Serving the Niagara Region for over 30 Years! 

Master Electrician in Niagara Region

TR Electric Van

Since 1988, TR Electric has been providing quality electrical services to residential and commercial customers in the Niagara Region. Their skilled electricians are fully insured and licensed and can troubleshoot, offer service upgrades, and electrical installations with personalized treatment that has their loyal customers coming back whenever an electrical issue arises. They also offer some of the best possible products available on the market today.

TR Electric has built their success on the belief that no job is too big or too small. They treat each project with the same meticulous attention to detail, whether you are electrically upgrading your home, are doing renovations, installing a hot tub or sauna, updating or re-modelling wiring, installing new home wiring, retro-fitting lighting, troubleshooting, or any other electrical installation or repair.

Electrical upgrades are more common than ever. The standard current draw in most households is 60 amps, but to effectively run new appliances, computer systems, and technical devices this may not be a sufficient current to handle the increased demand. TR Electric can increase the current capacity in your home from 60 amps to 100 or even 200 amps. Electrical upgrades not only increase efficiency and promote safety, they also increase the value of your home.

If your lights flicker or the circuit breaker goes out, you could have trouble with your electrical system, especially if you live in an older home. Before the situation becomes serious, let TR Electric assess the situation as old wiring can be a fire hazard.

Retro-fit lighting upgrades will reduce your energy use and save you money on your utility bills and you can feel good about minimizing your carbon footprint and being part of a sustainable, green initiative.

TR Electric is available to take your call Monday to Friday from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Give them a call at 905-708-6543 or visit their website.

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