There are hidden electrical hazards in your home.  The Electrical Safety Authority suggests a few common signs you may that could signal a potential electrical hazard in your home:

  • Dim, flickering or surging lights
  • Fuses that constantly blow or breakers that often trip
  • Outlets that don't work when the fuse is replaced or breaker is reset
  • Switches or fuses that are hot to the touch (turn them off immediately)

Holiday Safety

We offer these electrical safety tips to help keep you and your family safe from electrical hazards when decorating your home for the holiday season. More on Holiday Safety

#NoSafeShock Tips for Parents

Use the Electrical Safety Authority's checklist to make simple fixes in your home to help prevent electrical shock.

Did you know that even low-voltage shocks like a zap from a toaster can have serious, long-term after effects? Check out a video that shows how electricity flows through the body and the effect it can have. 

Hire a Licensed Electrical Contractor

Check regularly for new or potential hazards and hire a Licensed Electrical Contractor to complete electrical work you need completed. The Electrical Safety Authority has a handy look-up tool to find a Licensed Electrical Contractor in your neighbourhood.

Temporarily Disconnect Power

Contact us to temporarily disconnect power to your property when you are renovating or performing electricity upgrades. This service is provided free of charge, during normal business hours. More on Temporary Disconnects