How much does it cost to hookup a hot tub?

FAQ

The cost to replace an electrical panel in Oshawa and surrounding areas would be anywhere between $1,100 to $1,400 depending on many factors. Barrett Electric Inc. can provide a free quote to upgrade your electrical panel.

Is Aluminum wiring dangerous?

Aluminum wiring is quite safe as long as it is properly maintained. All connections should be checked to make sure they are connected with approved devices.

How much does it cost to have Aluminum wiring inspected?

The average cost to have the aluminum electrical wiring inspected in an Oshawa house could be anywhere between $1,300 and $1,500. This includes replacing all the devices with white decora devices using the pigtail method, installing approved wire connectors on all light fixtures, checking connections in main panel and at large appliances, and providing  an inspection report to homeowners insurance company.

Can pot lights be installed without damage to drywall?

If pot lights are being installed in a room with an attic above, they can usually be installed without any damage to the drywall. 

If pot lights are installed in a room with a second floor above, there will most likely be minimal damage to get the wiring from the switch to the pot lights and also between pot lights.

How much does it cost to install pot lights?

The cost to install high quality LED pot lights in Oshawa between $110 to $130 per pot light. Add a LED dimmer for $50.

How much does it cost to replace an electrical panel?

To cost to connect a hot tub in Oshawa could range between $1,200 to $1,500 depending on many factors. Call Barrett Electric Inc. to arrange for a free quote.

How much does it cost to install a Level 2 EV Charger?

The cost to install a Level 2 Electric Vehicle in the Oshawa/Whitby area can range between $300 to $600. Currently the Government of Ontario is offering an Electric vehicle charging incentive program that will pay 50% of the installation cost.

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