Article headline Article headline
  • eddie

House and condo Electrical problem repair

Licensed master electrician in Toronto fixes

two condo outlets are out outlets that are not working no connection and no contact bedroom switches have trouble hot to touch, overheating dimmer issues with lights, bulbs and fixtures troubleshooting condo fault or failure outage from a tripping circuit breaker main wire connection having the trouble bulbs are burning out faster at higher rate an impact-protected luminaire in the closet bad connection somewhere along the circuit some bulbs are flickering, dimming or blinking motion sensor light on the outside of the house marking circuit breakers and labeling main panel socket is dead, but the GFCI button will not reset reliable testing, investigation, inspection and advice diagnosis of garage and basement defect or problem recessed fixture goes off & on again in the living room flush with ceiling pot lights stopped working one by one appliance has died because of the bad wiring connection email electrician in

  1. Electrician Toronto knows that tripping breaker is the most common issue that happen in homes, condos, restaurants and buildings. Dining room lights get brighter while others glow or get dimmed is an indicator of a possible problem in neutral conductor. Five electrical plugs in one side of our basement stopped working, are out of order, or dead. The fridge outlet was out too and a couple of lights went dim. So I ran an extension cord across the hallway to power them from another socket in the kitchen. I checked and then turned all breakers off and then on in the main panel, that did not help. I found nothing out of the ordinary neither in the panel, nor anywhere else. Except, there was a GFCI wall socket that I could not reset. I clicked test and reset buttons, nothing happened. Is there power going to it or not? I do not know where the cause is, it can be a tripped breaker, GFCI, lost connection, or something else. Should I check all lines in the house (upstairs, baths, outdoor & garage) for another spot that might be causing all this trouble? After guessing this and that Sarah, the homeowner called me. I have found a loose connection in the breaker box and another problem in the GFI outlet. I ended up opening several of device boxes and tightening all the wire nuts and contact screws. The splicing and termination points were not thoroughly tightened during the initial installation 50 or so years ago. In most cases, there is no way for an average homeowner to figure this out on his or her own. That's why people call 6478573987 and I, in turn, come and fix faults in the most speedy and efficient way.



©2020 by CandM-Electric. Proudly created with