1. Electrical Service and Field Service rates are competitive. Please call for further information. T: 604-726-2288 2. Corporate and annual rates for preferred clients are available. 3. Annual maintenance programs are available. 4. Overtime rates apply after 4:00PM weekdays, weekends & holidays. 5. Quotes and budget pricing will be provided on request.
We would be happy to discuss any of your needs or projects in further detail. Our objective is to provide our experience, safety practices and quality service at competitive rates. We look forward to hearing from you and invite you to call with any further questions or comments that you may have.
Why perform maintenance?
“Maintenance tests are those tests that allow the determination of whether or not the electrical equipment is suitable for safe and continued service".
Canadian Electrical Code 2012 Maintenance and operation 2-300 General requirements for maintenance and operation
(1) All operating electrical equipment shall be kept in safe and proper working condition. (2) Electrical equipment maintained for emergency service shall be periodically inspected and tested as necessary to ensure its fitness for service. (3) Infrequently used electrical equipment maintained for future service shall be thoroughly inspected before use in order to determine its fitness for service. (4) Defective equipment shall either be put in good order or permanently disconnected.
NETA - National Electrical Testing Association
When dealing with service-aged equipment, several criteria are used in determining what equipment is to be tested, at what intervals, and to what extent. Ambient conditions, availability of down time, and maintenance budgets are but a few of the considerations that go into the planning of a maintenance schedule. The owner must make many decisions each time maintenance is considered. It is the intent of the ANSI/NETA Standard for Maintenance Testing Specifications for Electrical Power Distribution Equipment and Systems to list a majority of the field tests available for assessing the suitability for continued service and reliability of the power distribution system.”
Not only does our governing bodies such as Work Safe BC, Canadian Electrical Code, National Electrical Testing Association, National Fire Protection Association states that maintenance is required as well as the insurance underwriters that insure against lost productivity and capital asset equipment loss. A preventative maintenance program is an investment in your facility to minimize costly downtime and potential failure to electrical equipment.
Assurance and Peace of mind
Your electrical system is an integral part of your business which is closely integrated with other systems in business operations. We have skilled staff and technical resources to ensure you have a complete support solution. You also have access to a full range of emergency services, technicians and expertise 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.