Los Angeles, California
Quick City Guide
USA Electric is a family owned and operated electrical contractors, serving the Los Angeles area since 1985. Our goal is to offer the best quality electrical service in Los Angeles to all our residential, commercial and industrial customers. We believe in doing the job right the first time. That's why we only use the best products and equipment. Our Los Angeles electricians are licensed, knowledgeable, experienced and friendly to confront any electrical work you may have. Give us a call today, and join the thousands of Los Angeles customers that have been satisfied with our electrical services.
Los Angeles is one of the most culturally diverse cities
in the country. About 40% of our population speaks Spanish at home. L.A.
also has its own Koreatown, Little Tokyo, Little Armenia, the Fairfax
Jewish area, and many other ethnic enclaves.
The population of the city itself is a little over 4
million people while that of Los Angeles County is a little over 10
million. Los Angeles County includes over 4,752 square miles of land and
water. It includes 88 cities, among others: the City of Los Angeles,
Burbank, Malibu, Hollywood, Beverly Hills, Long Beach, Pasadena,
Monterey Park, San Marino, Century City, Santa Monica, and Torrance.
Los Angeles is a World Class city when it comes to teams and sporting events. Los Angeles teams include the
Los Angeles Dodgers (baseball),
Los Angeles Lakers (basketball),
Los Angeles Clippers (basketball),
Los Angeles Kings (ice hockey),
LA Galaxy (soccer),
UCLA Bruins (college football), and
USC Trojans (college football).
Los Angeles is the scene of the one of the biggest
cross-town college football rivalries, the USC Trojans versus the UCLA
Los Angeles is also home to the Pasadena Rose Bowl, the stadium where every New Year's Day, two of the top national professional football teams match up in the bowl game that's The Grand-Daddy of Them All.
This game comes on the heels of the famed Rose Parade. The parade is a
procession of floats decorated with millions of flower petals. It also
features celebrities, marching bands, dancers, and fireworks.
Los Angeles hosts sporting events at a number of stadiums including Dodgers Stadium, Staples Center, and the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, home to the USC Trojans football team.
The part of the City of Los Angeles that the world knows
as "Hollywood," is still the center of English-language film-making. As
you drive through Hollywood and also North Hollywood and through the
City of Burbank, you can see the large warehouse-like studios where
movies and TV shows are produced and even today, shot.
Many movie stars make their homes in Los Angeles County,
especially in the part of the City of L.A. called "the Hollywood Hills,"
and the cities of Malibu, Beverly Hills, and Bel Aire. Of course, Los
Angeles also hosts the annual Academy Awards show which is hosted by
L.A.'s Kodak Theater and broadcast to millions around the world.
Little Theaters dot our neighborhoods. World-class plays
and concerts are performed in the many larger theaters and auditoriums
throughout L.A. These include among others:
Electrical Services in Culver City
At night, viewing down on L.A. from the Griffith Observatory,
you can see tons of lights streaming in all directions. Those lights are serviced by Los Angeles electricians just like us. USA Electric are helping to keep these lights running.
Employment - Work as an Electrician in Culver City
If you are in a conscientious and productive electrician
in Los Angeles and want your pay to match what you're worth, consider
becoming an electrician for USA Electric. We are currently hiring journeyman electricians and electrician helpers. Contact us with your information, to set up an interview.
Becoming a Culver City Electrician
If you aren't an electrician, but would like to become
one, you can get started in a variety of ways. One way is to enroll in
an electrical apprenticeship program. In an electrical apprenticeship
program, you work and study for several years while being paid a limited
amount. Click here for information about electrical apprenticeship programs in Los Angeles.
You can also start by going to a trade school for Los Angeles electricians. Click here to find a trade school for electricians in L.A.
Some electricians get their start by finding a job as an
electrical helper that requires no experience or training. But
experience and study of electrical theory and the National Electrical Code are necessary for the next step - becoming a journeyman, an electrician who can work without immediate supervision.
If you want to run your own business as a Los Angeles
electrician, you'll need to become a licensed electrical contractor.
This requires passing a licensing exam administered by the Contractors State License Board.
Many special schools offer assistance in studying for the licensing
exam. Once you are an electrical contractor, you can be your own boss
and earn a higher income.
Click here to get more information about electricians and electrical contractors in Los Angeles.