CTI is Fully Licensed– Always choose electricians that are licensed and certified by accredited institutions. Make sure the company they work for is trustworthy and provides their electricians with proper training and equipment.

CTI has an Impeccable Reputation – The best electrical contractors and electrical companies will come highly recommended by people you can trust and will come with references you can check. Don’t be afraid to ask for references. CTI is a highly qualified and certified electrical company you will be happy to hire them.

CTI has Plenty of Experience – You want to be sure when someone is working on your home or office that they have the experience necessary to do the job safely, correctly, efficiently, and that when the job is completed everything will work as it should.

CTI is Honest and Communicates Concerns Properly – A good electrician will explain what needs to be done, what problem the solution addresses, and will be upfront with a fair price for the work that is required.

CTI is There For You When You Need Us – Electrical problems don’t keep a nine to five schedule. That’s why CTI will provide emergency service so you won’t be left stumbling around in the dark

Self-perform is a hot topic in the construction industry, but what is it exactly and why does it matter? When self-performing, CTI Electrical completes the electrical scope with its own skilled labor force. Often, self-performing scopes of work can benefit a project. More importantly, self-perform capabilities add value for all clients.

#1: Saving time

Self-perform contractors know how to do the work. This comprehensive understanding of tasks often completed by subcontractors results in time savings through:

Efficient scheduling—Trade-specific experience leads to creating accurate, efficient, dependable schedules.

Faster team coalition—Self-performing reduces the time required to complete subcontractor selection and onboarding.

Flexibility—If a subcontractor falls behind schedule and is unable to recover using alternative solutions, self-perform capabilities give the general contractor the last-resort option to supplement that subcontractor’s workforce with in-house skilled laborers to get the project back on track.

Motivation—Inherently, the lead contractor has a greater incentive for completing self-perform work on time and within budget than do subcontractors.

Control—Self-performing heightens the ability to manage the schedule by using internal forces to perform the work.

#2: Saving money

Self-performing generates a thorough knowledge of task-related labor necessities, material options and availability, and market fluctuations that affect both. During preconstruction, the lead contractors self-perform knowledge provides owners and architects with accurate budget information for their designs as well as viable material alternatives. Having worked with a variety of materials, the general contractor can recommend selections that will provide the best value for each project.

#3: Controlling quality

After years of building a talented team of Journeyman Electricians, CTI has the electrical self-perform crews that have worked together on project after project yield high quality products through efficient methods. When their own forces are responsible for work on site, the lead contractor can be in more of a position to guarantee excellent quality as well as on-time, in-budget completion of those trades.

#4: Ensuring safety

When an experienced self-perform crew works on project sites, they follow and enforce the lead contractor’s safety standards, enhancing the safety focus already provided by an in-house safety department and individual project teams. Skilled laborers on site offer extra sets of trained eyes to watch for and correct risky behaviors.

Self-performing isn’t the right call for every project but having a self-perform contractor on the team affords many options and added value. Even without self-performing on a project, having self-perform knowledge and experience improves the ability to assess subcontractors’ work and hold them accountable in terms of staffing, scheduling, estimating, and quality. With a high value for self-performing work, a general contractor is not simply a broker but offers its clients the expertise of a true builder on every project.