Residential

Residential

Beetham Electric Inc. offers quality electrical workmanship for any of your residential electrical needs. Whether it’s a new construction project, renovation or basic electrical home repairs, our professional and courteous electricians are committed to outstanding customer service and getting your electrical job done right the first time. We strive to be flexible and accommodate our client’s schedules to minimize any inconvenience. In today’s economy financial impact is important to everyone, so we are dedicated to keeping our rates reasonable, and to providing true value to all our customers, new and existing.

Aluminum Wiring Repair

Beetham Electric is your trusted partner in ensuring the safety and efficiency of your home’s electrical system. With years of experience and a commitment to excellence, our aluminum wiring and repair services are designed to address the unique challenges posed by aluminum wiring in residential properties.

Our Services

Inspection and Assessment

Our licensed electricians begin with a comprehensive inspection of your home’s electrical wiring. We use the latest tools and technology to assess the condition of your aluminum wiring, identifying any potential issues such as improper connections, signs of wear, or damage.

Repair and Replacement

Based on our findings, we offer tailored solutions to ensure the safety of your electrical system. This may include: - Replacing or repairing any faulty wiring. - Installing copper connectors at receptacles, switches, and circuit breakers to reduce the risk of overheating. - Enhancing connections with specialized techniques like crimping, which uses a copper sleeve and a special tool to create a secure connection between aluminum and copper wires.

Preventive Maintenance

To prevent future issues, we provide ongoing maintenance services. Our team will regularly check your aluminum wiring system to ensure it remains in optimal condition and make adjustments as needed.

Upgrades and Code Compliance

We also offer wiring upgrades to bring your home’s electrical system up to current electrical codes, enhancing overall safety and functionality.

Why Choose Beetham Electric?

Expertise: Our electricians are specifically trained in handling aluminum wiring, ensuring that all work is done safely and effectively. Safety First: We prioritize the safety of your home and family, adhering to strict industry standards and using only the highest quality materials. Customer Satisfaction: At Beetham Electric, customer satisfaction is our top priority. We strive to provide reliable, high-quality service tailored to your specific needs. Fully Licensed and Insured: Rest assured, knowing that Beetham Electric is fully licensed and insured, providing you with peace of mind during and after our service.

Schedule a Consultation

Don’t wait for electrical issues to become emergencies. Contact Beetham Electric today to schedule a consultation and learn how our aluminum wiring and repair services can improve the safety and efficiency of your home’s electrical system. Call us at [phone number] or visit our website at [website URL] to learn more. Let Beetham Electric light up your home with safety and efficiency. Our experts are ready to assist you with all your aluminum wiring needs.

Why Aluminum Wiring?

Introduced in the mid-1960s as a cost-effective alternative to copper, aluminum wiring has been widely used in many homes for its conductivity and affordability. However, aluminum wiring can pose certain risks if not properly installed or maintained, such as overheating and potential fire hazards.

When your insurance company asks for confirmation that your aluminum wiring is code-compliant, it raises the fearful question, “Do we have to re-wire our home to keep or get our insurance?” — The answer is NO. Beetham Electric will provide professional aluminum wiring repair services.

Re-wiring your home permanently solves your aluminum wiring concerns, but it is not the only solution.  There are other economical and effective solutions to consider as well.

Beetham Electric specializes in solutions to make your aluminum wiring permanently safe, and will satisfy your insurance company that your home is safe.

Aluminum wiring has been a common choice for electrical systems in Ontario for many years, often used as an alternative to copper due to its lower cost and lighter weight. While aluminum wiring can offer some economic benefits, it also comes with certain risks and concerns that homeowners and professionals should know to maintain safe, hazard-free electrical systems.

A spool of aluminum wiring sits on a workbench in a dimly lit basement, surrounded by electrical tools and fixtures

Aluminum re-wiring services

  • Safety Inspections
  • Home rewiring
  • Retrofit Solutions
  • Insurance Certification
  • Maintenance requirements

Insurance Implications

A house with aluminum wiring in Ontario. Insurance documents and a concerned homeowner talking to an inspector

Impact on Home Insurance

Homeowners with aluminum wiring installed in their properties might face some challenges regarding home insurance. As aluminum wiring is seen as a potential safety hazard, insurance providers could charge higher premiums or even deny coverage altogether. One of the main reasons behind this is the risk of flickering lights, which could eventually lead to electrical fires.

