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Commodore Group is Electrical Contractor, we provide emergency electrical services for the residential, commercial and industrial sectors, our service area is the greater Toronto area in Ontario. We are fast, professional, fully trained and committed to customer service, Commodore Group has thrived in the highly competitive GTA Ontario market for years thanks not only to our expertise when handling large projects, but also our willingness to respond quickly when emergencies arise.
If you’re a property manager with business or residential properties spread across multiple borough or beyond, you can still rely on the pros you know at Commodore Group on short notice. That includes midnight calls and weekends.

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At Commodore Group our commitment to meeting our clients’ needs never wavers. This means that when you reach out at 3:00 AM with an electrical emergency, one of our licensed electricians can be onsite within a few hours (sometimes in just an hour), prepared to correct the problem and have the electrical problem in your commercial, retail or residential building SOLVED by morning. Sometimes your tenants won’t even know there was a problem. Our team of technicians is ready to handle any form of electrical emergency. No matter the time of day, if you need help with an electrical problem, call us and we will get there right away.

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  • Breakers & Fuses, Outlets & Circuits
  • Track & Accent Lighting
  • Home Wiring Troubleshooting
  • Service Panel Upgrade
  • Dedicated Computer Circuits
  • Security & Landscape Lighting
  • Electrical safety Code Corrections
  • Home Surge Protection
  • Smoke Detectors
  • Dedicated Appliance Circuits
  • Ground Fault Interrupt Circuits GFCI
  • Hot Tubs & Spa Wiring
  • Baseboard Electric Heating
  • Kitchen Lighting Installations
  • Home Backup Generator Installation
  • Electric Vehicle EV charger Installation
  • Bathroom Lighting Installations
  • Aluminum wiring upgrade
  • Fuse to breaker panel upgrade
  • 100A, 200A, 400A service panel upgrade
  • Home basement wiring
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FAQs: Emergency Electrical Services

Regardless of whether you hire Emergency Electrician on the spot or decide to entertain more quotes, there are some information to share with you before calling emergency electrician.

The cost of calling an emergency electrician can vary greatly and depends on multiple factors:

  • The area you live in. For instance, prices in Toronto GTA Ontario are likely to be higher than anywhere else in the country.
  • The time you call. It’s always cheaper between 9 and 5.
  • The day you are calling. Weekdays tend to be cheaper than weekends.

Choosing the right emergency electrician can be a very difficult decision to make especially if you are facing a stressful situation. If, like most people, you are searching on the internet for the best option, we advise you look at electricians’ online ratings and comments.
It will only take you a few seconds to make the right choice.

Every licensed electrician needs to have at the very least a 309A license, master electricians are more advance licensed electrician. Once a job has been completed, your electrician should provide a certificate of Electrical Safety. Failure to do so is against the law.
Most electricians list their qualifications on their website so make sure you check it.

There are three main instances when you should consider calling an emergency electrician.

  • If you feel your own safety is compromised, you shouldn’t hesitate to call an emergency electrician. At the very least, a qualified electrician should be able assess over the phone he gravity of the situation
  • Exposed wires or sparkles. These issues should be fixed immediately as they can be very hazardous especially if you have young children in your house
  • Presence of smoke or if you smell burning near your electrical outlets such as washing machine dishwasher and any white goods. This good be the sign of a power surge which could ultimately cause fire.
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While you might write this issue off as a minor annoyance, it’s actually a far more serious problem.

When you plug in and unplug appliances or devices frequently from the same outlets—as most of us do, especially in the kitchen and bathroom—the connections that hold the plug in place wear down. This is normal, but it must be fixed promptly. Loose connections in an outlet can cause sparks and electrical arcs, both of which are fire hazards.

An outlet that sparks every once in a while usually isn’t cause for an immediate call to an electrician. If you see sparks every time you use that outlet, however, have an electrician take a look as soon as possible.

Here’s what could be happening:

  • The outlet could be sparking because of a short circuit. Over time, the heat from short circuits can deteriorate the insulation around a wire, exposing the bare metal. This is a serious fire hazard.
  • The outlet could be old. If your house is relatively old and hasn’t been updated or remodelled, the outlets (and the wires attached to them) could have loosened over the years. Loose wires can spark as electricity runs through them.
  • It could be totally normal! Electricity is a powerful force, and the sparks you see when you plug in a device may simply be a few electrons getting ahead of themselves. An electrician will know for sure.

Every lamp and light fixture has a maximum wattage rating. This is determined by the size (or gauge) of wire used in the fixture. The larger the gauge of the wire (but the smaller the gauge number), the more electrical current the wire can carry.

Light bulbs, in turn, demand electricity based on their wattage. A 75-watt light bulb, for instance, requires more electricity than a 60-watt light bulb. If you use a 75-watt bulb in a light fixture with a 60-watt rating, the bulb will demand more electricity than the fixture’s wiring is designed to produce. This electrical overload produces a tremendous amount of heat, which can cause a fire.

An electrician will be able to inspect the wiring and the fixtures to determine the extent of the damage and make recommendations for how to prevent a fire.

Losing power during a storm isn’t necessarily unusual, especially if you don’t have buried utilities. Flickering lights during a storm, however, can indicate that something is amiss with the power lines where they connect to your house.

If this connection isn’t secure, the electrical current from the power lines could arc and cause a fire. The voltage entering your house is dangerously high, so don’t try to investigate this problem on your own—only a licensed, professional electrician should take a look.

This problem is a clue that the circuits in your house were not correctly designed. Household appliances, especially kitchen appliances, laundry machines, and vacuums, require a lot of power. In fact, refrigerators, ranges, and electric clothes dryers need so much power that they must have their own circuits (and breakers).

If your kitchen circuit breaker trips often, there’s a high possibility that either your range or your refrigerator is sharing a circuit with too many other appliance. An experienced electrician needs to take a look.