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Our electricians are professional and are here to help you with all your electrical needs. Thinking about adding additional lighting to your living room? Need help with wiring a new pool? Need your electric service upgraded? Give us a call today at 877-572-3605!
How to Choose the Best Electrician for your needsElectrical issues can be complicated to identify for inexperienced homeowners. While electrical issues aren't your area of expertise, we have the knowledge and skill needed to perform troubleshooting and repairs for your home or business. Whether your issues are big or small, we have a solution. If you find that electrical components around your home aren't working properly, give us a call. Our troubleshooting and repair service will identify the source of your home's electrical issues and provide lasting solutions to correct the problem. We can restore proper function of your electrical system quickly, so you can use it as intended. Homeowners may require our services for a number of electrical issues, including: Faulty switches Dead outlets Electrical panel issues, including tripped breakers and blown fuses Damaged wiring and other wiring problems Faulty light fixtures Safety is a major concern when it comes to your home's electrical system. If you suspect electrical components in your home aren't performing safely, contact us as soon as you detect a problem. Our electricians will perform a thorough evaluation of your problem areas in order to accurately identify the source of the issues you are experiencing. We will discuss with you the safe solutions we can provide to solve your electrical problems as soon as possible so you don't have to worry about the danger of faulty electrical components in your home. It's important that your home's electrical system as well as all of its components are working properly to keep your family safe and allow you to use the system as intended. To protect your family as well as your home, choose a skilled electrician to perform the work you need. Our certified electricians have years of experience diagnosing residential electrical issues as well as performing safe, long-lasting repair solutions. Troubleshooting and repair services can be performed quickly, thanks to the elite training each of our electricians possess. Unexplainably high electricity bills may be a sign that you're in need of electrical troubleshooting and repair. Electrical problems around the home can cause excess electricity to be used, driving up your household electric bills. If your electricity bills are higher than they should be, we can perform troubleshooting and repair services that will restore the proper functioning of your electrical system and its components.
Why Choose us as your New Brunswick Electricians?
We offer a full array of residential and commercial electrical services and can handle many common problems such as:
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Outlets Not Working
Outlet Smoking or Sparking
Switches not Working
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Sump Pump not Pumping
Some Lights are Out but no Breaker is Tripped
Burning Smell Coming from Your Breaker Panel
and many more home and commercial electric services!
Finding A Qualified Electrician... Why's It So Hard Until Now.Who would have thought getting a tree removed could be such a headache! I hear this time and time again from homeowners all across the country, who are trying to get their trees lopped or removed by a professional at a reasonable price. So what’s so hard? Most go straight for the local paper, find a couple of tree contractors promoting their service and away they go. That'll be fine, Right? Well not so fast.You see, there are tree loppers and there are arborists. The difference is massive and could potentially save you thousands in property damage and or personal injury.... Let me explain. The Industry The tree lopping industry is one of Australia's top 10 most dangerous industry (it actually comes in at #5 just after construction), but if you look at it from deaths per 1000 workers, it's actually the most deadly industry in Australia. The scary part is, you don't need a licence to operate as an arborist! It's a completely unregulated industry. If you were to hire an electrician or a plumber to do some handy work at your house, they would need to be licensed to do so. They would need to have been through the proper training and license numbers are issued to qualified individuals who have completed the training. The industry is also monitored closely as to not allow 'shonky' tradesmen operate. Being such a niche market, the money you can earn pruning or removing dangerous suburban trees is comparable to what a doctor or lawyer might earn… They don’t call them tree doctors for nothing! But seriously, for a large tree to be removed you are looking at $2000 - $4000 depending on the size and location of the tree. With the right equipment, a good crew can be finished with 1 large job by 11 AM and onto the next after lunch. This results in a large number of what the industry professionals call "cowboys" who don't know what they are doing and take unnecessary risks through ignorance, lack of experience or just plain stupidity. This results in a high number of personal injury and property damage cases being reported on a weekly basis. And if you hired one of these unqualified cowboys and damage was done to your property... you'd be left to clean up the mess and pay for potentially tens of thousands of dollars in repairs. How to avoid 'shonky' contractors? You make sure that every Tree Lopper that quotes your job has these 3 things: 1. A certificate II (minimum) in Arboriculture 2. 5 million in public liability insurance3. 5 years experience (minimum) As the community is waking up to the dangers to hiring an unqualified arborist, more and more homeowners are beginning to ask for the above as a minimum requirement during the quoting process. And the true arborists are happy to comply. In fact must are starting to hand over proof of qualification and insurance with every quote they do. What else to look for Now that you have ascertained that your arborist is actually an arborist and is capable of doing the work, there are a few more little things you can look for to be sure he or she is a great arborist. Informative assessment - Arborists love sharing their knowledge, so when you present your tree they should be able to tell you what species it is (both common name and Latin name) and also some details about why it's sick or how they are going to trim/ remove and why etc. Communication - There is nothing more frustrating when you are trying to contact a contractor and they won’t answer their phone. Or when they do and you make arrangements to meet, they are late or worse yet, they don't turn up at all. If you’re not worth their time or their courtesy, then more on. Now with the power of the knowledge above you are in a great position to select a fantastic tree contractor for your job with minimum risk of property damage and maximum chances it will be a good experience.
Call our New Brunswick Local Licensed Electrician today at 877-572-3605