How much will an electrical job cost me?
Both hourly and project rates vary depending on the type of project. Contact us today for a quote.
How do I know if my electrical outlet is running?
You can test the voltage at an electrical outlet with a device called a multimeter. A multimeter is a handheld device that connects to an outlet with two metal prongs and provides a variety of data. You can also contact us to help you troubleshoot any issues.
Can I DIY electrical repairs?
Under Ontario law, homeowners are allowed to do electrical work in their own home, but they must meet the requirements of the Ontario Electrical Safety Code. Which includes taking out all required permits. Let us help, contact us today.
My home is costing lots on hydro, what can I do?
There are a few things you can do to reduce your hydro bill.
- Reduce electronic power consumption. Keeping TVs, computers, phones, etc .. plugged in all day draws electricity.
- Use LED bulbs. Switching to LED bulbs can cut your electricity use by up to 75%
- Use a programmable thermostat. Setting your thermostat to a lower temperature while sleeping and then higher during the day can reduce costs by 10%.
- Run appliances during off-peak times. Wait to run your dishwasher and save half the cost of electricity. Use toaster or microwave instead of the electric stove.
- Cold water for laundry and clothes lines. Using cold water and running during off-peak times can save you 20%. Using the air to dry your clothes can have a huge savings.
- Check out our list of popular Energy Saving Solutions