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Disaster Recovery Guidance

 

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Quick Tips on How to Find the Right Contractor

MoreTips on Hiring a Contractor 

IMPORTANT TIPS TO READ ABOUT:


DON’T GET SCAMMED!

Click here for some excellent advice on avoiding scams.

10 TIPS ON HIRING A REGISTERED CONTRACTOR

Naturally, you’re eager to get the rebuilding started. But take a few minutes to click here and review these tips. You’ll be glad you did.

YOUR GUIDE TO HOME IMPROVEMENT CONTRACTS

Always require a signed contract. And here’s what to look for.


My electrical wiring has been damaged by the flood and my power is off. What do I do?

The State of Colorado Electrical Board understands that you need to get your power back on as soon as possible. However safety is a concern. Damaged electrical systems can cause electrocution and fires.  For more information on damaged electrical systems please go to the following links:

After the Storm – A Guide for Flood Victims

Evaluating Water Damaged Electrical Equipment

Water Damaged Equipment

A customer's electrical wiring has been damaged by the flood or fire and the power is off. What do I do?


The State of Colorado Electrical Board understands that your customer needs to get the power restored as soon as possible. However safety is a concern. Damaged electrical systems can cause electrocution and fires. As a registered electrical contractor you should perform a damage assessment to determine what will need to be done to re-energize the power. The state electrical inspectors will be using guidelines from several nationally recognized agencies for inspecting repairs or restoring power.  For more information on damaged electrical systems please go to the following links:

Evaluating Water Damaged Electrical Equipment

Water Damaged Equipment

After the Storm – A Guide for Flood Victims

 

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