Electrical Thermostat Repair or Installation

Thermostats: In homes there are generally one of two types of thermostats, low voltage or line voltage. Low voltage would be the type used with a central heating source such as your typical gas or oil furnace. Line voltage would typically be used for baseboard heaters. This type could be 120 volts or 240 volts. Both types will typically last many years but eventually need replacing or upgrading. If you have an older model of low voltage thermostat you may want to upgrade to a new programmable digital type as this could save you significant energy costs. Upgrading line voltage stats would also likely improve your energy consumption because their temperature detection would be improved and because a stat has moving parts they have a limited life span. The middle of winter is not the best time to find out they don’t work.

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Ireton Electric master electrician Dave Ireton took care of some dimmer and circuit issues for us. He came recommend by a friend who had extensive renos done to his house. Dave is very professional, timely, tidy and communicates well. He had our issues sorted out in no time at all. Very highly recommended. We will use his services again when needed.

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