Residential Electrical Contractor Toronto

Use This Checklist When Hiring A Residential Electrical Contractor

Langstaff & Sloan Inc. Electrical Contractors

What should you look for in a residential electrical contractor in Toronto? No matter the size of the job, from adding a simple pool connection changes to a whole home assessment, the experience and knowledge of your electrician matters. Not only do you want to avoid mistakes, but you want to work with an electrician who provides a simple and comfortable experience for you and your family. Things like arriving on time and cleaning up after themselves is also important in a contracting company in Toronto. Here’s what you should look for.

  1. Response To Your First Call

From the moment you first contact them, your electrical contractor should respond promptly and politely. You should feel like you’re their priority, and they should be honest about whether they can tackle your electrical problems or project. They should be friendly and be open about their prices right from the start.

  1. Experience Matters

An experienced electrician is going to see problems faster and get the job done quicker than inexperienced electricians. Especially for large or complicated projects, you want a company that will send you an experienced electrician. At Langstaff & Sloan, our president Rob Sloan has been in business since 1991. In that time, we have worked on many niche electrical projects, and have the experience to perform any electrical work you need done. You can still find experienced residential electrical contractors in Toronto who charge fair prices.

  1. Range of Services

Though you may believe you need one service, in the course of working on your home, an experienced electrician may spot a problem or need to perform another type of work. That’s why it’s important you choose an electrical contractor who can do any residential electrical work you might need. At Langstaff & Sloan, we do it all, including:

  • Service Calls.
  • Knob and Tube Rewiring.
  • Breaker Panel Installations.
  • Renovation Wiring.
  • Aluminum Rewiring or Repair.
  • Whole House Assessments.
  1. Respect For Safety

Electrical work must be done safely, not only to protect the electrician, but also to keep your home and family safe. It’s wise to choose an electrician who still takes safety seriously, no matter how many years they have been at work. At Langstaff & Sloan, safety is still our number one concern.

Reach out to us today if you need an electrical contractor, or a contracting company in Toronto.