Electricians Charge Per Hour

What Do Electricians Charge Per Hour?

There a many factors that can vary the cost of an electrician. Here, we will discuss a few important one's. 

Most bulky projects, such as replacing an electrical panel or rewiring a house ranges from $2,000 to $6,000 or more. The cost of electrical work depends on the job. Some projects are billed at an hourly rate while other jobs have a flat fee attached to them. Jobs charged at a flat fee rate can sometimes save you money since you will pay the quoted amount no matter how long the job takes.

Average Cost of an Electrician includes:-

National Average Cost     $200

Minimum Cost     $50

Maximum Cost     $800

Average Range     $150 to $400

Most of the electricians does not prefer small jobs like fixing a light as they have to spent travel cost to visit the place and they would not be profitable for them. Some electricians will do side work, or work without working for an electrical company. In these cases, you may be able to find electricians working at a slightly lower rate than a professional company rates. 

Some of the factors that affect the electrician cost the most includes:- 

    Distance - Distance to and from your destination will affect the cost most. Lower the distance lower will be the cost. 

    Accessibility - It depends on the size of the project, like if it is small or large. For eg., like installing a light fixture, or complex like running a new circuit through finished walls?

    Experience - More experienced electrician with good reviews will charge high cost compared with the lower experienced electricians. If the project is small you can choose less experience person also and will cost you less.