For over 10 years, customers have instilled their trust in us to provide exceptional service as dedicated, dependable and highly personable electricians in Lethbridge and the surrounding areas.
From full electrical system installations to custom electrical design, we are ready for any project, big or small.
We work with our clients to create an electrical maintenance plan to improve efficiencies, reduce your energy footprint, and save you money.
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We provide electrical service to the highest standards and workmanship, delivered in a timely manner.
You can rest assured that we provide electrical service to the highest standards and workmanship, delivered in a timely manner.
Thank you, Rob, Simon and team, for the outstanding service and installation of the new panels and overhead service in monarch. We are very pleased with your prompt attention and expertise to locate and solve the power issues from the power provider. We have used your services for many years. Your pricing is fair, and the service you provide is excellent.
Howard Brown, President, Howard Brown Construction & Roofing Ltd.
We have been working with Coleman Electric for 4+ years and we are incredibly satisfied with the service that they provide. Coleman’s employees are punctual, polite and always communicate what the issues are in a unit and if any deviation from the supplied work order is required. Rob and Simon are a joy to speak with and are always willing to answer any questions we have. We look forward to continuing a working relationship with them in the years to come.
Courtney Hall, Property Management Coordinator, Bridge Housing Cooperative, Ltd.
The wiring in my home is quite old. Is there anything that I need to be concerned about?
Damaged, worn, cracked or corroded electrical wires can increase the chance of electrical accidents. Have a qualified electrician check your wiring on a regular basis to ensure that it is safe. Some hazards include:
– Loose or improper connections, such as electrical outlets or switches
– Frayed appliance or extension cords
– Cracked wire insulation caused by heat, age, corrosion or bending
– Overheated wires or cords
– Damaged electrical appliances
Why is my light switch hot to the touch?
If you have a light switch that is hot to the touch when you reach to turn it off, you could have a problem. This indicates that there could be a serious issue behind your walls and this could cause an electrical fire in your home. Call an electrician as soon as possible.
Why are the light bulbs in our home burning out so frequently?
It could be more than just overuse. You may have a loose connection in the socket or circuit. Recessed lights that go out may do so because they’re too hot because of nearby insulation. If operating properly recessed lights are designed to shut themselves off in those cases so as not to create a fire hazard.
Why does the circuit breaker trip every time we use the microwave, kettle or toaster?
Older homes may not be designed to handle the high-wattage loads commonly experienced in today’s homes. Overloads result in tripped breakers, and unless you can live with the limited power in certain areas of your home, you’ll need to upgrade or add a circuit to accommodate for the load.
What certifications should I look for in an electrician?
All regulated trades in Canada are monitored for consumer protection to ensure health and safety. Ensure your tradesperson holds a Certificate of Qualification or are licensed for their regulatory trade. If your tradesperson has the Red Seal certification, they are highly skilled and can work anywhere in Canada. Provinces like Alberta also have a Masters Program and only registered Master Electricians can obtain Permits for Electrical Contracting in the province. Alberta also has the PEC (Professional Electrical Contractor) Program which is a regulated professional designation. Hiring a PEC ensures you are dealing with a highly trained professional contractor that you can trust.
What insurance should my tradesperson have?
Make sure your tradesperson has adequate business insurance covering public liability and property damage. It’s also crucial that any contractors you hire have WCB (Worker’s Compensation Board) coverage for themselves and their workers.
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1403D - 31 Street N Lethbridge, AB T1H 5J8