YOU MAY NEED TO ARRANGE FOR ELECTRICAL REPAIRS
BEFORE POWER CAN BE RESTORED TO YOUR HOME
The Electrical Safety Authority is providing this important information to people who may have experienced damage to their home’s electrical equipment.
Electrical Equipment May Belong to You and Not The Electrical Utility
The Four Steps to Get Repairs Done
1. Don’t attempt to repair this equipment yourself. Stay back to avoid risk of shock, electrocution, or fire.
2. Contact a Licensed Electrical Contractor to make repairs.
3. Once you have hired a Licensed Electrical Contractor:
4. After the work is done, the homeowner should ask the contractor for a copy of the ESA certificate of Inspection for their records and insurance.
Phone: (416) 281-2787
Mitzie Hunter, MPP
Attachments:Electrical Safety Authority: Important Information About Damage to Home Electrical Equipment
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