16 04, 2020

Re-Attached Electrical Meter Socket – Chestermere

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The removal and reinstallation of an electrical meter base in Chestermere was a very interesting job. We received a phone call from an exterior contractor who we do work for. He is working on a house where water had been penetrating behind the stucco. The eavestrough had been poorly installed which had led to the [...]

15 04, 2020

Knob and Tube

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Knob and tube wiring technique were one of the first standardized wiring systems. It was used before the 1940s and it used a single conductor usually insulated with a cloth fabric. Different types of porcelain insulators were used to separate the conductor from the wood in homes. Porcelain cylinders were inserted in holes to pass [...]

18 02, 2020

History of Electricity

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The Timeline and History of Electricity Briefly Explained Can you imagine what life was like when people didn’t have electricity to light their homes? It’s difficult to fathom how life could be back then because the electricity powers our entire world today. But how was electricity discovered, and how did it become a global power [...]

13 02, 2020

Energy Saving Tips

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Everyone takes different measures to save energy and reduce the cost of electricity as well as help the environment. The energy-saving measure might include installing efficient new equipment, replacing old appliances or simply changing day to day routine. The following are a few tips to help you start saving energy. Efficient Management One of the [...]

11 02, 2020

Electric Cars Compared to Gas

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Electric vehicle technology is new as compared to gas vehicles. Traditional gas engines essentially work on the same principle as it did decades ago, whereas electric cars use state of the art motors. Electric cars are of two types, one is an all-electric vehicle also called AEV, another one is plug-in hybrid electric vehicle also [...]

6 02, 2020

Baby Proofing Your Home and Electrical Outlets

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Babies and toddlers are a curious bunch. They will want to touch or taste anything that they can get their tiny hands-on. And while this would certainly make for adorable YouTube content, this can be very dangerous when you have open electrical sockets everywhere.  So to keep your baby safe from their own curiosity, here [...]

4 02, 2020

Aluminum Wiring Issues and Dangers

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Aluminum wiring was widely used in the sixties and seventies, it is still used today albeit on a much smaller scale. In a report published by the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), it is stated that homes that have aluminum wiring are 55 times more susceptible to fire hazards” than homes that have copper [...]

5 05, 2016

Arc-Fault Circuit Breakers

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New updates to include Arc-Fault circuit breakers on more circuits. With the new code updates coming into effect on the 1st of January this year we have more to think about when upgrading your electrical panel. New code now adopted outlines Arc-Fault circuit breakers to be used on more circuit than [...]

18 03, 2014

Power Panel Upgrade

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One Hundred amp Power Panel Discover how our electricians upgrade a 100 amp Power Panel One of the jobs our Calgary electrician at Panel upgrade experts do more than any other is replacing a 100 amp Power Panel We discover a great many out-of-date plus worn out power panels, which were overcrowded and [...]

28 10, 2013

100 amp Panel Replacement Step by Step

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100 amp Panel Replacement - A Step by Step Guild The following few pictures are from a 100 amp Panel Replacement our electricians carried out very recently. Our electrician took pictures at key intervals throughout the day and we include come running commentary along side the pictures. The Old 100 amp panel This [...]

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