Green Force is dedicated to high quality work for our customers and ensuring full satisfaction and on time completion.

If you have a commercial need we can almost always guarantee same day service, and we also offer 24/7 emergency calls. All estimates are free and all work can be paid via check or invoice.


Commercial Services Offered:
  • Service / Maintenance
  • Remodel / New construction
  • Lighting retrofit and energy saving upgrades
  • Lighting Control and daylight harvesting solutions
  • Voice/Data cabling
  • TVSS (lighting protection)

Green Force Electric offers a wide variety of electrical services, if you don't see what you need please contact us.

           
How to Choose a Denver Electrician

As a home or business owner, choosing some things is easy – paint color for your walls, furniture design,
where to purchase your supplies and appliances. Choosing a contractor to do complicated electrical
work, on the other hand, is not so simple. When it comes to handling wiring and voltage, you need
an expert. But not everyone who calls themselves an electrician may be right for the job. You want
to make sure that the person you entrust with your electrical needs is highly skilled, reliable and most
importantly, can do the job properly and safely.

Here are some helpful tips and questions to ask when choosing a Denver electrician.

Licensed – First and foremost, you’ll want to be sure that the contractor you choose is fully licensed.
Getting a Denver electrician’s license isn’t easy – there is a certain level of experience required and
applicants must pass a difficult exam to show that they know and understand all of the requirements
and safety regulations. The purpose is to protect the consumer, so don’t take it lightly.

Insured – Just as it’s important to require that the electrician you use is licensed, it is equally important
that they carry adequate insurance. Again, it’s for your protection as a consumer. If something goes
wrong you don’t want to be on the hook for it so make sure the contractor you choose has the proper
coverage.

Experienced/Reputable – Once you determine that your candidate is licensed and insured, the next
thing to consider is how much experience he or she has and what their reputation is. Ask them how
long they’ve been in business as a Denver electrician, and whether they have a list of references. If they
give you references, call them. It pays to do your homework, especially when it involves something as
serious as electrical work.

Reliable – If you called a potential electrician and left a message, how long did it take for him or her to
get back to you? When you made an appointment to meet and go over your needs, did they show up?
Were they on time? These are simple little things, but can be signs of a contractor’s reliability. If they
can’t be punctual when they are trying to make a first impression on you, chances are they won’t be
finishing the job on time either.

Understands the Job Requirements – Another thing to consider when choosing a Denver electrician is
whether or not they understand and are properly qualified to meet your specific needs. For instance,
if you are contracting to have your entire business re-wired and the contractor you are considering has
mostly residential experience, it might not be a good fit.

Once you have narrowed down your candidate selection, you may want to ask the following questions
to help you decide which one to hire:

ü Do you provide any guarantees with your work (i.e. that the work will meet code and/or pass

inspection)?
ü Do you offer a warranty should anything go wrong, and if so, what are the conditions?
ü What is your rate?

ü How do you expect to be paid (i.e. required % upfront, payment schedule, etc.)?
ü How much time do you estimate the job will take and what do you propose the total cost will

Finally, when you have chosen the contractor that you feel is best for the job, be sure to get all of the
details in writing prior to him or her starting the work. Execute a written contract that contains as many
details as possible, including what the work entails, cost, how payment is to be made, when the job
will start and an estimated date of completion. The more information you get in writing, the less likely
the chance of any miscommunications or misunderstandings arising, and the more likely the job will go
smoothly and on time.

Choosing a qualified and reliable Denver electrician can be challenging; however, by putting these tips
and suggestions to use you will take much of the guesswork out of it and have a much better chance of
finding the perfect contractor for your job.