Ever wonder what you're neighbours are doing to improve their homes? Discover what other Kitchener homeowners have planned for their Electrical projects by reading the details of their request for quotes below.
In total, TrustedPros has received 39 Electrical projects posted by homeowners in Kitchener seeking the services of local Electricians. Total estimated value of these projects is $103,000.00 with a per project average of $2,641.00.
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Current Situation: A Single car garage that is insulated with Styrofoam.
To properly drywall the ceiling and 3 walls in this single car garage. ( The garage door does not need any drywalling :) )
This has to be done after installing the appropriate structure, if required, to hold the dry wall.
A conduit for 240Volt must be installed from the back of the garage to 3/4 along the wall into the driveway. This conduit will be used to run a 240Volt for a electric car charging station.
The work should be coordinated with the electrician that will be installing the car charging station to avoid re-work.
Of course all this work must meet all current building and electrical code and, if required building permit(s) must be obtained. (The electrician will get the appropriate permit for the electrical component of this work, unless some efficiency can be gained through collaborative work)
As part of our kitchen reno I'm interested in the cost and feasibility of replacing the existing knob and tube wiring, moving some outlets and perhaps adding light fixtures. It's a small area, about 9' * 12' and currently has two lights, two switches, 5 outlets and 40 amp stove outlet.
I have a report from ESA.
here is two things that i need to fix:
1 - Flexiable cord shall not be run through holes in walls, ceilings or Floor. (I have a gas stove plugged to the basement so I need a pluggled to the wall.)
2. Wire connetors in panel not approved for aluminum to copper, please correct.
How much do you charge to do two things for me?
I have a newly built home (3months old) and it appears that the builder put in small low cfm bathroom exhaust fans. I want to replace the ensuite and laundry room fans with one that is more suitable. The new fans would be slightly larger in size than current ones. I am looking for someone to simply install the fans that I have purchased.
I have a regular light switch/ plug switch in the kitchen that needs to be replaced with the type that has a ground button. My insurance company is asking for proof of replacement so I will need a certified electrician that can provide me with the necessary documentation to satisfy an insurance company.
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