloni; six grandchildren; and a brother, Guido Paul (Ruth Ann) Furloni.

From high school to work

Furloni was born Sept. 18, 1948, in Kenosha to Ulysess and Jenny Furloni. He attended local schools, graduating from Tremper High School in 1966.

In high school, he worked to attain his journeyman’s license as an electrician through Gateway Technical College. This prepared him to begin working as an electrician with the Frost Co. directly after graduation.

In 1967 Furloni married Karen Spitzer, whom he had known during high school. When they divorced in 1985, the couple’s three teenagers lived with their father.

Single father

Being a successful single father was one of her dad’s greatest accomplishments, said Michelle.

“He raised three teenagers on his own while working full-time jobs,” she said.

She noted that he forged close bonds with each of them while making sure they stayed in line. “He was tough on us when we got into trouble.”

Furloni taught his children a bit about his trade, often taking them with him when he did side jobs. Michelle too worked with her dad, who told her being a girl did not mean she couldn’t do the same work the boys did.

Generous spirit

From their dad, they also learned generosity and the importance of having faith in human nature.

“He always gave everyone the benefit of the doubt,” Michelle said.

When friends were in need, he’d open his home to them.

“At different times we had a half dozen people living with us,” said Richard.

Longtime friends

Ehnow said Furloni’s skill at navigating single parenthood was one of the things that attracted her to him. The two met 35 years ago when Ehnow and her husband were working at Frost Co.

After Sandy’s husband died, Furloni asked out Ehnow, but she had some conditions.

“I made him promise not to swear anymore,” she said.

He did, and the two became close companions for the last five years of Furloni’s life.

“He said that with me he had met his match,” Ehnow said.

Other work

Furloni opened and ran a bar for a couple of years, returning to work for Frost until the company closed.

Furloni then found work at Dairyland Greyhound Park. One of his least favorite duties was going up in the cherry picker bucket to change the floodlights, said his family.

Working at Frost or Dairyland, Furloni also took on side jobs for friends who needed electrical work.

“It was what people in the trades did — they helped each other out,” Richard said.

Health problems

Seven years ago Furloni took early retirement for health reasons. Diagnosed with diabetes in his mid-30s, Furloni had toes amputated, survived a diabetic coma and had several small strokes.

Throughout these trials, Furloni was a trouper who never lost his sense of humor, said Michelle.

“He relearned how to walk and talk and joked about being called ‘Wheels,’ ” she said.




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