A few years back my grandmother left me her home in Columbus Ohio; I already had my own home here in Seattle, but couldn’t sell the property because of sentimental value. I recall spending a few summers there and will never forget the smell of freshly baked cookies waiting in the kitchen. It might not be the best idea, but I have decided to keep it as a second home and thought of it as something I can give to children one day, or at the very least a property I can develop. For now, at least, I am financially capable of maintaining the property.
Last month I finally made time to visit the old house, and though I only had a cleaning service go to it once a month, I was happy to see the place to be in incredibly good shape; Which is why I decided to make it into a self-sustaining house, as the property was big enough and the neighborhood seemed perfect for it.
I thought that finding a contractor and electrician with expertise in green energy and self-sustaining features in Ohio would be a challenge. But surprisingly enough there were several companies that knew exactly what I wanted to be done, so much so that the challenge became choosing the right one for me to work with.
The Electricians in Columbus OH, as well as most electricians in the country, are now slowly mastering green energy, unlike how it was just a decade ago, back when mostly only wealthy people were going green. Their quotes are incredibly competitive and clearly reachable to most people today. It is clear that we are heading towards a greener future if this continues.
Currently, I am still working on the plans on how to make my vision for the house come true, which I hope with the help of an architect friend of mine be an incredible masterpiece. Once we complete the plans, we will present it to several contractors we have already spoken to and try to see who can give us the best price while showing interest in the project.
Columbus Ohio was like my second home back in the day, with the plans that I have been drawing up lately I am being tempted to retire there some day. Of course, the future is still a mystery to us, so I can’t really say if that would come true. What I do know to be true now though; is that finding the right electrician and contractor to make a green energy home in Columbus, isn’t that hard.
Columbus Ohio Electrician
1550 Old Henderson Rd, Suite 45
Columbus, OH 43220