Utility safety: Electricians are regularly called in to straighten out the mistakes of well-meaning but clueless amateurs who don't know the difference between an electrical code and a dress code.
Now, Nonconductive Tool Company, the maker of Voltclaw® tools, is sponsoring the new "What Were They Thinking?" photo contest that pokes fun at amateurs who took a shortcut or two to create breathtakingly bad electrical installments. Electricians are challenged to send a photo of the worst they've seen. One lucky electrician will be awarded a free website, set up exclusively by ElectricitySites.com, a new service offering custom-designed, SEO-optimized and mobile-ready websites for electricians.
"Ask any electrician and they'll tell you about the most shocking work they've ever had to rewire, re-install or completely redo from scratch," said Warren Tarbell, CEO of Nonconductive Tool Company. "Today we are challenging electricians who think they've faced down the baddest of the bad and lived to tell the tale to enter to win a great new website for free."
Because words can't do justice to truly bad electrical work, either email a photo to firstname.lastname@example.org or upload to www.facebook.com/voltclaw.
Electricians often think of their websites as an online business card requiring little more than a name and phone number. In reality, when properly designed, an electrician's website serves as a virtual sales representative that generates leads and helps in closing sales, all at a fraction of the cost of traditional advertising.
ElectricitySites.com creates stunning websites that develop an online brand identity that reflects an electrician's professionalism, one that will be hard at work for them 24/7/365 to attract new business leads while they're focused on their craft."
About Nonconductive Tool Company, LLC
Headquartered in Torrance, California, the Nonconductive Tool Company, LLC is committed to creating and manufacturing tools that help keep electricians safe and able to perform their functions to the highest level of their abilities. It's American made tools include the award-winning VoltClaw™, a groundbreaking new way for electricians to work safely around wiring. The Voltclaw was invented by the company's founder, Warren Tarbell, an electrician and contractor.