Doing it yourself (DIY) is often a great way to fix up your house and add value to one of the largest investments you will ever make. However, amateur electrical projects are a completely different story. Here’s a list of common home electrical mistakes made by well-meaning do-it-yourselfers. Unfortunately, these errors don’t just endanger your […]
You see them all over the internet — articles with alluring titles like “DIY and Save” even “Wire a Hot Tub without Paying an Electrician.” But hot tub installation is not really such a simple task. This type of wiring can involve all kinds of unforeseen details;, you may even need to upgrade your electrical […]
Without experience, DIY electrical work can have flaws and leave you open to dangerous hazards. Learn about these 6 electrical jobs and why it’s better to leave them to your trusted electrician.
At this moment in time, everyone’s health and safety are top of mind. COVID-19 isn’t just affecting Canadians but is being felt across the entire world. While it’s great everyone’s practicing social distancing, the things we use every day are still going to malfunction. When your power goes out 10 mins before that big Zoom […]
To All of Our Valued Customers, Due to the growing global concerns with COVID-19, we wanted to provide you with an update on our health and safety polices up to this date. As information and guidance from public health officials changes, we will reassess and change our procedures and protocols accordingly. We have asked all […]
If you’ve heard that a power surge is capable of destroying your appliances, you may wonder whether to believe it. Well, this is no internet scare story – it’s absolutely true. What’s more, the typical home today is full of valuable and sensitive electronics. Think of your refrigerator, HVAC, sound system, TV, and smart home […]
With all the hustle and bustle the holidays bring, we can sometimes forget about electrical safety. With all the holiday lights and decorations, it’s important you understand the potential dangers that could arise. Follow our holiday electrical safety tips to stay safe this winter.
Electrical fires are responsible for 20% of house fires in Canada every year. In order to protect yourself and your home, learn to recognize these signs of an electrical fire, and have us come perform an inspection.
Your electrical panel is supposed to protect you: but is it actually putting you in danger? If you have one of these panels, you could be at risk of fire.