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In total, TrustedPros has received 107 Electrical projects posted by homeowners in Winnipeg seeking the services of local Electricians. Total estimated value of these projects is $1,550,000.00 with a per project average of $14,485.00.
Split Service of Existing Hydro meter into 3 Seperate Meters. 2 suites currently have there own panels. These may need to be upgraded. I believe they are currently running on 60 amps from the main 200 amp panel. the current panel would countinue to run the common areas and the the third suite. Not much to be done with that.
We have a ceiling fan/light in our bedroom and the light has quit working (yes, we've tried changing the bulb!) but the fan still works. Each runs off it's own switch. We would like someone to come out to see if it's simply a faulty connection somewhere, to fix it OR if it's the acutal fixture, install a new one (which we will have on hand at the time of the appointment). I would like an estimate of cost for each situation.
Thank you for your time!
Supply and install material and labour to repair the combustion air supply to the fuel burning (wood/natural gas/propane/fuel oil) heating appliance as per the National Gas Code.
Contractor(s) may propose an alternate solution for the provision of a combustion air supply in the home. The alternate solution shall be provided to Manitoba Housing in writing with the Contractor(s) quote.
Outlet shall be so located so that the operation of this air supply shall not cause damage or freezing of any other device or system with-in the dwelling.
I would like aquote to move my electric panel from one spot to another. I would only need the pane to be reconnected and not the breakers. The hydro line that is currently in the home will be moved and the metere will have to be relocated, and you would have to run about 20 feet of conduit along the side of the house to connect the meter to the panel.
Hello; As stated in my previous project called Bathroom Reno and Laundry Room Relocate. I would like to get quotes or a rough estimate on the instalation of a stove plug in the existing laundy room in the basement. The room is unfinished so therefor easy to run electrical. As well I would like to have electrical outlets for washer and dryer installed upstairs in the new location.
I have 5 plugs in the living room that I would like changed over to three prong outlets. They are currently 2 prong.
We just purchased a house built in 1968 that has an older electrical panel. It's a 100 amp panel and does have breakers rather than fuses but they are an old style of breaker. There is also a 200 amp splitter.
We'd like to have a qualified electrician take a look at it to determine if it needs replacing/upgrading and to do so if necessary.
Looking to update wiring in 100 year-old house in Wolseley.
4 levels (including basement), 2100 sq ft living space on 3 storeys.
BASEMENT unfinished, ceiling wiring exposed; 100 amp service on circuit breaker; mix of aluminum and modern wiring.
MAIN FLOOR Kitchen addition over crawlspace, built mid-1980s; existing wiring may be adequate. Main floor bath revamped 5 yrs ago, wiring (exhaust fan, vanity plug, dimmer lightswitch, heated flooring) should be ok (?). Living room/dining room and hallway/foyer have aluminum wiring, several plugs set directly in flooring, a couple are wall-mounted. Both rooms have ceiling fixture with wall switches. Electrical fireplace in dining room no longer works (likely the heating element at fault as wiring seems to be live).
SECOND FLOOR 3 bedrooms, 1 bath. Bath seems to have been updated prior to 2000; has safety plug-in; lights controlled by lightswitch outside bath door. 2 bedrooms have no ceiling lights or wall switches. BR plug-ins mostly set directly into flooring, but also at least 1 wall-mounted plug in each BR -- adherence to code is questionable.
THIRD FLOOR 2 bedrooms, one previously used as kitchen. Separate meter for stove (located on 2nd floor) has been removed and disabled by MB Hydro. Front bedroom drywalled 9 yrs ago, ceiling light and switch installed, plug-ins moved from floor to wall mounts, but not by certified electrician. Back bedroom has chain-pull ceiling light and some wall plug-ins in former kitchen area.
FRONT PORCH has one plug-in receptacle and one ceiling light (switch inside house). BACK YARD has 2 double plug-in receptacles; one motion-detector light fixture on house exterior.
I realize this will not be a minor job. I appreciate hearing from qualified parties.
I have a 916 sq. ft. bungalow built in 1972 which has aluminum wiring. Several of the plug ins are loose (things won't stay plugged in), and the dryer has been hard wired. It currently has a 100 amp panel with a recently added sub panel for the furnace and a/c.
I'd like an estimate on installation of a dryer plug, changing to a 200 amp panel, and on rewiring the house. I'm also wondering if this is something that can be done in stages.
We would like to upgrade our electricity from 100 to 200. We would also like to go through the Power save program. I would also like a plug set up in the kitchen to accomodate an over the range microwave.
I would like 2 quotes please.
1. A quote where we supply the 200 amp panel.
2. A quote where you supply the 200 amp panel.
I am requiring some work in my basement. The basement is about 800 square feet, and will be eventually be transformed to house 3 bedrooms and a bathroom.
We already have the permit. I had previously hired an electrician, but his work was not up to code. We had already bought the materials, and we are just needing someone to fix the work.
