Ever wonder what you're neighbours are doing to improve their homes? Discover what other Etobicoke homeowners have planned for their Electrical projects by reading the details of their request for quotes below.
In total, TrustedPros has received 46 Electrical projects posted by homeowners in Etobicoke seeking the services of local Electricians. Total estimated value of these projects is $141,000.00 with a per project average of $3,065.00.
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We are renovating the kitchen and moving refridgerator to an adjacent wall and will also be adding a dishwasher next to it.
There is an electrical outlet currently on the wall at a height above the counter level over where new dishwasher will be. Would like to move it horizontally to behind the frdige and lower if possible.
Also need to affirm that it can handle power required to power fridge and run dishwasher at the same time.
1.replace three light switches that not working properly now
2.install extra lights in the living room ( it has only one light now but we need more light )
3.there is an electric leak in one of the wall plugs when ever we plug over microwave there the trip switch goes ff so need to check that
and some tube lights replaced
1. Upgrade current service
2. Prepare kitchen for renovations, move switches, receptacles, etc
3. Attached garage currently being renovated and need to have switches, lights and receptacles upgraded and additional ones installed
4. Complete check of all electrical recently installed by other contractor, not a licensed electrician
5. Possible installation of exterior lighting of front and back yards
Looking for an electrician to do some work around the house.
Items that need to be done.
1. Install a lights in the kitchen - needs a seperate switch
2. We are in an old house with random light switches - dont know what they are connected to.
3. Install a switch at the top of the stairs, to match with the bottom of the stairs.
4. Install 2 extra outlets in backroom of house.
Area: Lakeshore blvd and Kipling
100 Amp board
New wiring in an old house
Looking for an electrician that we can call for more work - this is the first few items that we need to get done.
Email or call me to make an appointment to visit the house.
Hello. My husband and I just purchased a home that has only two-prong receptacles throughout. The house is approximately 50-60 years old (built in the 50/2-early 60's) and is a bungalow, with three bedrooms, living, dining, kitchen and full bath on the Main floor, and laundry, bedroom/study, utility room and recreation/family room in the basement (approximately 1000 square foot on Main floor).
We are looking to get a ROUGH quote from several licensed electrical contractors and an idea of how much work is involved in running ground wires and replacing all of the receptacles, in order to aid us in budgeting for renovations to be completed before we move in. The house has a good-sized electrical panel, with 200 amp service, so no additional capacity is required.
Prior to taking possession of the house (this July), we have the opportunity to visit several times. Once we have an idea of the costs involved in a general sense, we would want to set up on-site visits with 2-3 contractors to get a specific quote for the exact work to be completed, which may include some additional minor work to split the circuits to the kitchen receptacles (I doubt they are split currently, based on the age of the home), and to add GFCI receptacles in wet areas such as the kitchen, bath, and laundry room.
Our timelines for completion are as follows:
Now to end of May - receive general quotes for work to assist in budgeting
June-July - meet with contractors on-site to get more specific quotes on exact work needed/wanted
July 7-19 - complete all necessary electrical upgrades, (to be scheduled in conjunction with upgrades to attic insulation, hardwood floor refinishing, painting and carpet installation in basement).
July 23 - All work complete, MOVING DAY.
Thank you for reviewing our request, and we look forward to receiving your quote.
Jennifer & Kris
We need to add an outlet to a storage room. The room is connected to a heavy load circuit via a light. However, we do not believe it is safe to add the outlet to the heavy load circuit. There is a lower load circuit nearby that this outlet could be attached to. the circuits are in finished rooms, however, the storage room is unfinished.
summary - we need a new outlet in a basement storage room and some circuit balancing done.
An electrical junction and light fixture in our kitchen needs to be replaced. The previous junction box was too small to contain all of the wires safely (our opinion). We need a qualified electrician to:
1. replace the junction box - which is more complicated that it sounds. The old junction box was installed on rails between joists. I believe that the whole apparatus may need to be removed and replaced.
3. reconnect wiring
4. Install light fixture (provided).
5. Replace 4 pot lights (replacements provided)
I live in a 35 year old 2 bedroom condo in Etobicoke, and recently one electircal circuit that covers a few rooms has begun to be problematic. It's causing serious flickering lights, that sometimes go off...but the fuse is not tripped. It comes and goes periodically...sometimes for a few weeks but always comes back, and is most noticable in the evenings.
