We can help you if you need a ceiling fan installed, make the transition from aluminum to copper wire for insurance purposes, need service upgrades or relocations, a hot tub installation, or desire energy efficient options. We are comfortable with additions, basements, renos, new construction, shops and garages, or need single to three phase VFDs for industrial equipment in your home shop. We also provide receptacle or light switch upgrades.
You'd be amazed at how much the right light fixture can make a room sparkle!
Thank Goodness Quesnel has Joseph Sallis of Endurance Electric
I only met Joe on line through my Century 21 Relator, Ray Blackmore. We were trying to buy a house but the aluminum wiring had been connected illegally and totally unsafely to copper wiring. Before we could even apply for insurance, this had to be fixed and fast. Joe got on the job right away without any face-to-face contact. We also discovered, through our home inspection, that the 100 amp service was double tapped and dangerously over loaded! We asked Joe to arrange for a 200 amp service immediately.
He took it all on despite a busy pre-Christmas schedule. He was efficient, and what I liked best, very particular keeping safety and common sense in front at all times.
He had run of the house and was there working diligently to get us inspected and certified as safe before our possession date and insurance deadline. Not only trustworthy, Joe always answered my email questions from where I am living, Cranbrook, quickly and with full details. He arranged BC Hydro to connect our 200amp lines and took care of all the paperwork, but included me in even though it was not necessary. Treating me with respect goes a long way in my books, and that alone brings him 5 stars.
Beyond that, Joe is a very kind person, generous with his wide base of knowledge, quiet and polite. Even when tired and running ragged, his language skills were impeccable and professional.
I would highly recommend Endurance Electric to anyone..
Sincerely, new home owner in the Quesnel area, Cathryn Henley