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Voice Data, Networking, Low Voltage Cabling

Voice Data Networking

We help you build networks that bring you closer to your clients than ever before. Communication is what builds relationships between your business and the people who sustain it, and Roberts Electrical is in the business of making sure that communication is straight forward and crystal clear.

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Our Services

Electrical Renovations

Fuse/Breaker Panels & Service Upgrades

New Electrical Construction

Lighting Design, Installation & Repair

Backup Power Generator

Service Calls & Emergency Repairs

Old Wiring & Rewire

Solar Power Systems

Heat Trace

Electric Heating

Equipment Connections

Sauna & Hot Tub

Voice Data, Security, CCTV, Networking, Low Voltage, Cabling.

Electrical Inspections

Industrial Electrical Solutions

Electric Tint

Phase Converters

Indoor Garden Electrical

Electrical Supplies

Smoke Detectors & Fire Alarms

Simply put, carbon monoxide is a silent killer. It’s a highly poisonous gas that has killed thousands in their own homes.

Carbon monoxide is a byproduct of the heat produced by your home’s HVAC system. If your heating system is working properly, carbon monoxide is drawn away safely. But if the system malfunctions, there is no way of sensing it—apart from a carbon monoxide detector.

Today’s homes are tighter and more energy efficient. But this also puts us at a higher risk of exposing ourselves to this killer gas.

It’s not only important to have multiple detectors in your home. It’s also important where they are situated. They should be placed throughout the home and always close to bedrooms so that the alarm is loud enough to awaken you and your family should carbon monoxide be detected.

Our electricians at Roberts Electrical can help you choose the right location to place them, and install them professionally and securely in your home.

More than half of house fires take place in homes that do not have fire alarms, and mostly at night, resulting in a high number of deaths. It is easy to get trapped in the start of a fire.

Many people do not take fire alarms seriously, and many do not test or check their alarm systems regularly. The only thing that can alert you, your family and colleagues 24/7 from a fire is the sound of a well installed and maintained fire alarm system. Fire alarms are important because they can give you an early signal to something that could be tragic – basically saving your lives.

An early detection can get you out of a situation that would potentially turn into a tragedy. Make sure to also tell your family and friends on the importance of installing fire alarm systems.

Here are a few safety and maintenance tips for you to keep in mind:

1. Install a fire alarm in every room of a house especially where you sleep, and in every office of an organization.

2. Check your batteries of signs of corrosion or battery life. Replace the batteries once a year.

3. Make sure you teach your children what to do when they hear the sound of a fire alarm.

4. Test the fire alarms at least once a month.

5. Do not paint over fire alarms or stick anything on them, as that could interfere with its functioning.

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Our Services

Electrical Renovations

Fuse/Breaker Panels & Service Upgrades

New Electrical Construction

Lighting Design, Installation & Repair

Backup Power Generator

Service Calls & Emergency Repairs

Old Wiring & Rewire

Solar Power Systems

Heat Trace

Electric Heating

Equipment Connections

Sauna & Hot Tub

Voice Data, Security, CCTV, Networking, Low Voltage, Cabling.

Electrical Inspections

Industrial Electrical Solutions

Electric Tint

Phase Converters

Indoor Garden Electrical

Electrical Supplies

Low Voltage Cabling

Approximately 90% of computer network failures are attributed to poor cabling designs and installations. This often results in excessive downtime and loss of valuable data. Today’s bandwidth and intensive business applications demand a robust communications network. A network that consistently performs. One that is built on a solid cabling infrastructure.

A cable network designed and installed by our team of certified technicians safeguards your business against countless potential data network problems. Our installations follow strict industry standards and provide you with detailed network information regarding speed and capacity.

Even with rapid change that exists in today’s business environment, a well designed network has the flexibility and modularity to take advantage of new technologies at a minimum cost and without disruption to office productivity.

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