It is important to mention that the specific impact on home insurance largely depends on the insurance provider and their risk assessment. Some providers may continue to offer coverage, but with added safety requirements or higher premiums.

Insurer Requirements for Aluminum Wiring

To secure home insurance when a property has aluminum wiring, the insurer will typically require evidence that the wiring system is safe and up to date. This may involve inspecting the wiring by our licensed electrical contractor, who will determine if the system meets current safety codes.

The homeowner may also need to obtain an ESA certificate of acceptance as proof of the inspection. In addition to this, insurance providers may ask the owner to take additional safety measures such as installing arc-fault circuit interrupters (AFCIs). These devices help reduce the risk of electrical fires by detecting potential issues and shutting off the circuit.

Obtaining Insurance with Aluminum Wiring

Obtaining home insurance coverage with aluminum wiring can be challenging, but it is not impossible. Homeowners are advised to follow these steps to improve their chances of securing coverage:

  1. Get the aluminum wiring inspected by a Beetham Electric licensed electrical contractor.
  2. Obtain an ESA certificate of acceptance as evidence of the inspection.
  3. Consider upgrading the wiring system or taking additional safety measures recommended by the contractor.
  4. Research and approach insurance providers who may be more open to covering homes with aluminum wiring.
  5. Be prepared to pay higher premiums for the added risk associated with aluminum wiring.

Professional Inspection and Assessment

An inspector examines aluminum wiring in Ontario

Inspection Process for Aluminum Wiring

The inspection process for aluminum wiring starts with our licensed electricians conducting a thorough assessment of the electrical system. The electrician checks for any signs like overheating, loose connections, or faulty devices, and ensures that all connections are safe and secure. During the inspection, the electrician might use tools such as infrared cameras or ultrasonic detectors to identify potential issues that are not visible to the naked eye.

Our licensed professionals assess the aluminum wiring to ensure electrical safety and maintain adequate insurance coverage. Inspections conducted will be compliant with local and provincial regulations, providing the homeowner with peace of mind.

Some key steps in the inspection process include:

  1. Visual inspection of accessible electrical wiring and devices
  2. Testing of outlets, switches, and circuit breakers
  3. Verification of proper wire connections and terminations
  4. Inspection of junction boxes and panel boards

Interpreting Inspection Outcomes

Once the inspection is complete, we provide a detailed report of their findings and any recommended repairs or upgrades. You should review this report carefully and discuss any concerns or questions with the electrician who inspected your home.

The outcome of the inspection could be any of the following:

  • No issues found: The wiring and electrical system are in good condition and comply with current safety standards.
  • Minor repairs required: The electrician has identified a few issues that require attention, but these can be quickly and easily resolved.
  • Major repairs or upgrades needed: There are significant problems with the wiring or electrical system that need immediate or extensive work to ensure the safety of the home.

Certification and Compliance

After the necessary repairs or upgrades are made, we will issue an ESA Certificate of Acceptance. This official document confirms that the electrical work has been completed following the Electrical Safety Authority's (ESA) standards. Homeowners should keep this certificate for future reference and provide a copy to their insurance company to maintain proper insurance coverage.

Maintenance and Retrofit Solutions

An electrician retrofits aluminum wiring in an Ontario home, replacing old components with updated solutions

Proper Connections and Terminations

Proper connections and terminations are essential to maintaining aluminum wiring systems. Over time, connections can become loose, which can lead to overheating and potential fire hazards. To avoid these issues:

  • Use approved connectors for aluminum wiring
  • Tighten connections to the manufacturer's recommended torque levels
  • Inspect termination points at electrical panels, receptacles, and switches regularly

In addition, apply antioxidant compounds to connections and joints to prevent aluminum wire's natural oxidation and reduce the risk of fire.

Upgrading Electrical Devices

When upgrading electrical devices, such as switches and receptacles, it's important to choose devices designed to work with aluminum wiring:

Electrical DeviceRecommended Type
SwitchesCO/ALR rated
ReceptaclesCO/ALR rated
ConnectorsAlumiConn or COPALUM

It's critical to consult with a qualified electrician when replacing or upgrading electrical devices to ensure compatibility with your aluminum wiring system.

Rewiring Considerations

In some cases, rewiring an entire home or retrofitting the electrical system might be necessary. This can involve:

  1. Partial rewiring: Replacing sections of aluminum wiring with copper wiring, ensuring compatibility with all electrical devices.
  2. Full rewiring: Completely replacing the aluminum wiring system with copper wiring to modernize the electrical infrastructure.

