Frequently Asked Questions2020-04-11T14:16:12+00:00


Hi and thanks for stopping by! We created this space for you to get to know us and answer questions we receive on a daily basis. So, have a read and give us a call or shoot us an email if you feel inspired to start a conversation. We’d love to hear more about your needs and how we can start making your life easier.

How do you charge for your work?2020-03-31T19:23:56+00:00

We provide free estimates, proposals and when scope is not defined then we will charge on a time and material bases with pre-set labor rates.

Is ICE licensed, insured and bonded?2020-03-31T19:26:20+00:00

Yes. Inter Connection Electric is fully insured, licensed and bonded. To stay ahead of the ever changing electrical industry, our highly trained electricians continually improve their abilities and expertise through certifications and specialized training.

What is your company’s coverage area?2020-03-31T19:22:37+00:00

We work throughout all five New York City boroughs, as well as, Westchester County and parts of New Jersey and Long Island.

How do I know when an electrical outlet needs to be repaired or replaced?2020-03-31T19:21:09+00:00

The face plate is broken, burnt exterior, outlet gone dead, outlet produces electric shock. Also, when the plug falls out of the outlet without touching it, or the outlet is not secure and will move easily when touching it. Finally, replace an electrical outlet if there is a buzzing sound that comes from the outlet.

Why do I need to hire an electrician? Can I not do my own electrical repairs?2020-03-31T19:19:07+00:00

At ICE, we believe its always better to be safe than sorry, especially when we have multiple licensed electricians on staff. Electrical fires take hundreds of lives each year and injure thousands more, according to the U.S. Fire Administration. Improper installation or faulty wiring causes the majority of these fires. Electrical repair jobs are best left to the professionals, because licensed electricians understand building codes and national safety standards.

When is it time to call an electrician?2020-03-31T19:17:16+00:00

If you have concern for your safety when it comes to electrical then its time to call an electrician.

Do you use subcontractors?2020-03-31T19:15:13+00:00

No, we are full service up to 600V.

What type of warranties, if any do you provide?2020-03-31T19:11:17+00:00

One year workmanship.

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