Ever wonder what you're neighbours are doing to improve their homes? Discover what other Burlington homeowners have planned for their Electrical projects by reading the details of their request for quotes below.
In total, TrustedPros has received 59 Electrical projects posted by homeowners in Burlington seeking the services of local Electricians. Total estimated value of these projects is $196,000.00 with a per project average of $3,322.00.
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Often hear popping sounds from stove, fridge etc. Do I need to update circuits/panel.
Also add/replace few fixtures: add light switch and couple of outlets, replace a fluorescent light ballast, replace a ceiling track light. And replace a couple of tight outlets, and ensure overall safety.
Would like someone to help install a new dining room light fixture we just purchased. Looking for someone who can come over on an evening or weekend in the next week. Not very handy and require some help with this special fixture.
Please get back to my as soon as possible.
We are looking for a licensed electrian to help us finish our basement in our Burlington home. Looking for about 20 potlights, 12 power outlets, 1 GFI, 1 vanity light, 1 shower light, 3 ceiling lights, 2 phone jacks, 2 cable jacks. Please provide a rough quote (include labour and materials) and your earliest availability for this job. Thanks.
I recently purchased a house. I discovered that many of the basement wall plates for electrical outlets as well as XLR connectors were ripped out of the wall in a very damaging manor. The area on the wall surrounding where the wall plates once were connected is damaged. Also the wires were cut down so short preventing me from doing an easy repair. I would like to get an estimate of how much it will cost to repair the electrical wiring in the basement.
Install residential light fixture. This would include a chandelier on a 16 foot ceiling, dining rook light fixture, one bedroom light fixture, 3 outside light fixtures would replace existing ones, and one more pendant install on the second floor hard to reach area, and OTR microwave. Would like hire someone for the day as opposed by the job.
Two phases of work :
1. Take down the existing lighting fixture in the entryway and staircase area and swap them out for new fixtures.
2. The living/dining/kitchen are open to each other and currently have 16 large spotlights on tracks running around the space. Would like these removed and have 11 pot lights created instead.
House is approx. 20 years old.
Would prefer the two items be priced seperately.
Basement of a newer 2007 Valery built house in North Burlington needs Electrical Wiring.
Two main rooms recently framed. One office, one rec room, storage area, & furnace room.
Office (21'x11') - Would like ~4 pot lights, and maybe 2 circuit breaker connections as this room will need to be equipment ready for 2-3 computers, multiple monitors, and 1-2 printers/fax machines.
Rec Room (16'x10') - Also around 4-5 pot lights, and electrical setup for home entertainment system, and a desk area nook hookup for a laptop computer. Otherwise no major other electrical needs outside normal code.
Basic re-wiring of current light switches, so they are based one switch per room (one switch for entire basement now)
Possible extra receptacle in furnace room for future freezer.
Master Breaker Panel is in basement in furnace room.
So to run down again.. something like:
~10 pot lights in total
2 dimmer switches for pot lights, 2 regular dipole switchs for furnace room/nook area
maybe 15-18 electrical receptacles.
Approx 400-425 sq footage combined area for wiring needs.
Timeframe: The sooner the better.
Obviously cost is an issue, and I would like to entertain quotes, but certainly preference will be given to contractors that can get in as soon as possible, and have reasonable rates.
I work from home, so I am available at most times of the day to show the basement for detailed quoting purposes, best reachable by e-mail for inital offerrings.
If possible when contacting please include an availability schedule for when youcould start.
Thanks for looking. I can provide photos if needed for electricians outside the area to give estimation quotes over the Internet.
Electrical Panel has 3 extra 15 Amp breakers left from build, that are not connected.
1. We need to install 2 of the following Garage Door Openers on both garage doors:
Chamberlain HP Whisper Drive Plus Garage Door Opener
2. Our house is about a year old. Our basement is unfinished and there is no wiring done other than the main electrical/cable box. We need at least two electrical outlets in other parts of the basement for TV and Treadmill etc.
We would like all this work done ASAP. Please provide quote for work above.
We currently have natural gas in our home but no line to the kitchen. We have just purchased a gas range and will need a gas line run for it and the range installed.
That area of the kitchen is over the unfinished furnace area of the basement, so the ceiling is open.
Please let us know how much this install would cost.
Require installation and supply of 4-6 potlights in kitchen, removal of existing flourescent fixture and installation of wiring and receptacles for 2-3 hanging lights over penninsula countertop. Kitchen is standard U shape (approx. 10 x 10) and home is approx. 16 years old. Ceiling is drywall and need job to incude ensuring that all drywall damage is repaired and ready for painting. Work to be done by a licenced electrician.
Want to install a circuit breaker box to replace existing fuse box. I live in the Brant Hills area. The house is around 35 yr. old and has mainly aluminum wiring.
I also need you to assess my electrical system and provide a letter or an Electrical Safety Authority report confirming that the wiring is in safe operating condition.
My husband and I just bought our first home and we have found a few problems. The house was built in the 70's and the wiring is aluminum.
We are looking to have 3 (potentially 4) jobs done:
1) correct wiring in the stove hood and make sure it works
- the previous homeowner tried to DIY on a few tings, yesterday we discovered that he had threaded loose wires into an extension cord, wrapped it in packing tape and had it plugged in to the outlet on the top of the stove. We haven't been using it but would like to have a fan and light above our stove.
2) there is an outdoor plug (on the other side of the wall in the same location as the stove) that doesn't work, we suspect this is also why the stove range doesn't work. But we would like to get that working.
3) We would like an outlet installed in our kitchen - there is a box on the dining room wall side, but not on the kitchen side, so we would like one installed there.
4) we could have some faulty wiring in our basement laundry room and would like to have it looked it to see if the wires are live or not and potentially find out where they are coming from/going to.
We are looking for the best value quote for potlights in our house. 20-24 potlights on the main floor, 8-10 on the second floor and 6-8 exterior potlights.
Also would need the following set up in the family room:
LCD Tv hung (already have bracket)
5 point Surround sound installed
Hooked up to PVR, Playstation, Wii and DVD player
Our home is 1 year old in Burlington (Alton Village), approximately 3000 sq ft. Main Floor is all smooth ceilings. Second Floor is Stucco ceiling. Exterior potlights needed on front only.
Please provide us your rates.
We wish to rewire the detached two car garage and workshop in the home we have purchased in Aldershot to move it from the old tube wiring that is there now to new wiring. The house itself has been totally updated but the garage was not. We would like to obtain quotes and have some references to get this job done and bring all the electrical out there up to today's standard and have more power out in the workshop area than there is now. The electricity in the garage also runs an outside security light on the outside of the workshop which is at the back end of the garage. The house was built in the early 1950's and we believe the garage was built about 10 years later, sometime in the early 1960's. The garage is not insulated. it does have one electrical wire which is newer and operates the garage doors from a switch inside the house. The wire for this has been run under the back lawn and into the new breaker panel in the basement from what we were told by our home inspector. We would like a breaker panel located in the garage itself and separate from the one in the house if possible.
My Garage has one 15A. I would like to replace/add a sub panel, and one 20A circuit.
The panel should support about 8 circuits, 2 phase would be a "nice to have".
The garage is attached to the house. The existing panel is aprx 100 feet from the garage. Between 15 and 25 feet is a finished ceiling the rest is open. The Garage is unfinished so surface mounting is likely required.
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