Welcome to Flinn Electric

Specializing in commercial and residential electric, CCTV, data, communications and fire alarm systems.

Flinn Electric is located in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia and services the greater Halifax Regional Municipality. We offer electrical services and sales for both commercial and residential clients. We also provide communications services, fire alarm systems, CCTV and data solutions. We preform new installations as well as upgrades and repairs to existing electrical systems.

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The Top 12 No-Hassle Ways to Save Electricity at Home

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The easiest way to save on your electrical bill is to get smart with how you use electricity. Make the smart choices below, and save up to $500 a year on your power bill! Turn off the lights – if you’re not using them, shut them off and save. Use natural lighting – South-facing windows provide especially great illumination throughout the day. Use lamps and task-lighting – If you’ve got lamps, track lighting or under-counter lighting, use it over the…

Top 8 Reasons to Switch To LED Lighting at Home

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The evolution of lighting has taken another giant leap forward with the introduction of LED bulbs. This old technology has been made new and effective recently with advances in technology. You may notice even the city has been upgrading and replacing streetlights with new, modern LED lights – something they never did with CFLs. If you’re home is still running CFLs or even incandescent bulbs – you’re living in the past! An expensive, inefficient past at that. Now is the…

Run Underground Power to a Shed

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Spring is in the air, and with it comes spring cleaning and spring projects! Many of which require electricity. Perhaps you want to setup a woodshop in your shed, or put a power post in your yard to plug in that whipper snipper. Today we’ll discuss properly running electrical power to your shed, or to a power post in your yard using rigid conduit lines. So throw away that extension cord (that you’ve mowed over several times) – and let’s…

We Are Proud Members Of The Following Associations

Construction Association Member

Nova Scotia Construction Safety Certified

Workers Compensation

Merit Nova Scotia

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