About Moore Electrique Ltee.
Over 45 years of highly-skilled service
Moore Electrique has been a family business since 1968. Servicing montreal and all the surrounding areas. As members of the corporation of master electricians of Quebec (CMEQ), RBQ and CCQ we are fully licensed,insured and bonded to handle any job. Whether it’s a residential renovation, commercial service even new construction we are ready to help you through your next project. All of our technicians will treat your home or office as if it was one of their own.
With over 45 years in the industry we are proud to say we have seen it all.
President and Owner of Moore Electrique, Jeffrey Deskin has been a licensed electrician since 1979. Having grown up in the Montreal area Jeffrey was always intrigued by electricity. Moore Electrique has always been a family business, it started back in 1968 by Al Moore who then handed the business to his son Howard. After a short battle with cancer Howie passed away. Jeffrey then realized what an opportunity he had in front of him. He could be the owner of an already established electrical company. He went to write his master electrician exams in 1995. In 2004 his son Jordan joined the company and has been taught by his father. Being a family business for almost 50 years we treat all our customers as family.
Frequently Asked Questions
Aluminum wiring was used in the 1970’s for a very brief period time. Aluminum wiring was being pushed for sale without having been tested fully. As a more malleable metal aluminum has the tendency to weaken at the connection point. However it is safe as long as it is inspected and treated by a professional. Since aluminum wiring was pulled off the shelf in the late ’70s it has made its return to the market but only in larger gauges.
Everyone is always looking to save some $$$. This is a very common question. One of the biggest improvements anyone can make is to replace your old rotary thermostats to programmable thermostats. This way you can automatically lower the temperature when you’re not home.
Upon arriving on site we quickly told the customer that we are not allowed to make any modifications on such an electrical system. Many insurance companies refuse to give insurance policies if knob and tube is present. Our immediate recommendation would be to consider upgrading your electrical system. Yes it can be a very costly job but knowing your house is safe is our peace of mind.