The smalltime electrician who always worked alone, doing so-called house calls from one day to the next, may have wondered about this once upon a time. But do you see or hear of him worrying? No, not a chance. That, in part, should all be thanks to you. And if you should happen to be a small business owner yourself, you should be taking advantage of his commercial electrician fairfax contracts right now.
From smalltime one-man electrical operator to a full-fledged commercial electrical company servicing who knows how many commercial, and domestic, clients each and every year. That is how far he may have come. He is always up for the challenge. He is always adaptable to change. And he should be professional enough to acknowledge that even he could do with training in new technologies and techniques, as well as all the new materials that go along with it.
He probably clapped his hands in glee rather than sigh when he caught wind of how many new panel vans were rolling into town to roll out and install new solar panels upon the roofs of commercial buildings and domestic properties all over the place. Solar power may well come to replace conventional electricity supply in a big way. But it is not about to declare the one-time one-man door to door electrician redundant.
Assuming he still holds his licensing qualifications, he’s probably a technician that the solar power industry needs on its team. He still has skills that this 21st century industry could use. And is, more than likely, already using. In any event, the transition is likely to take years. Not everyone is sold on the idea. Yet. And in any case, the electrician is needed to help out with those transitions.