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A: Electrical work that is currently conducted on our marketplace today consists predominantly of low voltage electrical work, which does not require a license. The electrician network is a curated talent pool of verified, licensed electricians.
A: Currently, our network of licensed electricians includes:
Q: What is the current coverage for this network?
A: This network currently has coverage in major cities nationwide and is actively growing as our dedicated recruitment team continues to source licensed electricians across the country.
A: Yes. Our dedicated recruiting team has completed a number of campaigns to recruit licensed electricians and continues to actively grow our supply base to increase coverage. Our ability to recruit is dependent on the type of work that requires a licensed electrician and the timeline of the project.
The types of work that have been completed in this network include:
A: The Field Nation recruiting team encourages clients to notify their Account Manager of prospective electrical projects as soon as possible. Given the varying project nature of work and the market availability of qualified electricians, the advanced lead time for our recruitment team is appreciated to ensure clients are successful.
A: This network includes highly skilled, in-demand licensed electricians. The fee structure differentiates from our current marketplace due to the proactive efforts required to both attract and maintain this network. Each electrician has their license information verified by a 3rd party vendor (Atlas Certified), and our dedicated recruiting team monitors when these licenses expire.
Once a work order is published in the Electrician Network and has been assigned and completed by a technician, clients are subject to a 5% fee. This is reflected as a Service fee.
A: Technicians in this network are charged 8% from a work order regardless of total work order value. Technician pricing varies across states, depending on additional factors such as available supply and prominence of electrical unions.