Is there a Warranty?
Everything Leahy Electrical Services Inc. does is covered anywhere from 1-3 years depending on the type of work completed. Our warranty includes all parts and labour. (*unless electrician states otherwise)
What does ESA/ECRA stand for?
ESA stands for Electrical Safety Authority. The Electrical Safety Authority is Ontario’s electrical safety regulator. ECRA stands for Electrical Contractor Registration Authority. By having an ESA/ECRA Number it means that we have our license to perform electrical work which is required by law in Ontario.
What is the ACP program?
ACP stands for Authorized Contractor Program. The ACP provides selective inspections and pre-authorized service reconnections for specific repetitive electrical installations. Licensed Electrical Contractors and qualified installers who demonstrate consistent compliance with the Ontario Electrical Safety Code (OESC), based on current practices and previous work, and have a sufficient volume of applications are eligible for ACP.
How much will this electrical job cost me?
We have found that our customers prefer an accurate price based on their specific electrical issue. By allowing our team to diagnose the problem first hand, you will get an accurate estimate of what it will cost to get the job done before we begin.
Is there a charge for an on-site estimate?
No, estimates are absolutely free of charge.
How can I pay?
Payment options include: cash, cheque, e-Transfer, or VISA upon completion of the electrical work. For large industrial jobs payment plans can be negotiated.
Why is it important to hire a licensed Electrician?
Electrical work can be dangerous. If something goes wrong, there’s no one to blame but yourself. Should poor electrical work lead to a house fire, your insurance may not cover you if they find you used an unlicensed electrician. Licensed electricians have undergone rigorous training and testing standards that are necessary to get the job done safely and correctly. This includes completing a set number of hours of practical work, and learning all about the local safety codes for the province they are working in. Licensed electricians are also insured, which means that you will not have to worry about any damage being caused to your home or business during the electrical project.