It is dangerous to try working with electricity without knowing about it
Canadians believe themselves to be handy, it only takes one to screw in a light bulb. But if you’ve ever experienced an electrical shock, then you already know how dangerous and painful electricity can be when not understood and respected. According to Alberta Municipal Affairs between January 1, 2012 and December 31, 2012 a total of 782 electrical incidents were reported involving overhead power lines, underground power lines, and other types of electrical installations or equipment. Of these incidents, injuries to humans and fatalities of humans and livestock were recorded.
We handle it in the safe and professional way
Professional Electrical and Control Ltd has provided commercial and residential electrical service and repair work to Edmonton, St Albert, Sherwood Park, Leduc, Beaumont, Fort Saskatchewan and the surrounding area since 1992. Our Team consists of highly skilled and trained technicians and management with fully stocked vans providing quality service with competitive pricing. We guarantee our work for one year for a 100 percent satisfaction guarantee.
Licensed electricians follow industry standards
The risks alone are reason enough to hire an electrical contractor to protect your home and your family from any mishap. As a consumer, we purchase services everyday often for convenience, hiring a Licensed Electrical Contractor adds safety as well but there are additional benefits. The first part of the equation is ensuring you hire a contractor with the expertise, equipment, and training to do the job safely. Avoid your local handyman who says they can do it on the cheap, without the legal protection provided by a Licensed Electrical Contractor can result in major property damage, or even loss of life.
Key things to look into when hiring professionally licensed electrical contractors:
Confirm that the electrical contractor you are hiring;
- Is fully insured;
- will arrange permits and inspections;
- can offer a Certificate of Inspection for your insurance company;
- is qualified to perform the type of electrical work you require; and
- can provide references.
Licensed Electrical Contractors carry insurance to protect you if someone gets hurt on the job and, if an insurance claim can be traced back to work that was performed by an unlicensed electrician, your claim may be denied so be careful who you let into your home to perform electrical work.
At Professional Electrical and Control Ltd, we handle a variety of electrical projects and have all the above aspects covered.
Call us any time at 780-476-1413 for regular or emergency electrical service requirement in Edmonton, Sherwood Park and St Albert.