Ever wonder what you're neighbours are doing to improve their homes? Discover what other Aurora homeowners have planned for their Electrical projects by reading the details of their request for quotes below.
In total, TrustedPros has received 21 Electrical projects posted by homeowners in Aurora seeking the services of local Electricians. Total estimated value of these projects is $76,500.00 with a per project average of $3,642.00.
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Converting aluminium receptacles to copper tales using proper 26
marrets with aluminium compound.
Converting aluminium receptacles to copper tales using proper 22
arrests with aluminium compound/ outlet. Switches
Ground fault receptacle located with in 39" of water with weather 4
Converting aluminium receptacles to copper tales using proper 10
marrets with aluminium compound on copper/aluminium joints.
As per building code smoke detectors will be wired in correctly. 5
4" Slim LED pot light supply and installed. cutting 4" holes as 22
needed to install.
Dryer cable supplied and installed with 30 amp breaker 1
10/2 from electrical panel with proper overcurrent protection to 30 1
amp disconnect located with in 1 meter of unit. Electric furnace 240
circuit breaker installed in main panel 1
Electrical permit and inspection will be organized with the 1
electrical safety authority to in sure all electrical wiring is code
** Must have insurance, WSIB if employees on site,
** Looking for economy of scale - maybe as many as 6 or 7 units to upgrade
** Owner will be on site - April 19th - by appointment only
Wire pot lights in garage
Install 2nd outlet in garage
Install outdoor light in pilar on porch
Reroute wiring light switch & outlets
Install 3 under cabinet lights
Install new outlet for stove
Install outlet for new dishwasher
Get opinion on potlights in ceiling
Replace 2 outlets in basement
Remove light fixture abouve furnace in basement
I require one outlet to be upgraded from an old two prong ungrounded model to a new 3 prong grounded one. I just called an electrical contractor and he said all that would be needed is to replace the outlet with a GFCI three prong. I have been reading online and apparently this isn't just untrue but also not completely safe. The house was built in 1949 so there is a good chance the outlet isn't grounded. How much would I be looking at to ground and replace this one outlet properly so I can use it in my home office with a surge protector?
We would like to do deck lighting linked to the outside light and would like a quote to run wiring from the the light to a GFCI receptacle under the deck. There seems to be a lot of conflicting information on whether this is possible and also the setup so I'd like an electrician to do this part or suggest an alternative.
I live in a 30 yr old apartment building on Aurora Ontario. We have a main floor and downstairs unit. The electrical panel is downstairs (not well labelled - older bulb type circuits) I would like an old ceiling fan taken out of my daughters bedroom as it wobbles and doesn't work properly -- not sure how long its been here. I will be buying a new one for you to install. Also another ceiling fan to be installed in second bedroom - currently has a light fixture. Id like an old chandelier type fixture replaced downstairs with a light fixture. Also 2 other light fixtures replaced, one in main entrance and another one downstairs - just old and outdated. Probably best for you to pop in and take a look to make sure this is all possible and to give me a ball park cost before I start buying new light fixtures. The main issue is the wobbly ceiling fan in my daughters bedroom as it isn't safe.
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