When considering rewiring, you will need to weigh the costs, benefits, and potential risks involved. Retrofitting may be more cost-effective, but could still leave existing aluminum wiring susceptible to issues. Our qualified electricians can help assess the best approach for a specific property.

Safety Concerns and Regulations

Aluminum wiring being inspected for safety compliance in Ontario

Potential Hazards of Aluminum Wiring

Aluminum wiring was widely used in Ontario during the late 1960s and early 1970s. However, it has been associated with several safety concerns. Due to its unique properties, aluminum wiring is more susceptible to oxidation than copper wiring. This oxidation can lead to an increase in electrical resistance, causing the wire to heat up, which poses a potential fire risk.

Furthermore, aluminum has a higher rate of thermal expansion, resulting in connections loosening over time. The loosened connections may cause arcing, which can lead to fires. As a result, the use of aluminum wiring has declined due to these safety concerns.

Ontario Electrical Safety Code

To address these issues, the Ontario Electrical Safety Code has implemented strict regulations on the use of aluminum wiring. This code dictates precise installation procedures and requirements. It also mandates the use of specific aluminum-to-copper connectors to reduce the risk of fires caused by aluminum wiring.

These regulations require proper installation and maintenance of aluminum wiring to ensure electrical safety. Homeowners and contractors must adhere to the Ontario Electrical Safety Code when dealing with aluminum wiring to reduce potential hazards.

Code RequirementsDescription
Proper InstallationTo minimize oxidation and maintain circulation, the Code dictates proper installation procedures.
MaintenanceRegular inspection and maintenance to prevent loosening connections are required.
Appropriate ConnectorsThe use of specific aluminum-to-copper connectors is mandated to mitigate the risk of fires.

The Role of the Electrical Safety Authority

The Electrical Safety Authority (ESA) plays a crucial role in the oversight and enforcement of safety regulations in Ontario. This includes the rules outlined in the Ontario Electrical Safety Code. They provide guidelines for electrical work and promote safe practices in the province.

When undertaking any significant electrical work involving aluminum wiring, it is crucial to obtain an ESA Certificate of Acceptance. This certificate ensures the work has been reviewed by an inspector and that it meets all relevant provisions of the Ontario Electrical Safety Code.

In conclusion, while aluminum wiring poses several potential hazards, proper adherence to the Ontario Electrical Safety Code and guidelines provided by the Electrical Safety Authority can mitigate these risks and maintain a safe environment in homes and properties.

Understanding Aluminum Wiring

An electrician inspecting aluminum wiring in an Ontario home, with a focus on the wiring connections and junction boxes

Physical Properties of Aluminum Wiring

Aluminum is a lightweight, malleable, and ductile metal with good electrical conductivity. It's significantly lighter than copper, which has made aluminum wiring a popular choice for long-distance power transmission. Despite its malleability, aluminum is more susceptible to oxidation and corrosion compared to copper, which can affect the connections in electrical systems.

Aluminum Wiring in Electrical Systems

Aluminum wiring began being used extensively in the 1960s and 1970s when copper prices increased. It can be found in various electrical installations, including basements, attics, and in open floor joists. Interior wiring systems utilizing aluminum wire may have it in electrical outlets and switches as well.

Pros:

  • Lightweight and malleable
  • Lower cost than copper
  • Suitable for long-distance power transmission

Cons:

  • Higher risk of oxidation and corrosion
  • Increased electrical resistance
  • Potential for overheating and connection failures

Aluminum vs Copper Wiring

PropertyAluminumCopper
WeightLighterHeavier
MalleabilityHighModerate
OxidationHigher riskLower risk
ResistanceHigherLower
OverheatingMore proneLess prone
PriceLowerHigher

Aluminum and copper wire have their unique pros and cons, as seen in the table above. While aluminum is a more cost-efficient option, it carries a higher risk of oxidation, corrosion, and overheating. In contrast, copper's lower electrical resistance makes it a safer and more reliable choice; however, it typically comes with a higher price tag.

Signs of Failing Aluminum Connections

Failing aluminum connections can pose a fire risk. As a property owner, it's essential to be aware of the warning signs and take proper safety measures.

