Need new wiring or surge protection hardware installed?
We got you!
We can come install new outlets such as GFCI (ground-fault circuit interrupters) outlets, or any type of electrical outlet.
We can also move an existing outlet to accommodate renovations or new furniture.
We are also able to come protect your home appliances and computers from costly surges with the right hardware. Our electricians assess your home and identify where and which surge protectors you need. We also install whole-house surge protectors.
This service is currently available in Edmonton and the surrounding area.
Since every project is unique, our pricing is all estimate-based. Don’t worry about receiving a surprise bill though. We’ll go over the cost of the entire project with you before the work begins.
What to expect
- Give our home happiness advisors a call to book this service or request a quote through the website. You can also request through the Rümi app available in both the Google Play and Apple App stores.
- Our expert techs will visit, review your wiring and scope out the project.
- The tech will commence with the installation and repair, keeping you updated all the way through.
- Rümi doesn't count a job done until all your wiring needs and outlets are working safely and to your specifications.
Think of us as a trusted concierge for your home. We partner with local service experts who share our values and meet our rigorous safety, skill and happiness standards. We've done the legwork, groundwork and straight-up work-work so you don't have to.
Our guiding mission is to create homeowner happiness, one smile at a time.
What’s GFCI outlet wiring?
GFCI stands for Ground-Fault Circuit Interrupters. You’ve seen them before. They look like regular three-pronged outlets, but they are actually mini circuit breakers that can shut off current to an outlet in as fast as 1/40 of a second.
Why does GFCI outlet installation matter?
Safety first: GFCIs are much safer than traditional outlets. They’re required on outlets that come within six feet of a water source, but we recommend you put them on all outlets in and around your home.
Technology: Keep your home up to date with the latest technologies and building codes.
Resale: Most home inspectors now request that GFCI's be installed before a home is purchased/sold. Swap things out before you must. Making changes on your terms can save time, money, and help avoid hazardous incidents.
Why does my home need power surge protection?
Almost every home in Alberta has expensive electronic equipment inside: TV’s, AC units, water heaters, refrigerators, entertainment equipment, hot tubs, computers, the list goes on. All these items can easily add up to thousands of dollars, and all are vulnerable to power surges. You can very easily save money and protect ALL your valuable items in your home with a panel surge protector.
What can cause a power surge?
A lightning strike to a nearby power line may trigger a surge to enter your home, or something as simple as turning on the vacuum cleaner can trigger a surge as well. Anything that’s plugged in can get “fried,” whether it’s turned on or off. Avoid such a costly home mishap with a quality surge protector system.