Where Is Emergency Lighting Required?

In this article, the team of qualified electricians at Powertec Electric explains the places where emergency lighting is required. Under 29 CFR (Code of Federal Regulation) 1910.34(c) OSHA defines ‘an exit route’ as, ‘an unobstructed and continuous exit travel path...

5 Indications of Electric Problems

From flickering lights to unusual problems with your outlets, if you have any of the following 5 indications of electrical issues in your house, immediately contact a qualified electrician Winnipeg at Powertec Electric for professional help! Outlet Issues If any of...

Rover Station

Long-time readers of the blog will know about our obsession with Canada’s aging electric infrastructure. In many parts of Canada, the biggest boom in electricity occured in the 60s and 70s, but Winnipeg had it’s own electrical boom in the early 20th century, when we...

Power Generators for Cabins

There’s something incredibly idyllic about a cabin, out in the woods, isolated from the rest of the world. A chance to get out on pristine lakes and go fishing, a chance to hike through the wilderness. Why this image is so beautiful, it’s hard to say – perhaps...