  • Flickering lights: Inconsistent lighting can indicate problematic connections within the electrical system.
  • Gaps: Aluminum's malleability can cause gaps or loosening in connections, leading to a potential fire risk.
  • Vibration: Loose connections in the electrical wiring may cause a buzzing sound or vibrations when operating heavy-load appliances.
  • Oxidization: As aluminum oxidizes, its electrical resistance increases, creating overheating and potential failures.

It's crucial to consult a professional electrician if you observe any of these signs on your property. Regular inspections and proper maintenance of aluminum wiring systems can ensure safety and reduce the risk of failures.

Frequently Asked Questions

A spool of aluminum wiring sits on a table, surrounded by a stack of papers labeled "Frequently Asked Questions" in a room in Ontario

What are the inspection requirements for aluminum wiring in Ontario homes?

In Ontario, a home inspection is recommended when buying or selling a property with aluminum wiring. A professional and certified electrician should be hired to examine the home's electrical system, including the wiring, connections, and outlets. They will ensure it is up to code and complies with the Electrical Safety Authority (ESA) standards.

How can I identify if my home has aluminum wiring?

To identify aluminum wiring in your home, you can start by checking the electrical panel. Aluminum wires are typically silver in colour, compared to copper wires which are reddish-brown. A closer examination of cables may reveal the word "aluminum" or its abbreviation "AL" on the plastic sheathing. If you are unsure, it is best to consult a certified electrician to confirm the presence of aluminum wiring.

What are the potential costs associated with updating aluminum wiring in Ontario?

The costs of updating aluminum wiring can vary depending on the size of the property and the complexity of the electrical system. Typical rewiring costs for an Ontario home can range between $8,000 to $15,000 CAD. An alternative, less costly solution is the Copalum crimping method, which involves connecting copper pigtails to the aluminum wiring. This option may cost between $50 - $80 per connection.

What are the insurance implications for Ontario homes with aluminum wiring?

Home insurance providers in Ontario may consider properties with aluminum wiring as higher risk. Some insurers may request an electrical inspection or specific repairs to be completed before issuing a policy. In certain cases, insurance premiums may be higher for homes with aluminum wiring as compared to those with copper wiring.

Are there specific safety concerns related to aluminum wiring in residential properties?

Yes, there are safety concerns associated with aluminum wiring in residential properties. Aluminum wires can oxidize over time and create increased electrical resistance at connections, which can lead to overheating and potentially fires. The expansion and contraction of aluminum wiring can also cause loosening of connections, posing a safety risk. It is essential to have a qualified electrician evaluate your home's aluminum wiring to mitigate any hazards.

How does the presence of aluminum wiring affect the resale value of homes in Ontario?

The presence of aluminum wiring can affect the resale value of homes in Ontario. Potential buyers may be apprehensive and concerned about the potential costs of rewiring or updating the electrical system. Disclosure of aluminum wiring and documentation of any inspections or repairs can help in assuaging buyer concerns and ensure transparency during the transaction.

Can you insure a house with aluminum wiring?

Yes, you can insure a house in Ontario with aluminum wiring, but there may be some additional requirements and considerations. Aluminum wiring was commonly used in homes from the mid-1960s to late 1970s and can pose certain risks if not properly maintained, as it is more likely than copper wiring to overheat and cause a fire.

Insurance companies may require an inspection by a qualified electrician to ensure that the aluminum wiring is in good condition and that all connections and terminations are properly made to mitigate potential risks. Some insurers might also require that certain modifications or updates be made, such as the installation of copper pigtails at receptacles, switches, and circuit breakers to improve safety.

Furthermore, insurance premiums might be higher for homes with aluminum wiring due to the increased risk, or the insurance policy might include specific stipulations regarding the wiring. It's important to shop around and speak with different insurance providers to understand their policies regarding homes with aluminum wiring and to get the best coverage options available.

Electrical Panel Upgrade Services


Electrical panels are the heart of your property's electrical system. An outdated or malfunctioning panel not only poses safety risks but can also prevent you from enjoying modern conveniences and technological advancements. Our team of certified electricians specializes in electrical panel upgrade services, ensuring your home or business in the Durham Region operates safely, efficiently, and up to code.

Do you have safety concerns with your current fuse or breaker panel, here are some of the many reasons to replace your fuse or breaker panel:

 

Renovation in-house that will require new circuitry

Installing a hot tub or any other new appliance

Insurance company request

A crackling sound or burning smell coming from the panel

Overloaded or double-tapped fuses or circuit breakers

 

By upgrading you’re outdated panel you not only gain reliability and safety, you also increase your resale value. 

