At Delta Quality Electric, our team of seasoned Los Angeles electrical contractors have over 30 years of experience catering to homeowners, contractors and commercial clients throughout Los Angeles. We’re known for our durable materials, superior workmanship and commitment to delivering high-quality electrical work that can power your home or business today – and in the future.
Meet The Delta Quality Electric Team
Becket Wells founded Delta Quality Electric after witnessing other electricians doing perfunctory and downright dangerous work. Seeing this low quality performance throughout the industry, he was driven to raise the standard of electrical work.
As a respected Los Angeles electrical contractor with over 25 years of experience, Becket started doing electrical back in 1987, working mainly in commercial and industrial facilities. With comprehensive training and unrivaled technical expertise, he has led a wide variety of complex, multi-faceted projects, including 12,470 volt electrical sub-stations, vaults, load and dead break connections, slab mount transformers etc. Further, he has worked on high-end home remodels, new construction properties, designer retail stores, museums, large printing facilities and more. In addition, he is specially trained in audio and movie studio electrical and EMF handlings, making him uniquely qualified to cater to our Los Angeles clients in the entertainment and music industry.
Stacy Wells is the Office Manager and oversees all bookkeeping and administrative responsibilities for Delta Quality Electric. She makes sure the office is running smoothly so Becket can focus on delivering the high-quality electrical work clients have come to expect from our company. Prior to joining the team, she operated in an administrative capacity for over 20 years, working in events, finance and consulting.
Electrician vs Electrical Contractor
If you are a business or homeowner in Los Angeles County, there will come a time when you will need to hire an electrician or electrical contractor to perform some work on your electrical system. Because it is common practice for people to use both the terms electrician and electrical contractor interchangeably, it is important to know that there is a difference. Knowing these can drastically impact the quality of the work you receive, as well as the safety of your family, staff or tenants.
There is no margin for error when it comes to electrical work. This is why you should always hire the right person for the job the first time.
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At Delta Electric, our Los Angeles electricians look forward to answering any questions you may have. We also will do a complementary quote for your residential or commercial project. We are licensed, insured and bonded and will take your next project to the next level. We look forward to serving you.
What's the difference?
An electrician is an individual qualified tradesperson while an electrical contractor is a trained individual or business that holds the required insurances to hire and employ electricians. Normally an electrician is not allowed to work for the public unless they are under the employment of an electrical contractor. Both electricians and electrical contractors hold licenses, but only the electrical contractor has the required insurances to protect the employees and homeowners/businesses for insurance liabilities.
Many of the electrical code requirements vary between residential and commercial projects. If codes are not followed during a project and are not performed to the specific code requirements, you open your business or home up to many risks ranging from fines and penalties, to having your building shut down until the electrical project is brought up to code. Whether it’s a residential or commercial job, there is always the risks of fire, injury or even death resulting from improperly installed electrical devices.
Another difference between an electrician and an electrical contractor is the amount of voltage they can deal with. When it comes to electrical work, residential and commercial properties normally deal with different voltages. Homes are normally wired for 110 and 220 volts A/C, while most commercial and industrial buildings deal with 600 volts A/C or greater. An electrical contractor understands the differences between the two and works regularly with high voltage systems, while most electricians do not have the experience.
While a regular electrician can install light fixtures, electrical outlets, or ceiling fans in someone’s home, our Los Angeles electrical contractors can do all that plus more. Before you hire an electrician for your next project, make sure your needs won’t be better served by hiring one of the best electrical contractor Los Angeles County has to offer instead. We will ensure that your job gets done correctly the first time.
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Delta Quality Electric is your trusted source when you are in search of a high-quality electrician in Los Angeles. Contact us today for a complimentary estimate, and discover the value our professional electric contractors will bring to your residential or commercial project.