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Renovation Readiness - Tips n' Tricks

Renovation Readiness - Tips n' Tricks

Have a basic plan. While this seems easy at first it there will be a 100 different things uncovered during the renovation that can very quickly take you off budget and into the ‘reno-weeds’. So be prepared for….

Electrical Requirements for New Garage Development, Renovations and Additions

Electrical Requirements for New Garage Development, Renovations and Additions

Electrical requirements for any new garage development, renovations and additions, including detached structures , must comply with the current Canadian Electrical Code ( See Alberta Electrical Code ) which one must understand that the Code varies across the provinces. One must also take into consideration that…

Providing Top Quality Electrical Services in Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta

Providing Top Quality Electrical Services in Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta

Wireworks Electrical Services Ltd. is a locally owned and operated, full-service electrical company that has been serving Fort Saskatchewan and area since 2008.  We offer competitive rates backed by over 20 years of industry knowledge. Wireworks Electrical Services Ltd. customers can expect excellent workmanship deliverred with a professional attiitude. Our customer service, expertise and proficiency are unmatched by any competitor! …

What Do I Need a Permit for in Fort Saskatchewan Alberta

What Do I Need a Permit for in Fort Saskatchewan Alberta

If you are considering an upgrade to your property located in Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta - here are some of the permits you might need when building or renovating your residential property…

Difference between GFCI and AFCI Breakers

Difference between GFCI and AFCI Breakers

To understand the difference between GFCI and AFCI one needs to understand the instance or application for each of these circuit interupters.  And there is a drastic difference between GFCI and AFCI breakers.  An AFCI,  Arc Fault Circuit Interrupter, protects the circuitry of your home or business and are a relatively newer product.  AFCI's are generally used in new construction and provide a higher level of protection than a standard circuit breaker by detecting and removing the