 

Call us today for a consultation!

 

Why Upgrade an Electrical Panel?

 

Safety: Old and outdated panels can cause circuit breakers or fuses to fail, leading to potential fire hazards. Upgrading ensures your safety and meets all regulatory standards.

Capacity: Modern households and businesses consume more power than ever. Upgrading your panel can support increased electrical loads without risking outages or damage.

Resale Value: An updated electrical system can enhance the value of your property, making it more attractive to potential buyers.

Regulations: Stay compliant with the latest Ontario Electrical Safety Code requirements to avoid legal and insurance issues.

Our Electric Service Upgrade Includes:

Electrical Panel Assessment: We start with a thorough inspection of your current system to identify any potential issues and determine the best upgrade path.

Electric Panel Upgrade: We replace outdated components with high-quality, modern equipment, ensuring your panel can handle today's electrical demands.

Electrical Panel Replacement: For panels that are beyond upgrade, we provide complete replacement services using top-tier, durable materials that offer longevity and reliability.

Post-Installation Testing and Verification: Every upgrade or replacement is followed by rigorous testing to confirm everything is operating safely and efficiently.

What to Expect During Your Service Visit:

Consultation and Quote 

Our service begins with a detailed consultation to understand your needs. We provide a clear, itemized quote that outlines all costs associated with the upgrade or replacement.

Preparation and Safety Measures 

Safety is our top priority. We take every precaution necessary, including shutting down power, to ensure a safe work environment.

Upgrade/Replacement 

Our experienced team will efficiently handle the removal of your old panel and the installation of the new one, minimizing any disruption to your daily activities.

Clean-up and Final Inspection 

We respect your property and will leave your space as clean as we found it, followed by a final inspection to ensure everything is perfect.

Why Choose Us?

Licensed and Insured: Our electricians are fully licensed and insured to provide professional electrical services in Ontario.

Local Expertise: With years of experience in the Durham Region, we are familiar with local codes and community-specific electrical needs.

Customer Satisfaction: We pride ourselves on the positive feedback from our clients and strive to maintain a high standard of customer service.

Warranty and Support: We offer comprehensive warranties on our work and are always available for follow-up support and maintenance.

Frequently Asked Questions

How long does an upgrade or replacement take?

The duration of an electrical panel upgrade or replacement can vary depending on several factors, but typically it ranges from half a day to a full day. Generally, straightforward replacements in homes with up-to-date wiring and no complications can be completed within 4 to 8 hours, while more involved projects might take a full day or occasionally even longer if significant upgrades or repairs are required.

 

Some aspects that can influence the time it takes are the complexity of your current electrical system, the condition of existing wiring, the type of panel being installed, and local regulatory compliance. More intricate systems and outdated wiring that require significant modifications or repairs can extend the installation time. Additionally, the choice between upgrading to a higher capacity panel or switching from a fuse box to a circuit breaker, as well as adherence to local building codes and inspection protocols, can further impact the overall time frame needed to complete the project.

Do I need to prepare anything before your arrival?

 

As your electrician, there are a few things you can do to prepare for the upgrade or replacement of your electrical panel, ensuring the process goes smoothly and safely:

 

Clear Access: Please ensure there is clear access to the electrical panel. Remove any obstacles or storage items that might be in the way. This helps us start work immediately and safely without needing to move things around.

Secure Pets: If you have pets, it's a good idea to keep them in a separate area during work. This keeps them safe and prevents any distractions or accidents.

Backup Important Electronics: Consider backing up important data on your computers or other devices. While not always necessary, it's a good practice in case of unexpected power outages during the upgrade.

Plan for Power Outage: The power will need to be shut off for several hours while we work on your panel. It might be helpful to plan activities that don't require electricity and ensure that devices like mobile phones are fully charged.

Notify Affected Parties: If you live in a multi-family dwelling or if your panel upgrade could impact neighbours, let them know about the expected power outage and its duration.

 

Taking these steps will help both of us ensure that the upgrade process is efficient and free from interruptions. If you have any specific concerns or questions, feel free to ask, and we'll do our best to accommodate your needs.

Is it worth it to upgrade your electrical panel?

