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About Us

We’re committed to excellence.

Expert Electricians Do The Job Right

The passion that drives us at Richard's Electric is the desire to provide to all our customers the highest quality workmanship, quickly and efficiently, while offering the best price possible in the industry.

With many years of experience in the Construction Electrician industry, we take pride in our professionalism, punctuality and customers service. We specialize in all your electrical needs in the residential, commercial and industrial sectors.

We have the ability to assign the appropriate number of electricians and engineers for the different stages of any project. This capability means that we can scale our resources according to specific requirements, controlling expenses while ensuring appropriate staffing levels.

Our Services
Richard's Electric

Special services we offer

We specialize in all your electrical needs in the residential, commercial and industrial sectors.

  • Residential

    We can assist with residential renovation, whether you are building an extension to your home or installing pot lights in your condo.

  • Commercial

    Richard's Electric offers a variety of commercial services, by our commercial electrical contractors. Call us today!

  • Industrial

    Richard's Electric offers a variety of industrial services by our industrial electrical contractors. Call us today!

leading the way in electrical services

Only Trust The EXPERTS!

  • 5Days
    We work 5 days a week
  • 15Years
    We Have 15 Years of Experience

Our Goal

We’re committed to excellence. Our goal is to exceed your expectations. Using our years of experience and expertise and by providing a dynamic and skilled team we will ensure your projects are a complete success.

Our primary measure of success is customer satisfaction. We define customers as employees, partners and clients. Our intent is to earn and maintain the respect and trust of everyone we come in contact with when representing Richard's Electric.

Electrical Safety at Home

Overheated plugs or outlets, fuses that blow, or circuits that frequently trip indicate overloading of the circuit or possible faulty electrical wiring or equipment which can cause electrical shock or fire hazard.
Avoid it.
Regularly check for these hazards and if you spot any of these hazards, contact a Licensed Electrical Contractor as soon as possible.

Dim, surging or flickering lights can be a sign of a loose connection in a lighting circuit, fixture, or your electrical service and can present the risk of electrical shock or become a fire hazard.
Avoid it.
If you detect dim, surging or flickering lights in your home, contact a Licensed Electrical Contractor.

A faulty GFCI (Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter) increases the risk of electrical shock. Avoid it.
Test GFCI (Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter) outlets monthly, or as per the manufacturer's instructions, to ensure they are operating properly. Defective GFCI outlets can be identified by pushing the test button—if power stays on after you have pushed the test button, your GFCI is defective. Defects are more common with older GFCI products. Contact a Licensed Electrical Contractor to replace your faulty GFCI outlets.


  • Very friendly, very knowledgeable, and they get the job done quickly. Mostly the quality of their work, and they are very helpful when it comes to getting jobs done that are needed.Anna Hopkins

  • They do excellent quality work. They are competent and pleasant to deal with. I like that they know what they are doing and do it correctly the first time. Eddie M.

  • They were very efficient, prompt, and courteous. They even did a little bit extra that they really didn't have to do. They were quick. I have used them twice now.Arlene W.

  • They do very good electrical work. They are friendly, conscientious about their work, arrive on time, charge fair prices, and make good recommendations about our electrical service. I liked their personal touch, and helpful, attentive interest. I've used them twice and would use them againJohn Robertson