Ethridge Electric is a small company big on honesty and family values near Sacramento County CA. Call us today at 916-834-0369. We believe treating our customers as if they were friends and family is key to a growing business who offers services everyone needs.We specialize in all aspects of residential electrical, such as; lighting design, recessed can lighting, ceiling fans, pendants, under-cabinet lights, security lighting, landscape lighting, additional receptacles, whole house fans, computer receptacles, dryer receptacles, sub-panels, service panel repairs and upgrades, spa dissconects, new construction, and much more. We also specialize in commerial; tenant improvements, new construction, service calls, maintenance and bulb replacement. Another service we offer is home inspection, as we are very knowledgeable in electrical code and title 24. We offer free estimates..
Let us make you completely happy if you’re near Sacramento County CA and have a business that needs regular lighting maintenance and electrical repair. We can get you on a great schedule so you never have to worry about lights going out in critical areas. Our wonderful electricians have been making 100% satisfied customers in our area for many years. Find out why so many schools, churches, property management companies and local businesses appreciate Ethridge Electric. For commercial lighting and lighting maintenance we are unrivaled. Our courtesy, promptness and faithful maintenance are unrivaled in the region.
If you need whole house fans installed in Sacramento County CA or repaired as well as circuits repaired or installed in your home or business, let us make you completely glad you called us. If you need new plugs installed or a granny flat wired or electrical estimate repaired, our electricians are the top notch service professionals you need for every possible electrical job.
We offer emergency electrical repair in Sacramento County CA and are licensed, bonded and insured. Never trust an inexperienced electrician because to do so could cost you more down the road as well as endanger your family. We offer the peace of mind of years of electrical service and repair experience and the careful diligence to do an excellent electrical job for you first time and every time. We will install lights, provide panel changes as well as any type of attic fans and electrical plug installation or repair.
Ethridge Electric is rated in the top 10% of 336,931 contractors in California.
Ethridge Electric operates out of the State of California and holds a license according to the California contractors license board.
License #: 958768
Employees of Ethridge Electric: Dave Ethridge, Sole Owner
Related information about electricians: In Sacramento County CA, master level electricians supervise journeyman level electricians. Journeyman electricians can work unsupervised provided that they work according to a master’s direction. Generally, states do not offer journeyman permits, and journeyman electricians and other apprentices can only work under permits issued to a master. Apprentices may not work without direct supervision. Before electricians can work unsupervised, they are usually required to serve an apprenticeship lasting from 3 to 5 years under the general supervision of a Master Electrician and usually the direct supervision of a Journeyman Electrician. Schooling in electrical theory and electrical building codes is required to complete the apprenticeship program. Many apprenticeship programs provide a salary to the apprentice during training. A Journeyman electrician is a classification of licensing granted to those who have met the experience requirements for on the job training (usually 4080 to 6120 hours) and classroom hours (about 144 hours). Requirements include a two year relevant degree, completion of two to six years of apprenticeship training, and passing a licensing exam.
Electricians are trained to one of three levels: Apprentice, Journeyman, and Master Electrician. Apprentices in the US and Canada are working to learn the electrical trade. They generally take several hundred hours of classroom instruction and are contracted to follow apprenticeship standards for a period of between three and six years, during which time they are paid as a percentage of the Journeyman’s pay. In Sacramento County CA, Journeymen are electricians who have completed their Apprenticeship and who have been found by the local, State, or National licensing body to be competent in the electrical trade. Master Electricians have performed well in the trade for a period of time, often seven to ten years, and have passed an exam to demonstrate superior knowledge of the National Electrical Code, or NEC.
Service electricians in Sacramento County CA are tasked to respond to requests for isolated repairs and upgrades. They have considerable skills troubleshooting wiring problems, installing wiring in existing buildings, and making repairs. Construction electricians primarily focus on larger projects, such as installing all new electrical system for an entire building, or upgrading an entire floor of an office building as part of a remodeling process. Other specialty areas are marine electricians, research electricians and hospital electricians. “Electrician” is also used as the name of a role in stagecraft, where electricians are tasked primarily with hanging, focusing, and operating stage lighting. In this context, the Master Electrician is the show’s chief electrician. Although theater electricians routinely perform electrical work on stage lighting instruments and equipment, they are not part of the electrical trade and have a different set of skills and qualifications from the electricians that work on building wiring.
In addition to the workplace hazards generally faced by industrial workers, electricians are also particularly exposed to injury by electricity. An electrician may experience electric shock due to direct contact with energized circuit conductors or due to stray voltage caused by faults in a system. An electric arc exposes eyes and skin to hazardous amounts of heat and light. Faulty switchgear may cause an arc flash incident with a resultant blast. Electricians are trained to work safely and take many measures to minimize the danger of injury. In Sacramento County CA, lockout and tagout procedures are used to make sure that circuits are proven to be de-energized before work is done. Limits of approach to energized equipment protect against arc flash exposure; specially designed flash-resistant clothing provides additional protection; grounding (earthing) clamps and chains are used on line conductors to provide a visible assurance that a conductor is de-energized. Personal protective equipment provides electrical insulation as well as protection from mechanical impact; gloves have insulating rubber liners, and work boots and hard hats are specially rated to provide protection from shock. If a system cannot be de-energized, insulated tools and special live-line training are used; even high-voltage transmission lines can be repaired while energized, when necessary. Working conditions for electricians vary by specialization. Generally an electrician’s work is physically demanding such as climbing ladders and lifting tools and supplies. In Sacramento County CA, occasionally an electrician must work in a cramped space or on scaffolding, and may frequently be bending, squatting or kneeling, to make connections in awkward locations. Construction electricians may spend much of their days in outdoor or semi-outdoor noisy and dirty worksites. Industrial electricians may be exposed to the heat, dust, and noise of an industrial plant. Power systems electricians may be called to work in all kinds of adverse weather to make emergency repairs.
Some electricians are union members. Some examples of electricians’ unions are: International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers; Canadian Union of Public Employees; International Union of Electronic, Electrical, Salaried, Machine, and Furniture Workers; International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers; United Auto Workers; and the United Steelworkers. The International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers provides its own apprenticeships through its National Joint Apprenticeship and Training Committee njatc.org and the National Electrical Contractors Association. Many merit shop training and apprenticeship programs also exist, including those offered by such as trade associations as Associated Builders and Contractors and Independent Electrical Contractors. These organizations provide comprehensive training, in accordance with U.S. Department of Labor regulations.