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24 Hour Emergency Service, Vaughan
24 Hour Emergency Service, Vaughan
Electrical problems occurring during any time of the day can be frustrating, but it can be especially difficult during the late evening hours or the early mornings. 24 hour emergency service allows you get help whenever and wherever you need. Especially with the rate of blackouts and power loss increasing throughout the years, ensuring that your electrical service is up and running at all times has never been more important. You can rest assured that you will have access to an emergency electrician during all hours of the day, all days of the week.
If you are experiencing any of the following electrical problems, it may be time to contact for 24 hour emergency service:
– Electrical power failure
– Intermittent or partial power
– Short circuiting
– Blown fuses
– Breakers tripping
– Electrical equipment malfunction
– Weather-related electrical problems
– Any other power/electrical issues or emergencies
Power loss is a common reason that homeowners contact an emergency electrician. The issue could be as simple as your electric company shutting off your electricity. However, if you have paid your electric bill, there is no known reason for the loss of power, and you are the only house on the block experiencing a power outage, this could be a sign that there is a greater issue at hand. It could, for example, be a sign that there has been damage to your breaker box, which can put your entire electrical system at risk. In these cases, 24 hour emergency service should be contacted as soon as possible.
Electrical equipment malfunction can include any equipment that relies on electricity not functioning as it should, such as distribution equipment like wiring or outlets. This can also include problems with your electrical panel, electrical air conditioning or heating units, smoke detectors, or if you are having any recurring issues with specific light fixtures or appliances.
So you may be wondering: how do I know when the issue I’m having qualifies as an electrical emergency? Some key signs to look out for include:
– Seeing sparks fly (including when you plug in appliances)
– Breakers constantly tripping
– Things (such as lights) not functioning as they should
– Hearing a continuous buzzing or humming sound coming from your breaker box
– Seeing or smelling smoke, especially from outlets
Contact MADE ELECTRIC for more information on 24 hour emergency service! We operate within the GTA and Vaughan and are available to take your call to address any immediate electrical needs.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
What could a carbon-like metallic/plasting burning smell coming from my electrical equipment mean?
Why is my breaker box making noise?
Circuit breakers are designed to cut the electricity between your appliances and its power source in cases where the voltage becomes too much. These are implemented for safety reasons, helping to prevent damage to both your appliances and your electrical system. A continuous buzzing or humming sound coming from your breaker box could be an indicator that a breaker is attempting and failing to trip due to damage or some kind of fault. This should be addressed as soon as possible, as your electrical safety system failing can lead to outages and other electrical problems.
Should I contact an emergency electrician for electrical fires?
If an electrical fire breaks out, contact 9-1-1 emergency services immediately. Only cut the power if it is safe to do so, being extremely careful of electrical shocks. After the fire has been dealt with, an emergency electrician can be contacted to figure out the source of the fire or correct any safety hazards. A licensed electrician will also be able to help you through the process of recovery in cases where your electrical system has been destroyed or damaged. To prevent electrical fires, it’s often recommended to get regular electrical inspections.