Finding the Right Electric Company in Toronto
Getting an electric company in Toronto for any contracting or refurbishment work is easier said than done. A home or business owner must confirm several things before they commit to any particular contractor.
We look at a few attributes which tell you if the electric company in Toronto you will be using for your contracting work can be trusted to deliver a quality project.
Before one can perform electrical work there are numerous competencies that must be completed. Not just anyone is permitted to undertake electrical work. A good electric company in Toronto will be forthcoming about the qualifications and experience of its team; and that’s what you should look for as well.
In this article we look at some attributes that make for a competent electric company in Toronto and will give you the peace of mind that the work it does will be up to specification and compliant with building codes.
- Qualifications and licensing – Commercial, residential and industrial electricians must be suitably qualified and skilled before they are licensed to work on electrical projects. A good electric company in Toronto will hire only experienced and licensed electricians to be part of the team.
- Upfront about costs – A mark of a good electric company in Toronto is how upfront it is about its costs. Typically a lowballed figure should set off alarm bells: it may mean you are going to end up getting shocked with a larger bill at the end; or the company just doesn’t value its time.
- Customer service – A key differentiator between a good electric company in Toronto and a bad one is its approach to customer satisfaction. An uncooperative attitude and poor communication are warning signs that the relationship could become fractious.
At Astron Electrical Services we have completed numerous electrical contracting projects in Toronto and the GTA. We have the capacity to handle projects both large and small.
We are a fully bonded company that is a member of the Better Business Bureau and the Toronto Construction Association, and has remained in excellent standing with the Workers' Compensation Board.