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250 514 0031

or you can do both.  

2953 Shakespeare St
Victoria, BC, V8R 4H5

(250)-514-0031

Victoria BC Renovations Electrician

Jaycox Industries is your renovation electrician in Victoria BC. We wire kitchen and bathroom remodels, new basements, suites and garage updates, additions and more.

Renovation Electricians

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Jaycox Industries is your renovation electrician in Victoria BC.  For projects large and small, we bring experience of past projects and electrical code knowledge together to build high quality electrical installations without waste.  We wire kitchen and bathroom remodels, new basements, suites and garage updates, additions and more.  We work with you to design lighting and receptacle layout that will meet your needs and maximize the significant investment you make in your biggest asset- your home.  

 

Recessed Lights

Modern home design often utilizes recessed lights in the living areas and kitchen to provide an even cast of light without obtrusive fixtures.  Recessed lights come in 3", 4", 5" and 6" models and a variety of trim designs and colours to illuminate every space and match your aesthetic.  We can help you lay out recessed lights, suggest size and model of light,  and coordinate bulbs with compatible dimming switches, and of course install them too.    

 

Heated Tile Floor

A bathroom remodel would be incomplete without the addition of in floor heating; stepping out the shower and onto a heated tile floor surely adds years to a persons life.  The heat for the room is provided by the heating cable that is installed in the thin-set beneath the tile taking the place of baseboard heaters tucked behind the door or a noisy under cabinet fan-heater unit.  

 

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Low sone exhaust fans

New bathroom fans are quieter, more powerful, and more efficient than their predecessors.  Exhaust fans come in formats that can be installed in the ceiling or in the wall in new bathrooms, as well as in retro-fit designs to replace older fans in existing bathrooms.  Almost as important as the fan itself is the ducting that carries the humid air out of the house.  Often we find that fans are taxed by inefficient flexible ducting that is weaved and kinked through an attic space before being ported out of the house.  Replacing this with a four inch hard duct wrapped in an insulating cover makes the fan quieter and able to exhaust the air from the bathroom faster with less power.  

Contact us today to book a commitment free consultation. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Jaycox Industries ltd - 2953 Shakespeare Street - Victoria BC.