Reynolds Electric Inc

2 Hickory Dr. Kemptville
Ontario, K0G1J0


Area we Service

Kemptville – Oxford mills – Marrickville – Osgoode Manotick – Nepean – Orléans – Kanata – Stittsville  -Westboro

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Frequenly Asked Questions


A fuse and a circuit breaker both perform the same function of disrupting the flow of electricity when a fault is sensed. The only difference is that a fuse will have to be replaced once it has tripped, whereas a circuit breaker won’t need replacement. Due to this, circuit breakers are more common.

A “short” and “short circuit” describe the same problem. When a short circuit occurs, the electoral wire comes into contact with the neutral or grounded conductor wire and excessive heat is generated. If you see sparks in your electrical panel, this may indicate a short circuit. If this occurs, you should call an electrician immediately for assistance.

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 A GFCI outlet is designed to protect you from electrical shock when moisture or water is present. You can identify a GFCI outlet by the two buttons on the face of the outlet. One button reads “test” and the other reads “reset.” The “test” button will cause the GFCI outlet to trip, or turn off, and the “reset” button will reset, or turn the power back on. If the outlet will not reset when the “reset” button has been pressed, then a problem may exist, and you will need the help of an electrician. 

If you have reset circuits, only to have the breaker trip again, it is likely that you have a more serious problem that needs to be addressed by a qualified electrician. Possibly caused by Overloaded ciruit or possible a loose connection.

What Is The Difference Between Conventional Circuit Breakers And AFCI?

Conventional circuit breakers only respond to overloads and short circuits. They do not protect against arcing conditions that produce erratic and often reduced currents. AFCI stands for Arc-Fault Circuit Interrupter. AFCIs are designed to protect against fires caused by arcing faults in electrical wiring. AFCIs are required in the Canada for residential Outlets .

Below are the areas we service:

Kemptville – Oxford mills – Marrickville – Osgoode Manotick – Nepean – Orléans – Kanata – Stittsville  -Westboro