At REW Electric (2003) Inc, High Level, we understand that you may have several questions about electrical systems and what to be wary of when it comes to appliances, devices and wiring. We have put together a set of answers to oft-asked questions about electrical works and also our services.
Q: What Electrical Services Do You Offer?
A: We offer residential, commercial, industrial and oilfield services.
Q: How Can I Get a Quote?
A: Please call the office at 780-926-2245 to set up a free quote.
Q: Do You Install Security Systems?
A: Yes, we are an authorized dealer of Liberty Security Systems.
Q: What Should I Do in Case of an Electrical Emergency?
A: We offer 24/7 emergency electrical services. Give our office a call and we will promptly get a technician over to solve your problem.
Q: Does REW Electric Sell Electrical Materials?
A: Yes, we have a large inventory of reasonably priced, high-quality materials for purchase. We can also order in any products that you may be looking for.
Q: Should I Do My Own Electrical?
A: Most electrical work should only be done by a professional. Electrical work not done to code may work at first but can eventually become a fire/safety hazard.
Q: What Should I Do If I Hear or See Sparking from Electrical Devices in My Home?
A: Call our office to have a licensed electrician inspect wiring and connections. Loose connections and bad wiring are serious fire hazards.
Q: Why Have I Lost Power to Receptacles/Lighting in My Home?
A: Check to see if a breaker has tripped in your panel. To reset, move the breaker to the “Off” position and then back to the “On” position.
Q: Why Aren’t the Lights in My Bathroom Working Even Though No Breakers Have Tripped?
A: Check the GFCI receptacle by the bathroom sink. Use a pen to push in the “Reset” button.
Q: Why Do I Need GFCI Receptacles?
A: GFCI receptacles are made for wet location usage. They instantly trip when there is fault current to ground. They prevent electrocution when using electrical devices near wet areas.
Q: Why Does a Breaker Keep Tripping in My Panel?
A: The circuit that the breaker is feeding may be overloaded with too many devices. There could also be faulty wiring or a bad device in that circuit.