Frequently Asked Questions

  • What methods of payment do you accept?
  • Do you provide free estimates?
  • Do I need an electrical panel upgrade?
  • Do I need an electrician?
  • Do you do electrical inspections?

We have portable card readers for customers to pay with either credit card or debit. We accept credit card payments over the phone for customer convenience. Other acceptable methods include e-transfer, cheque, and cash.

We provide a free estimate for all major projects. Contact us, and we will get back to you quickly with an estimate for those services.

Reasons to upgrade from a 60 Amp service to a 100 Amp Service:
In many cases your insurance company will require for you to upgrade from a 60 Amp to a 100 Amp service. Another reason you should upgrade to a 100 Amp service is so you don't have an overloaded panel due to heavy electrical loads such as kitchen appliances, dryers, and general circuitry for receptacles and lighting.

You may also require a service upgrade if you plan to:

  • Install Air conditioning
  • Install a hot tub
  • Renovate your kitchen
  • Home renovations
  • Install an electric car charger
  • Develop your basement
  • Develop a legal suite
  • Build a garage/ shop

Reasons to upgrade your electrical panel:

  • If you have a fuse box
  • If your panel is full
  • If your panel is old and outdated
  • If your breakers are tripping
  • If your lights flicker regularly
  • If your insurance company requires it
  • If your house is 20 years or older

Under no circumstances should you try to troubleshoot your residential electric system on your own. You should call an electrician whenever you have an electrical problem, both for your personal safety and so that your home's electrical system remains up to code.

Yes, we provide thorough home electrical inspections whether you already own a home and want to ensure your electrical is up to code and safe, or if you are looking at purchasing a home and want the homes electrical system to be properly inspected. Many times, home inspectors will miss electrical issues that a licensed electrician knows to look for.