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Services

Lighting

  • Decorative & Accent Lighting
  • Fluorescent Lighting
  • Chandeliers Installation
  • Fixture Change-outs
  • Recessed Can Lighting
  • Track Lighting
  • Hi-Bay Lighting
  • Emergency Lighting
  • Exiting Lights
  • Security Lighting
  • Photo Cells
  • Time Clocks
  • Motion Sensors
  • Landscape & Tree Lighting
  • Signage Power & Lighting

General/Systems

  • Troubleshooting
  • Ceiling Fans
  • Dedicated Circuits
  • Electrical Panel Upgrades
  • Electrical Sub-Panels
  • Electrical Outlets
  • Pool Pumps
  • Equipment Installation
  • Hot Tub Installation
  • Interior & Exterior Sound Systems
  • Entertainment Systems
  • Home Theater Systems
  • Phone Lines & Data Cabling

Commercial

  • 1 phase/3 Phase Circuits
  • Ballast/Lamp Replacing
  • Cable Fault Locating
  • Cat 5 Cabling
  • Conduit & Cable Locator
  • Data / Communication Lines
  • Emergency Backup Systems
  • Fire alarm
  • Generators & UPS
  • Ground Testing
  • Hid Lighting and Control
  • HVAC
  • Isolated Computer Circuits
  • Megger Testing
  • Motor Controls/Lighting
  • Power Analyzing
  • Power Distribution
  • Transformers

Property Types

  • Commercial Properties
  • Data Centers
  • Educational
  • Electrical Utilities
  • Government
  • Health Care
  • Industrial Facilities
  • Institutional Facilities
  • Laboratories
  • Manufacturing
  • Office Buildings
  • Religious Properties
  • Residential complexes
  • Retail Establishments
  • Service Department
  • Sports Facilities
  • Strata
  • Many More...

Complete Electrical Installations

  • Rough-in Wiring, Finishing, Repair and Additions
  • General Residential Troubleshooting and Repairs
  • Decorative & Accent Lighting
  • Interior & Exterior Sound Systems
  • Home Theater Systems
  • Photo Cells
  • Switches & Dimmers
  • Track Lighting
  • Electrical Panel Upgrades
  • Electrical Outlets
  • Equipment Installation
  • Motion Sensors
  • Service Upgrades (100A-400A)
  • Complete Residential Rewiring
  • Hot Tub Electrical Installations
  • Ceiling Fans
  • Entertainment Systems
  • Phone Lines & Data Cabling
  • Landscape & Tree Lighting
  • Fixture Change-outs
  • Back-up Generators
  • Electrical Sub-Panels
  • Security Lighting
  • Time Clocks
  • Many More...

Fire Alarm and Emergency Lights Verification

Verification of a fire alarm system must take place when the system is first commissioned and is one of the final steps to obtaining an occupancy permit for the building. The test is performed to ULC CAN-S537-04 (Standard for the Verification of Fire Alarm Systems) by the fire alarm system manufacturer, or an individual authorized by the manufacturer to perform the service. In some instances, the Electrical Design Engineer is involved in the process as well. This is the most rigorous of testing procedures the system will have to undergo in it's lifetime. Not only are individual devices tested for a variety of conditions (not just operation), each device in the system must be examined for proper PLACEMENT. This ensures the pull station/smoke detector/heat detector/bell is installed in accordance with the manufacturer's instructions, the applicable building codes/bylaws, and ULC CAN-S524 (The Standard for Installation of Fire Alarm Systems).

  • Checking to ensure that there is no large accumulation of combustible material, rubbish or flammable liquids;
  • Checking to ensure that all the exit signs are in good order, and that adequate lighting in the public corridors and stairwells is maintained;
  • Checking to ensure all the fire doors operate properly and that none are wedged in the "OPEN" position;
  • Checking all the exit routes remain free from obstructions;
  • Checking to ensure all fire hoses and extinguishers are unobstructed, in good order and ready to use;
  • Checking the fire alarm control panel to ensure it is free of obstructions, any glass panelling is clean, the locks have not been tampered with, the "AC POWER" indicator is "ON", and that the system is trouble free;
  • Checking corridor and public area fire and smoke detectors, pull stations, audible and visual appliances (bells, horns) to ensure they are clean, undamaged, and unobstructed.

In addition, a verification may be required if a device is replaced or added to the system. Call us today to setup a Fire Alarm Certification Test.


Home Electrical Inspections

  • Home: Inspect to current code status
  • Main Electrical Panel: Inspect and test all circuit breakers for proper operation. Re-torque all electrical connections. Identify and label each branch circuit. Perform current load test on each main feed line and balance load when required.
  • Lighting: Inspect and test all indoor and outdoor lighting for proper operation. Replace, free of charge, up to four standard incandescent lights (40, 60 and 100 watt) and up to two compact fluorescent lights.
  • Smoke Detectors: Inspect and test, replace up to two nine volt batteries free of charge.
  • Thermostats, Water Heater Elements, Timers & Dimmers: Inspect, test and adjust.
  • Electronic Appliances: Inspect for surge and lightning protects.
  • Electric Receptacles: Inspect and test for proper polarity, opens, shorts and grounds.
  • Ground Fault Interrupt: Inspect and test safety shutdown operation.