Upgrading your electrical panel is often worth the investment, especially for enhancing safety, meeting increased power demands, and maintaining compliance with current electrical codes. Older panels may not safely handle the energy usage of modern appliances and devices, posing risks of overload and potential hazards such as fires. Additionally, an upgraded panel can improve your home's resale value and ensure your electrical system is efficient and capable of supporting any future upgrades or renovations you might consider. Thus, upgrading is a prudent decision if your current panel is outdated or showing signs of wear.

Do you need an electrician to upgrade your panel?

Yes, you definitely need a licensed electrician to upgrade an electrical panel. This is not only for safety reasons but also to ensure compliance with local building codes and regulations. Electrical panel upgrades involve complex wiring tasks and potential changes to your home's electrical infrastructure and must meet specific safety standards. A professional electrician has the necessary skills, experience, and tools to perform the upgrade correctly and safely. Additionally, most local jurisdictions require that such work be done by a qualified professional and typically require an inspection by a city or county official to ensure the work meets all electrical codes.

What is the lifespan of an electrical panel?

The lifespan of an electrical panel typically ranges from 25 to 40 years. However, several factors can influence this, such as the quality of the panel, environmental conditions, and the level of maintenance it receives. Regular inspections and maintenance are important to extend the life of an electrical panel and ensure it operates safely and efficiently. If you notice signs of wear, such as circuit breakers frequently tripping, rust on the panel, or flickering lights, it might be time to consider a replacement, even if the panel has not reached the upper end of its expected lifespan.

Contact Us Today!

 

Ready to schedule your electrical panel upgrade or replacement? Contact us via our website or give us a call during our business hours to book your consultation. We also offer emergency services to address urgent electrical issues promptly. Whether for safety, efficiency, or compliance, trust us to handle your electrical panel upgrade service professionally and carefully. Connect with us today and take the first step towards a safer, more efficient home or business environment.

 

Pool & Hot Tub Wiring

An electrician doing the wiring for a hot tub/pool needs to have proper training and needs to understand local electrical codes as well as all technical requirements.  Unlike electrical installation of some more typical appliances, such as a stove spas and hot tubs require special attention from electricians to be safe and meet code.  Call us today for a consultation.

Lighting & Pot Lights

Modernize your home with stylish recessed lighting (pot lights) ,new fixtures, track lights, ceiling fans, security lighting and many more. Let us lay out an optimal design for your rooms or design it yourself and have us install it to your ideal specifications. You may also want to reduce your energy consumption by changing to high efficiency fluorescent or LED light fixtures. Call us today for a consultation

Loss of Power Troubleshooting

Have your lights or heat stopped working? Breaker keeps tripping? Burning smell coming from an electrical device? Don't hesitate to call us. We'll send someone out promptly to solve any electrical problems you may have.  Call us today for a consultation.

Code Correction

Majority of homes have some extent of non-code compliant wiring, at Beetham Electric we can identify the non-code compliant wiring & address it as per ESA’s latest requirements. Having  a home that is up to today’s electrical safety standards is very important in shock and fire prevention. When the Electrical Safety Authority issues a “Notice of Defect” this is something that needs to be corrected as soon as possible. Only an ECRA Licensed Electrical Contractor is authorized to correct these deficiencies.  Call us today for a consultation.

Surge protection

To properly protect the electronics in your home and home-based business from a power surge, invest in a whole home surge protection installation by the certified electricians at Beetham Electric. We will directly wire surge protection into the main electrical panel. Surge protection works by the device detecting when a current above the designated level triggers the surge protector to redirect the unwanted or extra electricity into the grounding wire attached to the device. Call us today for a consultation.

Smoke/Co detectors

The certified electricians at Beetham Electric are experienced in all aspects of smoke alarm and CO detector installation, we will determine the best places to install them in your home. We can interconnect them, hard wired or wirelessly. Smoke/CO detection is essential in protecting you and your family from fire or carbon monoxide poising. Call us today for a consultation.

Knob & Tube

Trouble getting home insurance? Can't sell your house? Safety concerns for your family? These are all problems associated with 'knob and tube' wiring. Many home insurance companies are now forcing their clients to remove any of this type of wiring from their houses. We do that. Removal of hazardous wiring and a complete house re-wire will add safety, peace of mind, and increase the value of your home, call us today for a consultation.

Landscape lighting

 If you are looking to light up a pathway, accent a tree with up lighting or surround a patio with garden lights.  We will have a solution for you with safe low voltage LED lighting. Call us today for a consultation.