If your job is considered a capitol improvement under NC tax law, labor costs associated with your job are exempt from sales tax but we must have a completed affidavit for capitol improvements signed by the homeowner for our records. This law changed in January of 2017 and now all jobs that are regarded as being service, repairs or installation require sales tax be charged on labor. Capitol Improvements are exempt from this tax. The form can be downloaded here.
As of January of 2017, NC service contractors such as electricians, plumbers, have been required to charge sales tax on all labor/fees for Service, Repair & Installation. Commonly most repair and service call jobs for us fall under this category.
No, we do not. While major electrical work can be costly, we have found that most customers can find more competitive rates and financing options through other sources. Many credit unions and banks offer both secured and unsecured loans for home improvements.
Our license number is #29684-U and we carry a $1,000,000 general liability policy in addition to workman's compensation insurance for all of our employees.
Qualified electricians are required to pass rigorous testing and show they have completed a minimum number of hours working as apprentices under the direct supervision of a qualified electrician before they are able to take the test. The North Carolina State Board of Examiners of Electrical Contractors or NCBEEC oversees testing, licensing and ongoing continuing education each year.
Licensing is run on a company-wide level where qualified electricians work under the company license and the company is responsible for ensuring that each electrician's work is being performed to the highest standards.
Dynamic Electric is committed to making sure that all of our people have the best training available and stay current on new codes requirements and current issues so we can provide the best service to our customers.
This of course depends on your particular problem but our service trucks are well stocked with the most common replacements parts and other items needed for repairs.
Specialty items may need to be ordered or sourced locally.
Apprenticeships are a very important part of becoming a qualified electrician. Prior to being allowed to test with the NCBEEC, applicants must show that they have completed a certain number of hours working under the direct supervision of a qualified electrician. We are committed to a training program for people wanting to pursue a career as a qualified electrician and often have an apprentice working on our teams.
Our apprentice electricians play an important role in getting our work done promptly and professionally by assisting the electrician. Importantly they also provide a second set of eyes and hands for getting each job done right. They are highly trained individuals who are working towards becoming fully qualified electricians.