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We Serve the Following Counties:
King, Snohomish, Clallam, Jefferson, Kitsap, Pierce, Skagit and Whatcom

Seattle - 206-903-6976
Eastside - 425-644-9819
South King - 253-813-1467
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Plus 5 Guarantee

Plus 5 Guarantee

Buy a new home wired by a +5 associated Electrical Contractor - whose electricians belong to the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW), and your wiring is automatically protected for an extra five years beyond the builder's one-year warranty.

The IBEW and the National Electrical Contractors Association (NECA), working together through their Labor-Management Cooperation Committee (LMCC) make sure that your new home is electrically safe for five extra years through their innovative +5 Homeowner's Electrical Protection Plan.

This program covers the original owners for work done by local electricians employed by +5 contractors on newly-built homes, in the unlikely event that electrical problems should develop during the five additional years following the builder's one-year warranty. The +5 Plan is provided at absolutely no additional expense to the homeowner or builder. There are no strings attached!

The IBEW and NECA sponsor +5 because they have confidence in their workmanship. Their qualified, professional electricians are well-trained and highly experienced in their trade. Simply put, they are the best in the business!

If, for any reason, problems should develop in the original wiring system during your first year of ownership, we correct the situation under the terms of the builder's contract. Then, for a full five more years, our LMCC +5 Program extends the same protection independently. Just contact the LMCC office and describe the trouble you are experiencing. We will have a +5 Electrical Contractor correct the difficulty at no charge to you.

+5 Means Better Built

A +5 qualified, competent Electrician earns his or her trade through an Apprenticeship Program which encompasses three years of exhaustive classroom study, along with 6,000 hours of on-the-job training for residential and light commercial work. In commercial and industrial work, they undergo five years of classroom training and 8,000 hours of on-the-job training.

Having successfully completed the extensive Apprenticeship process, he or she becomes a full-fledged, state-licensed Residential or Commercial/Industrial Journeyman Electrician. Continuing education programs constantly update the Electricians’ skills by way of training sponsored by the IBEW and NECA working together through the Labor Management Cooperation Committee.

The LMCC is a professional trade organization uniting Electrical Contractors with Electricians. It is dedicated to the objective of promoting professionalism within the Electrical Construction Industry.