Safety code expert Pierre McDonald explains Alberta’s Electrical Standata and the safety council’s approval of wireless switches in residential construction.
The construction industry is turning to new technology to deal with the current shortage of skilled workers and high demand for new homes.
Marv Verlage from Levven Electronics will be a speaker and panelist at this year’s CaGBC Green Homes Summit. Marv will be contributing in the ‘Greening Construction & The Future of Design, Materials & Codes’ panel.
Alberta’s Department of Municipal Affairs has issued a new Electrical Standata permitting wire-free switching in all new construction projects. “This is really good news for home builders, electrical contractors and home buyers,” said Levven Electronics vice president Marv Verlage. “We appreciate the Alberta Government’s leadership in recognizing wire-free switches as a safe method to control…
Quebec-based home improvement and renovation retailer BMR is now stocking GoConex wire-free switches at hundreds of its store locations in Ontario, Quebec, and Atlantic Canada.
Electrician in Dallas, Texas tells why he uses GoConex wireless switches in commercial and residential renovation and electrical retrofit jobs.
Canadian home improvement retailer Lowe’s Canada is now stocking Levven Controls wire-free switches at 60 store locations in British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, and Ontario. This marks the largest retail partnership to date for Edmonton-based Levven Electronics, Ltd., makers of Levven wire-free controls.
Copper prices shot up by 30% in 2017. How can electrical wholesalers and contractors preserve profits when commodity materials are subject to such price volatility? Jeff Hoyt from Crescent Electric Supply Company gives his strategies.
What are the features builders and home buyers want in their home? How does wireless switch technology deliver those results? Tim Costello, President and CEO of BDX, answers these questions in a video interview from TecHome Summit 2017.
Before acting to solve their switch problem, home owners often ask questions like: “How do I add a switch on the other side of my room?” “Can I make a three-way switch here so both switches control the light?” “How do I put a switch on my kitchen backsplash?” “I have a small bathroom. How far does the switch need to safely be from the shower?”