Stay on top of your strata’s electrical maintenance and improvements by attending to both preventative and regular maintenance with Reisinger Electric.
By securing an electrical maintenance contract with us, your council members will be relieved from managing every electrical detail and decision, allowing them to focus on the bigger picture.
Reisinger Electric will manage LED upgrades, electrical maintenance (light bulbs, outlets, amp management etc) and security lighting.
Reisinger Electric offers electrical maintenance schedules for commercial, industrial and retail properties. We maintain electrical systems for optimum efficiency, protecting your bottom line. Regular checks and timely repairs prevent sudden outages, huge replacement costs and serious accidents in your workplace.
If you are planning a renovation, you may want to consider updating your electrical system at the same time. You will save time and money by planning ahead and including electrical upgrades in your budget, while you have easy access to your wires, outlets and switches - to name a few!
Does your home need an Electric Service Upgrade? With the growing demand for electricity, new technology and electronic devices hitting the market you might be wondering if it's time to upgrade your home's electrical service. It's a good thing that many new electronic devices draw very little power - but there are others that require a lot of power to operate such as Air Conditioning and Hot Tubs.
Your home's electric system capacity reflects when it was built, or the last time it was rewired. Houses built or rewired more than 30 years ago typically have a 60 or 100 amp service. Newer homes usually have a 150 or 200 amp service. And very large houses can have up to 400 amp service.
Amps are listed on the main circuit breaker in the panel box, they determine the maximum amount your house can safely use. Each circuit in the house is also rated by amps. When the power demand for a circuit approaches the amp limit that the circuit is rated for - the circuit breaker will trip, shutting off the electrical current.
Looking for commercial network wiring and cabling? Need service, design and installs in the Vancouver area of BC? We are your Electrician2go - offering structured cabling, supporting multiple hardwares suitable for your businesses current and future needs.
Solar energy is becoming more common and is one of the the cheapest and widely used renewable energy sources in the world. By using special panels to capture sun energy, solar converts it to electricity that you can use to power practically anything. As the cost of investing in solar energy systems for your home or business continues to drop, many are making the switch from fossil fuel energy to renewable solar energy.
Protect your entire home from high-energy power surges and low-energy repetitive surges by
installing a whole-house surge protective device - wired to your electric service box to protect all electronics, appliances and electrical systems in your home.
Standby Generators kick on when you need them and keep you and your family out of the dark and cold. Major wind storms, broken power lines and BC Hydro's untimely repairs in BC have highlighted the importance of back up electrical power. Standby generators are a reliable solution to extended outages.
Did you know that in the 1960's to mid-70's old aluminum wire was used in North America for wiring entire houses? Aluminum wire was widely used as an alternative conductor during a period of high copper prices and many old installations are downright dangerous!
Do you want to save ENERGY, MONEY and reduce household maintenance? Upgrade to LED lights inside and outside your home and/or business and you can SAVE money and time! Contact Trent for for the latest in LED technology! Want to upgrade your light bulbs along with stylish lighting fixtures equipped with LEDs? We are your Electrician2go :)
Reisinger Electric is a Fully Licensed, qualified, insured, bonded Electric company, launched in 2009. Owner Trent Reisinger has been Serving the Lower Mainland, BC since 1998.