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A Professional Electrical Contractor Serving York Region, Barrie and Surrounding Areas

A Professional Electrical Contractor Serving York Region, Barrie and Surrounding Areas

A Professional Electrical Contractor Serving York Region, Barrie and Surrounding Areas

About Us

At MDC Electric we pride ourselves on hard work, honesty, and integrity to reveal excellent customer service. We are fully committed to getting the job done safely, no matter the challenge.  With so many good and qualified electricians in the construction industry, how does one separate the extraordinary from the ordinary? It’s quite simple really. We stand out because we keep our promises, are firm believers in quality, and above all we want to provide the safest electrician services for you and your family. We take care of you from start to finish, so that you have peace of mind and enjoy the results. We proudly offer a personalized approach for each individual client, not only benefiting from our electrical service, but also providing information and resources to help for a sustainable future.

Our straight-forward flat-rate pricing is designed to help you, the customer, know your investment before we begin.  This up-front pricing helps ensure that you get the best value and efficient service every time. MDC Electric is a fully licensed and insured electrical contractor with the Electrical Safety Authority. We take great pride in offering exceptional electrical services to residents from Toronto to Barrie.
If you are looking for an honest, reliable, and affordable electrician in Newmarket, or throughout York Region, call us first, we guarantee you will not be disappointed.

Services

Household Electrical Services

Call us when it comes to small jobs such as installing ceiling fans or adding receptacles. Whether you want to hook up a new oven, change a light fixture, or even just upgrading a switch to a dimmer, sometimes you are better off leaving it to the professionals. We specialize in small household electrical jobs that most people just may not be comfortable doing themselves.

Basement Renovations

We specialize in finished basements and can show you how to get the most out of your new living space. You can rest assured that your renovation will be completed to the highest standard of the Ontario Electrical Safety Code. We can design an installation that is tailor made to your precise requirements. Pot lights, wall sconces, home theatre systems, electric fireplaces, home gyms, gaming rooms and much more. We can make your basement come to life.

Electrical Troubleshooting

If you are having any kind of electrical difficulty such as tripped breakers or flickering lights, this indicates a problem with your electrical system. You should have it professionally inspected and repaired. Electricity can be extremely hazardous if you are not qualified to work with it. Call MDC Electric to safely troubleshoot your electrical problems. Electrical safety in your home is our top priority.

ESA Code Corrections

Home inspections and pro-active initiative from the home insurance companies have required homeowners to have their homes inspected by the Electrical Safety Authority. ESA is a provincial governing body that promotes electrical safety through awareness and through inspection services. MDC Electric is an Approved Electrical Contractor with ESA and can help you set up your inspection with ESA. We will correct any deficiencies that the inspector may find.

Aluminum Wire Reconditioning

Some homes built in the mid 1960’s until the late 1970’s were wired with aluminum and homeowners are finding that many insurers will not provide or renew insurance coverage on such properties unless the wiring is inspected and repaired or replaced as necessary. The solution is to start with a professional Aluminum Wiring assessment. Call MDC Electric to perform a thorough assessment of your aluminum wiring system and to determine which options are best to make your home wiring safe and code compliant.

Panel Upgrades

The electrical panel is the core of your electrical system. This is where your home receives electricity from the utility company. The power is then distributed throughout your entire home until every outlet and light has the power that it needs. MDC Electric can change that old fuse box panel to a new circuit breaker panel or upgrade your existing breaker panel to supply more power for your needs. All of our work is ESA certified and inspected.

Services

  • Pot Lights
  • Ceiling Fans
  • Whole Home Surge Protection
  • Washer & Dryer Wiring
  • Additional Outlets
  • Exhaust Fans
  • Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter (GFCI)
  • Over The Range Microwave Installation
  • Hot Tub Wiring
  • Knob & Tube Replacement
  • Electric Vehicle Charging Stations
  • Emergency Generator Installations
  • Motion Detectors & Security Lighting
  • Smoke & Carbon Monoxide Detectors
  • Panel Upgrades
  • Fuse Box Conversions
  • And Much More!

Testimonials


  • “Dear Dave, Thank you so much for all the times you have rescued me from my electrical “emergencies”. It is wonderful to have a professional who does an excellent job with such a friendly and trustworthy ethic. I always know I can count on you and am so confident when I refer my friends and clients to you that they will be equally impressed by both you and your work. I look forward to passing your name along whenever possible and wish you continued success.”

    Lynn Kongkham, Broker Royal LePage RCR Realty, Brokerage, Newmarket


  • “This is the second time we have used MDC Electric for our electrical needs, and we will hire him again. The first was a small job, but his attention to doing it right and to code, with minimal damage or intrusion, made hiring MDC a second time, an easy choice. We recently moved, and our 1970s house was lacking in ceiling fixtures everywhere, and the previous homeowner had clearly done extensive “wiring” himself. We hired Dave to correct the unsafe diy and to bring light into all the rooms. It was a big job. Dave was, as always, friendly, professional, thorough, and most importantly, he is to code, inspections and all. As a homeowner, I appreciate his willingness to also make things look right as we had a couple of more challenging installations that required more time and care. During the whole job, care was taken to minimize mess and disruption. We highly recommend MDC Electric and will use them again.”

    Judy Beggs, Burlington


  • “David was fantastic! He provided us with options to solve our lighting problems – he was fairly priced and communicated to us if there was anything that was going to stretch our budget to check what choice we wanted to make. He was polite and respectful while working in our house (my husband and I both work from home, so this was very important to us) and cleaned up if there was any mess after his work. I highly recommend him for both small and large jobs. He did an excellent job.”

    Lindsay de Swart, Holland Landing


  • “We have used MDC Electric and are very impressed with the professionalism, cleanliness and great competitive prices that Dave provides. Dave will work with you to give you a quality service and the most important thing is that he is trustworthy and will not give you the run around on what needs to be done or any “extra” things that don’t need to be added. He has done numerous work in our house with putting in extra receptacles and ceiling light fixtures where there was not an existing outlet. He has helped us at our rental property rectifying why the breakers kept surging and making sure everything was up to code. Dave is and will be our electrician of choice now and in the future for all of our electrical needs. We have no hesitations recommending his services.”

    Georgia Lee, Richmond Hill

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