Home safety seminars - register today - older homes aluminum wiring and more
Book it no obligation in home assessment

From Our Blog

  • in Latest posts, Safety

    What happens to my electrical devices after a flood?

    It’s raining. Environment Canada says some areas of the GTA could see up to 40mm of rain today, with accompanied thundershowers later on. While the heavy rainfall is great for greener lawns and free car washes, this excess water can compromise our electrical systems especially in the event of a basement flood. There is a...

In The News

Find out what happened after this Richmond Hill resident asked Birnie CurrentSAFE to come back, six years later, for a follow up inspection.

View more videos

Why do I need an EHD?

Electricity is the most powerful force in our homes. Because it’s hidden behind the walls, we seldom know about hazards until it is too late. Our expert technicians use highly specialized equipment to look behind the walls of your home, uncovering potential hazards before they endanger you and your family.
Did you know?

  • 40% or residential fires are electrical – all are preventable.
  • 99% of home have electrical defects that pose potential hazards.
  • 30% of homes have serious (“call the fire department”) hazards.
  • 40% contain dangerous shock hazards.
  • 61% have inadequate smoke alarms.

Need a guest speaker for your organization?

Click here