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I am a licensed electrician who specializes in restoration work including many fire and water damaged homes and businesses in New Jersey. We are ecstatic to hear that this guide now exists to help us guide contractors as well as electrical inspectors on proper fire and heat restoration work. There have been a lot of people displaced from their homes and waiting for their homes to be restored and these guides will speed up the process. We have personally been in homes where fire companies pull the electric meter therefore leaving the home with no heat, which in turn makes their pipes cold causing them to burst. Now they have both fire and water damage. There are a lot of consumers out there in need of a good electrician that utilizes resources such as these.
Rashawn Woods, www.lightitupelectricllc.com

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