This is a brand new house in Sage Creek.
I bought a house that was built in 1918. The wiring needs to be redone. My house is a thousand square feet. The work looks like it was done by a person who had no idea at all about wiring. Nothing is grounded and the black wire is turned to wear the white wire should be. the plug in are all wrong. The whole system is a mess. Needs lots of time and work to get it done right.
Multiple Retail locations to have fluorescent lighting fixture bulbs and ballasts replaced within one week upon notice.
Broken down into three locations. Possibly more in the future.
Job to be done while store is in operation while lights are on.
Lights are easily accessed with no obstructions.
We supply ladder, bulbs, and ballasts.
Location 1 ( ceiling height approximately 10 to 12ft )
Requires 16 ballasts replaced and 27 light fixtures requiring a minimum of one bulb replaced each.
Location 2 ( ceiling height approximately 12 to 14ft )
Requires 4 ballasts replaced and 17 light fixtures requiring a minimum of one bulb replaced each.
Location 3 ( ceiling height approximately 14 to 16ft)
Requires 73 light fixtures requiring a minimum of one bulb replaced each.
My under 700 sq ft house was built in 1925. It has some knob & tube wiring.
What I need done:
Convert my fuse box to circuit breakers.
Replace knob & tube all over
Move circuits for stove to east (exterior) wall
On same wall I need 2 outlets (1 is for fridge)
On other side I need 2 outlets for appliances
Lower light switch to accommodate wall
Change out the ceiling fixture
Add 1 outlet on north wall ( wall)
Move 2 outlets up from floor
Move 1 outlet up from baseboard
Add 1 outlet to east (exterior wall)
Add ceiling fixture to dining area??
If I add light, I need a light switch
Replace 1 outlet
Change out the ceiling fixture
Add 1 outlet on east (interior) wall
Add 1 outlet on east (interior) wall
Change out ceiling fixture
GFCI - does it need to be replaced?
Change out ceiling fixture in room
Change out 1 fixture by stairs??
Replace exterior outlet & move closer to door
What about fixture under stoop??
My elderly parents need a electrical inspection/or update for insurance purposes. They do have some old wiring and have lived in their small house for 60 years. . They were given no notice and their insurance will lapse or go up to an extraordinary fee if this is not done. I need someone as quickly as possible.
We are looking at either leasing versus purchasing a building to house our new expansion. The building will be between 3000 square feet and 5000 square feet, so to give a number to quote on lets go with 5000 square feet. The buildin will be in winnipeg however the location is not yet determind. We are looking for a price for budgeting purposes currently to assit or decision on whether to buy or lease and to set up our plan of implementation. The building will be between 28' and 32' tall, so lets settle on 32' tall for the estimate. It will be warehouse like, so open and empty, besides an office space and washroom that we will need to build if it in not already in the building, lets assume we had to build it ourselves. I would liek a quote for installing 600V phase 3 power tothe buildin with atl east 4 drop panels from the ceiling. i don't know how simple it would be to include but we would also liek a price to wire up a gantry crane of 15' long and 25' tall (with a 5' hoist hanging down), powered and can lift 10tons. Could you do a quote for a completly brand new building with absolutly zero wiring and one for a building with basic wiring that needs to be upgrades to 600v phase 3. This is just a budgetary price so as long as you can get as close to the actual price as possible we are happy.
We apprecaite your time and look forward to hearing back from you.
I have a number of things I need done to my home, in order of priority: foundation repairs (apparently minor, no water / seepage in basement); front porch levelling/repair, rewiring of entire house to 200 amp service. House is a 3 bedroom 1 & 3/4 story built in 1910 in the Corydon Ft.Rouge area.
Square footage is about 850 sqft. framing for 2 bedrooms, and bathroom, and electrical. No preferred materials, as long as it is cheap and of quality. Our basement has insulation on it and has rough in plumbings.
Our house is 2 and a half years old. I am planning to finnish, I just need it to be framed and electricals done by certified electrician.
just bought a new hot tub not delivered yet have already poured a concrete pad need to hot tub to be wired electrically. Need the proper wiring etc 240 volt I think a disconnect box outside. I think it will take about 60 feet of wiring to my electrical box will also need new breaker amp I have room on my box.
We would like to replace the light fixture above our kitchen island. Currently we have a stipple ceiling, and a wooden box with flourescent light fixtures in it that drops down about 8 inches. It is 50" x 32" We were thinking of removing the box,, placing a stainless steel plate over the area and hanging a fixtue from it. We are also open to new ideas.
We are also considering paint the entire interior of the house.
Hello need to hire a licenced electrician by the city of winnipeg to inspect a replacement main box. Rigth now I have a 100 amp box wants to install a 200 amp box for a electrical furnace.
Have all the material
I do not have service, the electrician will have to get the permit and service back on the house.
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