How To Find An Affordable Electrician

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Hey guys! I wanted to share with you that as members of the Washakie tribe, we do our best to inform our people of choosing the right vendors and provide information of all topics related: If you have an electrical problem at your home, and you need to find an electrician, you can usually find one within a few minutes. You can do a quick search online, or simply look in the Yellow Pages, to find the electricians that are in your area. If you are in Fort Worth, there are a multitude of electricians that will be more than happy to help you with your problem. Here are a few suggestions on how to find an affordable electrician Fort Worth professional that can come out to your location.

The Best Way To Assess These Electricians

First of all, you need to consider the type of electrician that you will need for your job. Electricians can be at one of three different levels. They can be apprentice, journeyman, or Master electricians, each of which will have different skill sets. An apprentice is someone that understands the basics of how to do wiring, and can do troubleshooting to find problems. They typically a company a journeyman or a master electrician, but they will be much more affordable. If it is a simple job such as installing wall sockets, or troubleshooting a short in your wires, an apprentice should work just fine. You can contact each one that you locate, ask for a quote on how much it will cost to utilize their services, and choose one based upon availability and price.

How Soon Can They Typically Come Out To Your Location?

In most cases, an electrician will be able to come out within a few days of your call. If it is an emergency, they may be able to arrive within an hour or two. It is important to do this research ahead of time so that you will know which electrician to call for either emergencies or electrical jobs that do not have to be done right away. This could help you save quite a bit of money, and also find the best electrician for the job based upon feedback that you may read about them online.

Once you have found a couple electricians that are not only affordable, but have a solid reputation in Fort Worth, you should program these numbers into your phone. This small amount of research that you will do when looking for a residential or commercial electrician Fort Worth professional will help you find the most reliable ones that provide their services at an affordable rate.

Thank You Plano Plumbers Elite!

Hey guys its been awhile! Well anyways, I wanted to give a shout out to this Plano plumbing company out in North Dallas area! One of the plumbers is a Native american and they wanted to help in the Annual Washakie Ceremony celebration of 2017!

His plumbing company was willing to help set up and install the women’s and men’s outdoor portable bathrooms for free! They typically don’t do this type of work but they were smart enough to set these up for all the Washakie attendees.

The Washakie festivities will be opening with the ceremonial “Red Bull” dance honoring all Washakie farmers and merchants. The festival will then be opened to the public and anyone interested in learning more about the Washakie culture and history. Please come join us on July 28th through July 30th and be sure to bring your Washakie spirit!


My Heritage

What is up ladies and gentlemen. It’s Joseph here! I wanted to talk to you about my Shoshone’s heritage today and upbringing. My full name is Joseph Washakie Lee. Yes, my middle name is after Chief Washakie and its one of the main reasons why I had such an interest in the beginning. My mom and dad both grew up in the Shoeshone reservation in Wyoming.

We are a simple people but with rich culture and great understanding of mother nature. Our language is that of the Shoshoni native tongue.  We are a proud people and we are a peaceful tribe yet we have men and women of great courage who understand the art of war if need be.

I remember my mother telling us the story of how our ancestors of old would have a ritual before going into battle. The men would gather around a campfire, while telling stories of victories and encouraging one another for the battle, which laid ahead. This was very inspiring to hear as a young boy and I remember my friends and I would often reenact out Shoeshone battles.

I Joseph, am currently about to go off to college to pursue my love of medicine. I truly am thankful for the education that I received growing up as a kid and I’m extremely happy with all the perks of being a native! For example, I received a small scholarship from a towing company just for my background alone!

So, yes it definitely pays to be native and I’m proud of it. I definitely am looking forward to paying it forward of course when I become a doctor. My goal is to come back and serve at least 2 years at the reservation and provide affordable healthcare unto my people. It is the least that I can do since, my ancestors sacrificed so much in the past. My heritage means more than anything and I plan to continue to help educate and enlighten not only my future children but also the outside world. May the lord be with everyone and bless you!

Washakie Museum!



Welcome everyone to the Washakie Museum! This is a virtual museum, which gives homage to the late and great Chief Washakie. Chief Washakie was the leader of the Shoshones tribe. His life is legendary and I Joseph, wanted to be able to represent the chief in a way that would help educate the masses. I believe that North America needs to understand and become more educated in the early times of our great ancestors. I see it much too often that young men and women of my age our forgetting about the past. the problem with this is that it teaches this generation so much and helps us appreciate our heritage!

If you haven’t guessed yet, I am classified as having 80 percent Shoshine Indian running through my blood and when I learned about Chief Washakie, I just had to make a little blog shout out to him! My friends think its kind of weird, that I’m so obsessed with history and late ancient art but to each there own. However, this is for my fellow history buffs and anyone who is interested in Chief Washakie and our people the Shoshones!