The Licensed Electrical Contractor mark is the smartest investment to build trust. It is a way to show identification to your customers, a way for Electrical Contractors to wear your pride, and will help you gain trust from the community. With a membership from PHCEid, you will gain access to the use of the Licensed Electrical Contractor mark and more! Learn about all of the ways you can utilize the Licensed Electrician marks from PHCEid below.
Use the License mark to indicate that your company is Licensed.
You can use the Licensed Electrical Contractor mark at the header and footer of your webpage so customers know you are licensed. This is also a great way to display your license number so customers can verify you are a Licensed Electrician.
Display the Licensed Electrical Contractor mark on your company vehicles.
Make it easy for the public to quickly identify that you are a Licensed Electrical Contractor while on the road. Trucks are one of your number 1 ways to advertise. Show you are a licensed contractor with PHCEid.
Use the Licensed Electrical Contractor mark as a unique advantage over the competition.
Stand out in the crowd with a mark from PHCEid. When compared to a competitor, the Licensed Electrical Contractor mark is sure to stand out.
Post Licensed Electrical Contractor mark on Social Media.
Another great free advertising tool is through social media. By showing your Licensed Electrical Contractor mark, you can quickly notify the public that you are a contractor they can trust.
With the Licensed Electrical Contractor mark, you can add watermarks to photos, make highlight reels. she the license on stories, and so much more. By having access to the digital mark, your options are endless.
Check out how PHCEid Promotional utilizes the mark below!
Use the uniform patches on your uniforms so homeowners know you are licensed. Patches can be placed on:
When entering a homeowner’s home, you want to show that you are the Licensed Electrical Contractor that the homeowner was expecting. With the mark, you are easily identified as the one who is fit for the job.
Many homeowners also like to do some background check and need the license number to get started.
Use the License mark on:
By using the Licensed Electrical Contractor mark on print materials, your company will look more official. With the stamp of approval from PHCEid, a customer will feel at ease knowing you are a credible contractor with a license number. The mark will keep your print materials uniform with your website, social media, and company.
The Licensed mark is available on:
You will have access to digitally post the Licensed mark anywhere.
This makes posting on social, using the mark for web design, etc. that much easier! What better way to promote the fact that you are licensed than with a Licensed Electrical Contractor mark.
You will have access to use the Licensed mark on decals and yard signs.
Yard signs are a great way to advertise. Whether you put them at your own home/company or even give them to customers – you have access to the mark!
Here are some ideas on how to use a decal with the Licensed Electrical Contractor mark:
Display the License mark on your review page and review requests.
With this stamp of approval from the Licensed Electrical Contractor mark, people will want to leave your company reviews. Knowing that you are a trustworthy company that is licensed puts the customers’ worries away. When the mark pops up. the customer will identify that your company and contractor is licensed and are more likely to leave a review.
Check out the example to the left on how ELECT Inc uses the mark.
PHCEid.org is an advocate for the Plumbing, Heating, Cooling, and Electrical contractor to properly identify their licensed status for public awareness. Professional Contractors have the license or certification to work in homes and businesses. Without the proper certification and licensing to become a skilled trades professional, it compromises the integrity of the trade industry. The contractors listed on the PHCEid.org website are licensed or certified according to the codes and laws set forth by each governing state and/or entity. Licensed Contractors work in compliance with local and state codes set forth by their governing trade industry board. Get more information at PHCEid.org or call 844-954-2367 today!