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Protect your safety, your home and your investment.
Electrical inspections are not only the law, they’re the best way to rest easy and enjoy your new home, upgrade or renovation. Electrical inspections help protect the people in your home or building from electrical hazards. Today, inspections are handled by the
Electrical Safety Authority (ESA). An inspector from the ESA will check any electrical work to make sure it meets the requirements defined in the
Ontario Electrical Safety Code, which sets provincial standards for safe electrical installations and electrical products.
Electrical inspections are required to comply with requirements of the Electricity Act 1998 and the
Ontario Electrical Safety Code (Ontario Regulation 10/02). It is the law. All electrical installations, renovations, and alterations are required to have an electrical inspection.
Installation of outlets, switches, lighting, baseboard heaters, smoke detectors (excluding battery-operated types), exhaust fans, etc.
Installation of new equipment such as heat pumps, water heaters, air conditioning, swimming pools, whirlpools, saunas, etc.
Electrical service upgrades or changes
New homes, additions or renovations.
Whether you hire an electrical contractor or do the work yourself, all electrical installations or changes must be inspected to ensure they comply with the
Ontario Electrical Safety Code. This applies to private homes, offices, industrial buildings, and income properties. To contact an Electrical Safety Authority representative for information, or to apply for an inspection, call
1-877-ESA-SAFE or visit their website
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Stray voltage can affect the behaviour and health of livestock. That's why our Farm Rapid Response Team is here ready to address and resolve any concerns regarding stray voltage on your farm.
By arranging a Temporary Disconnect, you can plan work you need to do with the power off in advance. Schedule workers in a 24-hour window to get your project done on time.
This free service locates underground cables and pipes on your property to prevent serious injury and liability. Whether you're installing a fence or planting a tree, dig safe and request a locate first.