Halifax Certified Electrician Services

BMR certified electrician is your best option to safely address any electrical needs you may have for your home or business. We can rewire your old building, upgrade your amp service or install fuse, breaker or motor control requirements while answering your questions along the way.

Call us today for a free no obligation estimate. It is our pleasure to provide you with a clear picture on all options available.


Electrical faults are potentially dangerous and should only be approached by our highly qualified electricians. We can help if your electrical outlets aren’t working properly or if you experience an outage due to a circuit breaker tipping. Only Certified Electricians should assess these faults, so call us for a free estimate.

Wiring & Rewiring

If you’re planning to install new pot lights in your home or to wire a new commercial building, Halifax Certified Electricians is your first call to make. We employ Certified Electricians who are highly qualified to work any wiring or rewiring job, from simple home renovations to demanding work in commercial buildings.

Aluminium Correction

Electrical fires are about 50% more likely to occur in homes with aluminium wiring. New homes are built with copper wiring which reduce fire hazards, but older buildings were likely built with aluminium wiring.

Halifax Certified Electricians will provide you with a free estimate on the cost to rewire your home with copper. We can also install ‘co/air’ connections and ‘arc-fault’ circuit breakers that will minimise hazard risks if rewiring your building is not your preferred option.

Fire hazards are caused by aluminium wiring because of how this metal disintegrates over time. Copper is a stronger metal that will better protect your home or building.

Fuse to Breaker

Fuses and breakers interrupt power when the electrical current in a circuit exceeds safe levels. The fuse will detect when the electrical current is running too high and will trip to interrupt the flow. A fuse is essential to prevent a fire in your building and will need to be replaced every time it is tripped.

Circuit breakers are electrical switches also designed to protect against fire hazards. Unlike fuses, breakers don’t need to be replaced and can be reset to resume normal operation. They are made in various sizes to protect small home appliances or to the high voltage circuits feeding an entire city!

Our Electricians will survey your job to ensure every wire path is safe and hazard-free. Fuse to breaker work can be complicated, so call us.

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Service Upgrades

Too many electrical outages and surges in your home could mean that you require an upgrade in your service. Halifax Certified Electricians will assess your home to see if this is the case or not. We will discuss all possible options to resolve any issue you may have.

The amount of power available to use in your home is limited by the amps of your main breaker. If your home eats up electricity (by consistent use of televisions, computers, washing machines and dishwashers, or stoves) then you will likely not be able to function with 60 to 100 amps.

Changing your service can be disruptive and complicated, so be sure to call us.

Pool & Hot Tub

All pools and hot tubs require some sort of electrical connection in order to work properly. Our Electricians will install and service your electric pumps, filters, heaters, and lighting to keep your pastimes hazard-free and fun!

Halifax Certified Electricians will ensure all connections and codes are in place to protect those who are in and around your pool or hot tub. We will install and inspect underground wiring, voltage and amp power, as well as ground-fault circuit interrupter devices, which will prevent you from being electrocuted in case of a short circuit.

Machinery Wiring / Motor Control

Electric motors require special machinery wiring as they use electrical energy to produce mechanical energy. This reverse process of producing energy is typically accomplished by a generator.

Electric motors can be found in household appliances, power tools and industrial fans or pumps. They often will not function effectively or safely on residential currents.

Halifax Certified Electricians will provide you with optimal service so you are able to safely use electric motor devices in your home or business.