What We Do
Jobs We Specialize In
- Installing and repairing electrical fixtures, outlets and switches
- Ceiling fan installation
- Light fixture installation
- Upgrading electrical panels and sub-panels
- Installing GFCIs (ground fault circuit interrupters) and electrical surge protectors
- Installing motion detectors and other security equipment
- Adding hard-wired smoke detectors
- Installing carbon monoxide detectors
- Installing recessed lighting
- Installing under cabinet lighting
- Installing and wiring for backup generators
Electrical repair projects are essential to maintain your home or business location. Find out when it’s time to contact an electrician in Winnipeg and how one call to Handyman Connection is all you need to enjoy local, experienced services.
When To Contact a Licensed Electrician in Winnipeg
When your electrical system is working correctly, you don’t have to think about how all your outlets, light fixtures and appliances are connected. An outdated or overloaded system is a safety risk that should be handled promptly. Review these signs that it’s time to call our team at Handyman Connection:
- Outlets aren’t working
- Breakers routinely trip
- Lights flicker or become dim
- Wiring is outdated
- Outlets and switches are warm or buzzing
- You wish to add outlets or lights to your home
Outlets may not be working because the breaker is tripped or overloaded. Some outlets, like ground-fault circuit interrupter outlets, have a limited lifetime and will fail to work properly. Schedule a replacement service if this style of outlet is 15 or more years old.
Breakers are designed to work with a limited amount of amps. If approximately 80% of the listed amperage amount is drawn, the breaker will trip and automatically turn off power to the particular outlets, appliances or light fixtures. This typically only happens if you have too many devices connected to the same breaker or a wiring issue.
Outdated wiring includes aluminum or knob and tube wiring. Both of these come with extremely high risks of fire and electrocution. They are not used in modern homes, but older homes may still have some of this outdated wiring. Work with a local electrician to replace it to reduce the risk of a fire.
Too few lights or outlets isn’t an emergency and can be scheduled at your convenience. Other signs are serious and should be dealt with quickly to reduce the risk of a fire or electrical shock. Some homes in Winnipeg have dangerously outdated wiring or faulty breakers that won’t prevent a fire in the event of a short circuit or overload.
Electrical Services We Specialize in
Handyman Connection is your premier source for reliable, friendly electricians in Winnipeg. If you spot one of the warning signs in your home, it’s time to turn to a Winnipeg professional. Enjoy these and other electrical services with a single call to one of our knowledgeable customer service agents:
- Installing new outlets, light fixtures and security equipment
- Updating electrical wiring and breakers
- Troubleshooting unusual issues
- Inspecting your electrical system for repair needs
A locally licensed electrician will come to your home and take on any project with ease. Instead of dealing with high-voltage lines or attempting to troubleshoot an unusual electrical issue, simply make a call to Handyman Connection.
An electrical update adds value to your home and gives you peace of mind. A dangerous electrical issue may not be immediately obvious until it’s too late, so consider a free inspection and estimate for your home.
The Handyman Connection Promise
Create a safe, comfortable home without complicated or dangerous DIY home improvement tasks. Contact us today to discuss your next electrical project. Receive free estimates on electrical repair services from local craftsmen confident in their field. From a new GFCI outlet to a full wiring update, you can breathe easy knowing your home is in safe hands.