New Electrical Panel Installation in Lethbridge, AB
Kyle, Master Electrician and his apprentice Bryan completed a full replacement of a 150 amp panel in our client's home near Lethbridge. Angela called us voicing a concern of breakers tripping at her electrical panel, and told us that she had found out that there were some safety concerns regarding her Federal Pacific panel. Kyle was dispatched to her home within an hour of her original call and completed a thorough evaluation of the electrical system and prepared some options. A panel replacement option was selected and we began scheduling and preparations. Our electricians arrived on the scheduled day and completed the panel replacement that same day, restoring power safely to our client's home. They paid great attention to detail, ensuring that the new panel was installed professionally, and took extra time to thoroughly clean up after themselves, earning a generous 5-Star Google review from a very happy client!
150 AMP Schneider Electrical Panel
Kyle and Ryan did such an excellent job installing our new electrical box. Kyle came out the same day i requested service and was able to arrange to complete the install within the week. Kyle and Ryan were respectful and super tidy and they did a really fantastic job. We feel much safer in our house now. Our electrical box looks so good! They were even mindful of our pets and we couldn’t have asked for better service.
Tankless Water Heater Installation in Lethbridge, AB
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