BEFORE MAJOR UPGRADES
If you're planning on renovating your house or adding appliances that may tax your home's electrical system, it's a good idea to have us look at it.
It's important to make sure that your home can support all of those extra outlets & light fixtures and if change is needed, making those changes alongside your renovations can often save time, money and headaches.
AFTER STORM OF FLOOD DAMAGE
Canada's climate can often be harsh & unforgiving. Should you experience storm damage, or a leaky roof or flooding, it's important to have your electrical system checked.
Water damage especially can erode or short-circuit important components in your home's electrical system and left unattended could leave you at risk of fire.
EXPERIENCE SUDDEN OR REOCCURING PROBLEMS
If you have a sudden failure of a light fixture or an outlet, your next step should be to have it checked out by a professional. The cause may not be isolated to that particular location.
But serious electrical issues may also be more subtle. Have you noticed that you are replacing a particular bulb regularly in your home? This could caused by a dangerous underlying issue.
We can diagnose and fix any issue you may have, and catching things early can save time, money and keep your family safe.
LIVE IN AN OLDER HOME?
If you live in a home that was built before 1975, you should have the electrical system checked whenever there is an issue. These older homes were built with older technologies such as knob & tube and aluminum wiring, that may need a great level of attention.
Corrosion, rodents, insects or other factors may compromise the integrity of your wiring & make your home unsafe.