Call a master electrician for work that’s carried out with true mastery

February 5, 2014

Why should you hire a master electrician? Because the work will be carried out in a safe manner, according to current standards and building codes.

Call a master electrician for work that’s carried out with true mastery

It’s true for any home that cables and electrical appliances age with time. During a renovation, these elements should be replaced with materials that are up to code.

To save money, some homeowners figure they’ll do their own electrical work, or they decide to let the renovating contractor do the wiring. Either way, it’s a bad idea.

Electrical wiring is not a do-it-yourself project!

Fire is a very real risk of do-it-yourself wiring.

  • Imagine losing your house and its contents because of your own inadequate electrical handiwork. Surely, that’s not a possibility you’d be willing to live with.
  • You could also risk having your insurance policy cancelled if the work isn’t carried out by a certified master electrician.

Get well-connected

A master electrician can help you with all the electrical improvements you want to make to your home.

  • Are you renovating? Then, the timing is perfect to have your electrical panel inspected.

Or, if you still have a fuse box, your master electriciancan do the conversion work to meet today’s standards. He or she can also verify if all the work that was done in the past is still consistent with today’s standards and then make any necessary changes.

Impressive knowledge

You can count on a master electrician’s knowledge about lighting and electric heating. And he or she can even install the bathroom floor-heating system you’ve been dreaming about on those cold winter mornings.

For your safety and peace of mind, the electrician will provide you with the certificate of compliance that some insurance companies now require.

Call a master electricianfor all your home’s electrical work: you’ll save yourself a lot of grief and you’ll know that the work was done to code.

Some advice on choosing a master electrician

  • Opt for a well-established professional with a good reputation. Ask family and friends for references.
  • Make sure he or she holds an appropriate license.
  • Confirm that he has liability insurance. You will be better protected in case damages should occur.
  • When in doubt, check with professional associations for any complaints that may have been filed in relation to his work or for any record of fines having been paid.

*Not only is it dangerous, it may even be illegal in some provinces, such as Québec, to do your own electrical wiring. The solution: consider hiring a master electrician.

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