We are a Woodbridge based electrical contractor that works throughout the GTA, performing both low rise & high rise residential and commercial work. The Neutron name has a reputation for superior quality, meticulous attention to detail and, above all, providing outstanding customer service. No project is too large or small for us. Our team of skilled electricians and workers provides the most professional service in the industry.
Let us turn you on. Industrial, Commercial & Residential Services.
We provide a mix of Residential and Commercial/ICI electrical servies.
High Density Low Rise
Our teams of experienced residential electricians specialize in high density residential construction. We can accommodate aggressive track building schedules to keep your project on schedule and with in budget.
Our team of experienced electricians have extensive knowledge in this realm, and will work with you to achieve a smooth construction process ultimately helping you mitigate on site issues and achieve your goals.
We have the resources to handle jobs of all sizes to ensure that your projects experience no slow downs. And with our access to and knowledge of specialty products and custom services, our customers depend on us as their one-stop for electrical work.
Our team of specialized electricians and technicians will rebuild your electrical panel to suit an emergency natural gas generator to give you the modern convenience of emergency power during a power outage… request a free estimate
Electrical Safety Tips
Six Simple Rules to Help Keep You Safe
Replace loose or damaged plugs
Discard damaged and/or frayed electrical cords
Repair dim or flickering lights
Discard extension cords with a missing 3rd prong
Unplug overloaded electrical outlets
Install Ground Fault Circuit Interrupters (GFCIs) in bathrooms and kitchens
Get Grounded! Safety Tips
Only use exterior rated extension cords outdoors
Ensure exterior cords, tools and products are plugged into GFCI protected outlets
Keep outdoor outlets covered and dry
Never leave extension cords outside in the winter for extended periods
Replace outdoor extension cords every 3 to 4 years, or if damaged