I'd love to know what I'd be looking at cost wise ahead of time. I know its hard to do.
But it's something I need to take care of now.
I have an over the range microwave oven that is broken. Nothing on it seems to work (no light, to power...nothing) it's completely dead. This happened suddenly, so I'm wondering if the internal fuse has gone bad and needs to be replaced.
The outlet that the microwave is plugged into works since I've tried other appliances on the outlet and they work fine.
Looking for someone who can inspect the internal fuse and possibly fix the issue I'm having.
-The south exterior electrical is loose and is not currently
operable.It may be switched from
inside. It should be repaired and fitted with a GFCI safety receptacle.
-The main bathroom outlet should be fitted with a GFCI receptacle
(parts cost is less than $20).
-Replace the damaged garage electrical outlet.
-A slow leak was noted at a supply plumbing elbow near the water
heater. The elbow will
have to be resoldered or replaced.
-The bubbler tub has no motor access hatch as required - provide one
as necessary. Also,
there is no obvious GFCI outlet/breaker controlling this circuit. Have
investigate further and provide one if none is present.
-The main bathroom shower faucet is not working properly and it is
suspected that the cartridge may have been installed upside down. There is still
potential for reversing it at this point. (DOES THIS MEAN WE HAVE TO
INSTALL A NEW SHOWERHEAD?)
- caulking/sealing in the upper and lower attic
- fix the staircase railings in the house (3 short staircases - approx
5 steps each), the gap between the railings are currently too wide per
child safety standards
I am looking for an electrician
- to install 8 potlights (I have potlights ready),
- add 1 electric outlet and
- update the switch in my unfinished basement living-room.
It is totally unfinished room. There is no drywall ceiling or ceiling insulation yet.
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Main light (exist) Main light (exist)
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I would like to have
- one switch for one main light,
- another switch for another main light
- one switch for 4 potlights
- one switch for other 4 potlights
Please reply with an estimate.
My house is in West Etobicoke, at Burnhamthorpe & Renforth.
I have an outdoor shed with existing power running on a 15amp breaker to my main panel in the house. The shed has two existing power outlets . I want to add approx 3 more power outlets, an interior light and and two exterior lights(side and back). I can put the lights up myself. I need the wires, light box, junction box and switches to be run and connected.
Thank for your time and offer on this project.
Just bought a 1955 bungalow and need to rewire the kitchen. House has aluminum wiring, most outlets ungrounded. Walls and ceiling are plaster and exterior walls are double brick without studding. Kitchen is approx. 150 sq. ft.
* run new wiring to plug on west wall to isolate for fridge and install ground
* relocate switch on west wall ( from one side of door to other side of door)
* install 2 new split circuit duplex receptacles on north wall and remove presently installed receptacle
* install wiring for undercabinet task lighting on north wall
* install dishwasher outlet on east wall**
* install wiring for under cabinet task lighting on east wall**
* install wiring for range hood (island type)
* install wiring for range (gas type)
* install 1 new split circuit duplex receptacle on south wall
* install pot lights
** note east wall is exterior wall without studding.
We live in etobicoke and I am looking for a licensed electrician who is experienced with outdoor soffit pot lights to install 24 pot lights for us in our soffits. I already purchased the housing for the pot lights and the bulbs.
I need a estimate on labor including the electrical wire and other materials required. We need the work done ASAP.
OPEN FOR BIDS - SATURDAY FEBRUARY 19TH 9AM to 10:30AM
Plumbing & Electrical work needed for full residential renovation.
Interior demo complete.
Walls open and ready for plumbing & electrical work.
-requiring plumbing upgrades, installation of sinks, dishwashers, etc. for full suite of appliances.
-3 Bathrooms requiring plumbing upgrades, installation of tubs, sinks, toilets, etc., for a full suite of appliances.
-Inspection of existing electrical required. Identify where upgrades are necessary, if any. Run new wiring, install switches & outlets for new appliances, lighting and systems.
I will be removing my ceiling in the next couple of days and would like to install potlights while the ceilings are not finished. So, i guess new construction potlights are possible to install (the ones which attach to the joists). I am planning to install 10-12 in the living/dining/hallway area on two switches with dimmers. I will also need 6 potlights in the kitchen on two switches, no dimmers. Joists are 2" x 8" . How much would it be for the total job and how much is it per potlight?
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