There are few things more important than keeping your home and its contents safe, and a reliable electrical safety inspection should be a top priority for succeeding in this effort. At Ontime Electric, our primary goal is to ensure that your home is electrically sound.
Unfortunately, most home fire damage is a result of faulty wiring and service negligence – two causes that can be easily managed and mitigated through proper electrical home inspection and repair efforts. In an attempt to prevent these scenarios, our team of expert electrical safety inspectors offer comprehensive reviews and recommendations, ensuring that you’re never in jeopardy of electrical-related mishaps.
The Ontime Electric team prides itself on providing reliable, affordable electrical safety inspections that are aligned with the industry standards and expectations. We take the safety and security of your home incredibly seriously, and don’t compromise at any step of the inspection and maintenance process.
Electrical Safety Authority
Regardless of whether you’re dealing with a new home, an old home, or something in between, you’ll want to rely on a team with a lengthy track-record of success. Ontime Electric has become an authority in the electrical inspection space due to our timely, accurate, and reliable safety inspections. With over 20-years of experience servicing both residential and commercial clients across Toronto and the GTA, we’re well prepared to assess any and all electrical systems.
Unlike other companies that may inaccurately report issues in an effort to increase sales, our team is focused on providing top notch support and service only for items that your home actually required. Following a detailed electrical safety inspection and recommendation from our team, you can rest assured that both your home and family are safe from preventable electrical mishaps.
Ontario Electrical Safety Code
The Ontario Electrical Safety Code was developed to direct electrical safety standards and ensure that citizens across the province were receiving adequate support for their commercial and residential electrical inspection needs. At Ontime Electric, we take the developed guidelines very seriously, and work to ensure that the services we provide are always up to industry standards.
The changes to the code over time are meant to reflect the advancements in both technology and industry expertise. Now in it’s 27th edition, new safety insights have allowed our team to better understand technical requirements and ensure that our clients are receiving service that is both of high quality and incredibly reliable.
When it comes to keeping your family and home safe, it’s important that you rely on an electrical team with decades of experience. Our experts will perform thorough electrical safety inspections, diagnose the issues at hand and provide rapid, reliable, and affordable solutions. To learn more about our services and pricing, or to schedule a service appointment, contact our team today.
Why Choose On-time Electric?
To ensure electrical safety in your home, be sure to follow some simple steps.
– Avoid overloading outlets by unplugging appliances when they’re not in use.
– Use the proper wattage for lighting fixtures and lamps.
– Never run cords under carpets, rugs, doors or windows, as this could create a fire hazard.
– Get rid of damaged extension cords, and keep electrical appliances and tools away from water.
– If you have any questions about electrical safety, be sure to call a professional. By taking some simple precautions, you can help keep your home safe from electrical hazards
All electrical installations, renovations, and alterations require an electrical inspection in order to comply with the Electricity Act 1998 and the Ontario Electrical Safety Code. This is for the safety of both the workers involved in the project as well as the occupants of the building or home once the work is completed.
The inspection process helps to ensure that all electrical work meets the required standards and codes, and it also provides a level of accountability in case of any problems or accidents. In Ontario, electrical inspections are conducted by licensed electricians who have been specifically trained to identify code violations and potential safety hazards. If you are planning any electrical work, be sure to contact a licensed electrician to arrange for an inspection.
Residential electrical inspections are typically conducted when a home is being sold or transferred. The purpose of the inspection is to ensure that the electrical system is safe and up to code.
Commercial electrical inspections are typically conducted by the local fire marshal or other code enforcement agency. The purpose of the inspection is to ensure that the electrical system is safe and up to code. Commercial electrical inspections may also be required when a business changes ownership or expands its operations.